‘Yes, I’m Mad: The Mystery of The Widow Queen’ begins with a co-incidence, a matter of perfect timing, and ends with the spice of a heart break. It is about a craving for love which ultimately proves valueless for that lovely heart. It may be a story for the reader or a matter of business for the publisher or a game of profit or loss for the seller. But if someone asks the author what this story means to him, his answer is, with an expression of frivolity and a smile on his face, that this story is an excellent collection of words that represent the sobbing end of a faithful love and a fine articulation of the author’s pain; a perfect salt incarnation of a great story.
The author of this book, Amit Kumar Patra, is a naive, innocent in the cause of modesty, humble and patient person, who is okay with making mistakes and happy to face failure, always. He is 26 years old and hails from Jaypore, a small town of dist. Koraput, of state Odisha. The author aims to be an ideal citizen of his country, India. He maintains that one way to prosper that thought is to follow his love for collecting words and converting them into a stream of emotions to entertain every beautiful mind that likes sharing ideas. He dedicates this book to all those faithful people who believed in him and his dreams.