Soul-Mates
Simmer Bhatia

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This story is based on true incidents. It’s the 14 year old journey of a woman “Kudrat”, in which 4 life changing relationships happen with her. From love marriage to arrange marriage to an unnamed relationship to understanding and meeting her soul- mate, which she attracts as a writer in her pre- written scripts along her journey…not aware that it would actually attract in her real life….

It has today’s relationship issues and mindsets, black-magic , sex , friendship, insecurities etc woven into the format of a screen play. From getting married to her first love to then going through a nervous breakdown and getting a selective memory loss to finally understanding what a “soul- mate” companion connection is which leads her to yet another journey in the second book . This is a trilogy.

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pandustar

The manuscript certainly needs editing. The story seems to be written without keeping in mind the rules of writing. This would work if the written product would actually be presented nicely, however this falls flat. Another negative is that the characters are not built up with any flesh- they seem like just names being used to piece together the story.
The other issue is the tense. Is it past, present, future, future past??
I am thoroughly confused and I feel so will others also.

Apr 06 '15
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shivani

i like the story part..but i think grammer part is not strong enough

Mar 19 '15
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Suman Chhabria Addepalli

The book soulmates has a very attractive title and cover, but needs editing for grammar. I feel the author has written it at a very two dimensional level, and it looks like a conversation she is having wherein she is narrating an encounter to a friend. There are no layers and description in the book which held my interest, and while I am interested in knowing what happens next, I also feel it is predictable. If some work is put into the writing, it could be a promising publish.

Mar 02 '15
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Deepak Kaul

The first chapter is 2 pages. Kudrat and Gautam's meeting is stereo type and uninteresting, but maybe thats real life. I could not get past 5 pages. Maybe it was the screen play writing style.

Feb 25 '15
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deepika mann

Very interesting plot and definately deserves to be published

Feb 17 '15
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Yuti Shah

The concept of the story is amazing, and if gets published i will definitely read it. All the best

Feb 04 '15
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Jan 24 '15
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BALA PRATIP RAJ.V

Its amazing to read this manuscript. I loved it and Author's writing style makes me get attached more to the script. I love it and I look forward to read further

Jan 16 '15
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Niyati Shinde

Although the storyline is good, it seems like the actual story was written in a hurry. A bit abrupt. Adding more descriptions might help... Good luck :-)

Jan 13 '15
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Ameeta Anand

Extremely interesting story. It has completely gripped my attention and I'm waiting to read what happens further to these characters. Looking forward to reading more by the author.

Jan 07 '15
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Rajshree Chauhan

The story has the potential, it has the freshness. I'm sure it'll be a hit if it is written all over again, in a different way. It seems like the author had this story in mind and she wanted to finish writing as soon as she could. Would like to read the book if published after thorough editing. All the best!

Jan 05 '15
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Aviral Singh

The narration of the story, it seems, has been done in such haste that it feels like a daily soap watched in fast forward. Although there were certain interesting points peppered in the story, the use of cliched adverbs and abrupt start and end of the sentences tested my patience. As a reader one looks forward to reading a story spun in such an immaculate way that the narration surpass the content or the main stream of the story. A good writer writes about simple stuff and yet he writes it in such a way that the reader, despite knowing what is going to happen in the next few lines, doesn't stop reading. One thing that was particularly disturbing was the missing punctuation marks and so very short sentences which made it difficult to differentiate between the actual story or the scene background. Further, I would like to add that the pace of the story is totally out of control, as a reader it becomes too much to imagine. The story is good, but the narration needs rework and needs to be rewritten, after which I believe it would be a joy to read. All the best..!!

Jan 02 '15
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Simmer Bhatia Follow

B.A in psychology, post graduation in psychotherapy, Pr & marketing /personal general counselor, Spiritual angel card reader, jewellery designer, writer.