It All Started When I Logged In

Smriti Publishers
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Every girl wishes to fall in love… all that you need to do is identify the sparkle in their eyes and the smile in their face when they think about their dream boy. Some tries to find love in their best friend and some loves their parents more. For some love is hatred and for some this is something you cannot live without. One way or the other its only love that revolves in their mind and everyone falls for it and Asmi was no exception.

She was a sweet girl born and brought up in a middle class family in a small town of Jamshedpur who knew her limitations but got drifted away as soon as she made her orkut account. Just like every other teenager she felt lonely and the only solution to it was her broadband connection. 

She eventually fell for a guy named Ayan and as the time passed by their relationship intensified. She went through all odds of her life to finally unfurl what was there in the womb of nature. 

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Suruchi Roy was born on 2nd January 1992, the oldest of two sisters and one brother. Her dad is an engineer posted as an AGM in BHEL and her mom runs her own boutique in Jamshedpur.

She completed my 21 years and recently she is pursuing BTech in Computer Science discipline from NIST in Odisha. Her interest lies in the field of literature. Apart from reading novels and writing stories, she often loves listening to music. She has written an article for biannual magazine of her college namely “NISTIAN” and got good remarks from her friends.

She has done the course of flyers organized by British council in the school level certified with the vantage course offered by Cambridge University. She had been writing short stories right from when she was in school but this is her first attempt to write a novel. 

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Smriti Publishers
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Published on
Aug 31, 2016
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Pages
121
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Language
English
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Fiction / General
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