I Me and Her Forever

Smriti Publishers
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"How it feels to be a bachelor? What all a guy does in social networking sites? How do cell phones and social networking sites play a role in the life of every teenage boy or girl? 
Well if you’re thinking why I am telling you this, then let me tell you, I, Me & Her Forever is about these things.
It’s a tale about crushes, flings, love, relationships and break ups. What goes in the mind of a boy or a girl when they are about to get commited? What all they do when they are in a relationship? Love turns into madness and obsession.

I, Me & Her Forever is the story of Abhishek and Meghna, who were friends for some time and then it turned into serious love. Utterly serious!!! How much serious you will get to know by reading the book, though it was somewhat indifferent of Abhishek, because he was the one against relationships. But you know love is love. It is like gravity. It is inevitable. " 

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About the author

 Pritam Banerjee is 20 years old, born on 3rd July, 1993. He lives in Kolkata with his parents and currently he is in second year pursuing BTech in Aeronautical Engineering from The Aeronautical Society of India (AeSI). Being a successful person, a writer and a musician are few of his dreams.

He is a voracious reader. He loves cooking. Paneer makhani andmurg masala korma are his speciality dishes. Listening to old Hindi songs, reading love stories and playing mobile games are his favourite free timework. He is also a musician (Bisharad inTabla) from Lucknow gharana, a cricketer and a quizzard. I, Me & Her Forever is his debut novel.

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Smriti Publishers
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Published on
Aug 31, 2016
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Fiction / General
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