About the book:
THE BLEND OF THE REAL AND IMAGINATION is a collection of varied emotions flowing from the heart of a poet experiencing different stages of life in real and in her imagination. It carries the emotions of every human in the form of love, passion, boldness defeating the stigmas of the society, pain, motivation, humour and poetry as a life. The book is an attempt to project the beauty of micro poems with different forms of poetry such as Haiku and Senryu which are the popular styles of Japanese Poetry. The poetry presented in the book can be felt as a life story expressed with deep emotions exhibiting the real and carrying you to the land of Imagination.
The author of Love Remains Undefined and Making Impossible Possible, Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva serves as Skills and Language Trainer, an NLP Practitioner, author, an international poet, motivational speaker and the Chief Editor of Damick Publication. Mousumi Kalita Sachdeva is known as the students’ friend by all.
She has been training and teaching in many institutions in various parts of India. Known for her proficiency in English, she has established herself as a writer contributing in many Newspapers, Magazines and Anthologies. She has edited many books and has contributed to National and International Anthologies such as Zindagi Rewind, That Friend of Mine, The 13 Alphabet E Magazine, Spilling Essences, Voyage, I am a Woman, Flames and many are on the way. She has been awarded the excellence trophy of Best Author (2017-18) by Indian Awaaz and has been nominated again for the Best Authorship Award (2018) among the 100 aspiring Authors. Her views can be read in the two very popular newspapers ‘Daily Excelsior’ and ‘Early Times’ of Jammu and Kashmir.
Life is a travel for her and her career is filled with teaching, training, social service and attending and delivering training workshops at various universities, colleges and organizations.
You can contact her through her email: email@example.com and catch her Facebook Page ‘The Blend of the real and Imagination.’