Ink love by Nisha Sawant #bookreview #authorinterview

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Many thanks to Bluerose publisher via @_ashrafia_ for providing me this book in return for honest review.

🌟🌟🌟🌟.5 stars
Inklove is a collection of narrative poems based on millennial love. It is an expression of mixed feelings. The narrator is stuck in the middle of her mind, heart and body and the influence around her is embraced with the traditional way of making love and being loved. The narrator is not very traditional when it comes to making love, she wants to be with someone and she ends up being with someone else. Her heart is not willing to reveal something that she hides. Her mind is exhausted in frustration of not being able to be who she is and her body wants to dominate its own fantasy. So, what should the narrator do in such situation? Allow the heart to reveal its truth or be exhausted forever or let the body dominate?
About The Author:
Nisha Sawant is a young poet, song writer, and musician. She started writing poems at a very young age; it was more like expressing feelings through rhythmic words rather than talking. As she grew up she evolved as a guitarist and started working with various recording studios. Currently, she is a full time Music Teacher and a session guitarist. She always wanted to write complex narrative poems and with Inklove it is like her first dream changing into reality.

Poem does touch our heart and if its love poem it refresh all those past memories .

This book is also a love poem about a girl who is describing her love to her ex -lover when she is with someone else . She want to be with him but situation is not allowing her even thought she does not care about social norms she had little bit of fear about that person . Will he accept her ?

Various line touches my heart also ,some of them are as follows:-

I need your time now,
Time is stubborn
It’s not allowing me.
I will wait patiently
And convince the time.

Through this line we can she how much she craves to meet him , how much she loves him but time is being a bitch in her life.

If someone asks me about us
I will never abuse it
By calling it a friendship.
I will rather say
It’s something special
Which they can’t understand
Coz they never experienced.

Through this line we can understand how much she respect her relationship with him.

There is not always
Love in love,
Love also has jealously
Love also has insecurity.

This line clearly depict how relationship works.

It’s nice to know you
Love me
But if you seriously do,
Then who am I to you?
Your best friend
Your Just friend
Your lust friend
Your trust friend
Your which friend
A bitch friend?
Suckers are sucking
Fuckers are fucking
But quiet ones are
Crying silently

This is truth in some relation .

These poems are divided into various chapters like heart , How would I explain this experience? , the mind , without you, the grey zone , the body, revealing.

These poems clearly depict her want , pain , her experience, joy , eagerness ,problems in relationship , her anger, frustration, overcoming of her sexuality .

Language is lucid and very painful but I think I will read this book once again .

At the end being true to yourself is what gives
peace to your soul.


About The Author:
Nisha Sawant is a young poet, song writer, and musician. She started writing poems at a very young age; it was more like expressing feelings through rhythmic words rather than talking. As she grew up she evolved as a guitarist and started working with various recording studios. Currently, she is a full time Music Teacher and a session guitarist. She always wanted to write complex narrative poems and with Inklove it is like her first dream changing into reality.

Author interview

1)How do you select the names of your characters?

In my book, I have not mentioned character names.

2)How many hours a day do you write?

Mostly one and half hour.

3)What period of your life do you find you write about most often? (child, teenager, young adult)

Teenager and young adult

4)What’s your favourite book ?

My recent favorite book is by Atticus – The truth about Magic

5)What do you edit out of your book?

Formatting of the book.

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