[Blog Tour Review] A Journey To Yonder by Nidhi Kaur + Guest Post & Giveaway

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Disclosure: *I received a digital copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review and don’t mean to affect how I will read nor give my opinion about it. My opinion is mine and mine alone after reading the book. To Ms. Nidhi, thank you for sending me a copy of this book of yours as well as iRead Book Tours for choosing me to be a part of this book tour.

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A Journey to Yonder is the tale of one woman’s refusal to allow the challenges of her past to define her present. She grows up with a special needs sibling and loses her childhood home, and we then follow her through an abusive relationship and into the most unforgiving of human trials.

With experiences that leave you feeling so alone, how do you hold on to hope? How do you go on?

Nidhi Kaur’s compelling use of both poetry and prose intimately welcomes readers into this moving story of spiritual rediscovery. Poems are sprinkled throughout the story, guiding readers through intimate and stunning moments of truth. Kaur reminds us that if we offer our trust completely to God, we are never alone.

The author of the spiritual collection of poetry My Wedding with Truth, Nidhi Kaur once again delivers an emotionally enlightened journey through the human heart. Miracles can be seen everywhere in this world, and Kaur helps us remember to keep our eyes open in this riveting story of redemption.

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A heartfelt tale of one’s life journey in a spiritual and poetic narrative.

A Journey to Yonder by Nidhi Kaur is a soup for the soul. Once you got a taste of it, you’ll be stuff with a heartwarming and good story. I like the narration of it combined with beautiful snippets of poems that is truly a nice dynamics throughout the book. I read it in a good paced taking note some beautiful pieces of quotes which are too many just in this one book.

Having the setting in India, this story revolves around a woman that from her young years suffer a loss because of her brother’s burden on having the disability to hear like normal people, taking him away from them so he can have the education he deserved. Continues to her beloved grandmother and her only home she had. Her love story is much different as it blooms with such joy and taste of pain. I felt bad knowing she got a bad marriage and it is really too sad to see knowing she deserves a better one.

There is two partition in this book where the last part tackles how she got the strength to have a better outlook and new image on life. A quite emotional book you can have which uplifts your soul and heart. Love it. Way too good.

I guarantee you to have a perfect one when you think of reading this next with your list. A poetry book that pictures how life could be with so many challenges and struggles to reveal our own weaknesses and strengths in dealing it.

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Guest Post

Magic Happens To Those Who Believe

Magic is the manifestation of the most unexpected, wonderfully surprising event. During the writing of my books I have witnessed magic happening everyday in my life. The most prominent one was the reimbursement of the money I spent for publishing my first book.

After publishing my first book “My Wedding with Truth,” I bought several copies to give those out personally to people whom I felt would need the book. On top of that, I had been donating all royalty from book sales.

My family had definitely questioned my acts and wondered that I had gone crazy with my book and not spending money carefully. I told them with a firm belief that this book is not even my work, and it has happened to me miraculously, so the Universe will help in its own mystical way. And I added with a confidence that this money will be different from my regular salary, or bonus, for I know my salary is already meant for education of my kids, home mortgage, etc. Four months later got check as gift from a totally random law firm and was exactly the amount I had spent on my book. Magic!

I believe this marvel is available to everyone on this planet. If we keep our mind focused on our goal, clear all our self-doubts, and pay no attention to thoughts of failure, a genie will appear from out of the clouds and say, “Your wish is my command,” and do the magic in our life.


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Nidhi KaurNidhi Kaur

Nidhi Kaur is the author of My Wedding with Truth, a collection of inspirational poetry. After discovering the healing power of the written word, Kaur began exploring the power of the divine through her poems.

A Journey to Yonder combines prose and poetry to explore Kaur’s challenging trails of life and her search for miracles in every moment of time.

Kaur lives in Fremont, California, where she works as a software engineer.

nidhikaur.com

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Prizes: Win a paperback copy of A Journey to Yonder. Three winners will also get a $10 Amazon.com gift card (open internationally to wherever Amazon delivers – 5 winner total).

Ends Jan 27, 2018


Blog Tour Schedule

Jan 3 –   Library of Clean Reads – review / giveaway

Jan 4 –   The Inked In Book Blog – review / giveaway

Jan 5 –   Descendant of Poseidon Reads – review / guest post / giveaway

Jan 8 –   A Mama’s Corner of the World – review / giveaway

Jan 9 –   Book Reviews @Athena – review / guest post

Jan 10 – Bound 4 Escape – review / giveaway

Jan 11 – Working Mommy Journal – review / giveaway

Jan 12 – Jessica Cassidy – review / giveaway

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