Amazon India’s best-selling novelist Priyadeep Kaur released her latest book ‘Mostly Normal’ which creates conversation around differently abled and those in their families.
This inspirational novelist already created a lot of buzz around youngsters for her other books, Million of Faces in a Face, Oscar for loving, Grammy for not! And Millions of faces. Also, she was recognized for her previous works by the Prime Minister, and she is back with another striking novel based on her own experiences, being a sister of a sibling with a neurological disorder.
Mostly Normal was released on 26th September 2022 and is still ranked #1 Amazon Bestseller category after several days after its official release.
Apart from the rankings, Mostly Normal is getting amazing and emotional responses from her readers who are touched by the book Mostly Normal as it reveals the journey of acceptance towards disabilities and encouragement to take responsibility for people with special needs.
Priyadeep Kaur’s book has been reviewed that it presents a wide world to the readers as it definitely opens up an entire new world and a new phase to the readers. The struggle is real and so is the author’s experience to make this book worth reading.
It is said that the book speaks a lot of emotions that too in great depth. It reflects the pain, grief, frustrations, hope, optimism, inspiration, kindness, and togetherness of a family with a child with special needs experiences. The letters to the brother also speak a lot about the author’s life, her special moments, her success, bumps on the roads and more.
“I am lucky enough that I am trying to inspire people from too little things,” tells Priyadeep Kaur, who is awarded with Uttar Pradesh Gaurav 2016, Atal Sammaan 2018, She has also been awarded by Women’s Film Forum for her work in Creative film production by Mr Sandeep Marwah at Noida Film City.
Priyadeep Kaur is emerging as one of the richest young voices in Indian contemporary writing. Being a well-established writer, writing about important issues, brings a radical change in the Indian literary scene. For her efforts, she has been awarded with the title of Shaan-e-Kashi by the Indian Association of Journalists.