A Spiritual Dramedy ‘IT DOESN’T HURT TO BE NICE’ by Amisha Sethi
‘IT DOESN’T HURT TO BE NICE’ a book by a marketing and business professional turned author Amisha Sethi is about to be unveiled. This book is open for pre-orders on Amazon.in. The book being published by Srishti Publishers is a first-of-its-kind genre fiction, claims the release shared with LiteraryYard.com. The book is priced at Rs. 175/- but amazon.in buyers will get with 25% discount which means you can pre-order it for just Rs. 130/- along with author’s signatures.
Claimed to be a dramedy, this book is a spiritual drama with sprays of comedy. The release further underlines that the book beautifully rediscovers spirituality with a pinch of salt and humour. “It’s a story of a young woman and her hilarious, dramatic and enthralling experiences to understand the ultimate purpose of her life, which is – to be a better human with each passing day. In the book, teachings of ancient scriptures and global philosophers are transcended in the simplest form to touch many lives in a funtainment way,” further states the press release.
‘IT DOESN’T HURT TO BE NICE’ is scheduled to be released in September 2015. The publisher further claims that the book grabbed eyeballs on Amazon and good orders.
Amisha Sethi has worked with leading companies like BlackBerry, Airtel and AirAsia in leadership positions. She has been quoted saying in the statement, “This book is dedicated to the divinity of every single person I have met in my life. I hope to live up to everyone’s expectations and if by reading this book even if one person gets positively impacted, I will be smiling bright.”
“Srishti has worked for two decades with the belief that everyone has a story to tell, and ensures to give debut authors the platform they need. Amisha’s book is unlike any other. The simplicity of the content, garnished with the strong undercurrent of spirituality, and beautifully served with humour. Since today’s youth is rediscovering spirituality, this book is like a breath of fresh air. And Amisha personifies all that she talks about in the book, making the content more relevant and realistic”, commented Arup Bose from Srishti Publishers.