Raviraj Mishra, born in Pune, India is a writer and an entrepreneur. He is the author of the book - The Feeling of Being Loved. He prefers writing and reading fiction. He enjoys creating characters and building up a story around them. He has written around 40 articles which are available on his blog www.ravirajmishra.com, out of which he has published 11 selected articles in his first book - 11 Stories. After which he wrote his first fiction novel - The Feeling of Being Loved.
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Raviraj Mishra, born in Pune, India is a writer and an entrepreneur. He is the author of the book - The Feeling of Being Loved. He started writing when he was 12 years of age and soon he developed a habit of reading stories and creating one for himself.
He started blogging from 2014. His blog mostly consisted of short stories or dramatic scenes. He wrote more than 50 short stories and poems before he started working on his first book - The Feeling of Being Loved.
Being a newbie in the publishing world he decided to publish a short book of his 11 selected stories for an experience. The book was called '11 Stories - Stories of Love, Life and Everything'. It was published in June 2019 and after 5 months, he published his first full novel "The Feeling of Being Loved"
The Feeling of Being Loved is a story of Shruti, a software engineer who had a wish to be truly loved by someone. In her journey, she had two companions - Meera and her talking rational mind. Her idea of love and respect guides her to take some strong decisions. The feeling of being loved is the story of those rational decisions taken by a distracted mind to make things alright.
The Feeling of Being Loved
The Book is available across the world through some major sellers like Amazon, Flipkart, Kindle, smashwords and Google books.
He aspires to become a great author, creating some great stories for everyone who loves books and stories.
She was in pain, I could see a tear drop rolling down her cheek. She was silent and her eyes were close but I know she was crying, more from her heart than from her eyes. Her heart was affected by the tremendous amount of pain brought to her. She attempted a suicide by drinking dettol when she was conscious, she did it just because she wanted to end every pain she was surviving but she failed. Doctors treated her and gave all the necessary medication so that she could sleep and eventually recover from every pain, but medicine could only cure her physical illness, her mental illness was with her even when she was walking out of the hospital to her home-the most safest place she could consider in this universe. I tried talking to her but everytime she saw me she was afraid. I went to her house but her father said " We dont want to become a news item". That made me feel guilty. After giving a lot of explaination to my mind I concluded that I would not write anything about her i