About the author: Kangana Mittal is a nineteen-year-old author from Delhi, India.
You might think that stories or poems are just a fragment of your imagination, but she thinks that it is something bigger than that, a world away from your own where imagination is reality, and your stories reflect you in one way or the other.
You can often see this young author taking pictures of the sky and pondering on all the best things in life while getting lost in her own world to beautiful tunes.
Kangana fell in love with writing at the age of 11 and she hasn’t looked back ever since.
She is an advocate of living in the moment and enjoys the aftertaste of her experiences in the poems she writes where she doesn’t forget to catch just what one needs to remember and store it away in her inked heart forever.
About the book: "The Martyr Of Malice" by Kangana Mittal takes us inside the hidden chamber of human minds. This book speaks for the people who were bruised and broke down but never got help. In these past two years, a lot of people recognized the plight of their minds, the importance of their mental health and the need to face it. They say it's hard to meet new people and make new friends but what do you do when you're really just meeting yourself now after years of living in this body and you don't necessarily like it? You learn to tolerate your presence, you learn to enjoy your company and eventually, you learn to love yourself. So, this is for the warriors that came out victorious and the ones who went down fighting. The author has inked beautiful verses of poetry to talk about the dreaded mental health disorders and the overwhelming aftermath that is the journey of recovery.
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