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My Love is Not Fragile (The Trilogy Book of Apology)

Press Release: January 25, 2021

SOMEWHERE AT THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WORLD, THERE IS LOVE – AND I FOUND IT. BUT ALONG WITH IT, THERE IS PARTING – AND IT HAPPENED.

This is based on the true story of the author’s journey to finding love for the very first time. Coming from a conservative culture, the author embarks on a journey in another country. Her youth was taken away by the country she keeps trying to be suited to. As a grown-up adult, she falls in love unexpectedly with a local. However, when coronavirus introduced its danger to humanity, she lost her job and eventually lost the person she only cared about.

MY LOVE IS NOT FRAGILE consists of three books – LOVE, LOSS, and PAIN.

In the Book of Love, the author displays the beauty of falling in love in an unexpected manner. From trying to stop the undesired feeling of stopping to hide it, the author writes the significant emotions one feels while experiencing it. Moreover, the overwhelming joy once a feeling is reciprocated highly exhibits in the book.

As the author writes, sometimes, in the greatness of love, there is parting, the Book of Loss expresses the unanticipated emotions one feels when losing someone. Love can be so beautiful but, sometimes, being separated from someone means demise. Coping with loneliness and isolation, the author puts the noteworthy realizations brought by the situation.

The Last Book in the Trilogy is about Pain. The author demonstrates how inevitable pain is when losing someone. However, the book also shows the importance of creativity and strength a person is forced to have when being left behind.

MY LOVE IS NOT FRAGILE is dedicated to the person; the author once met fortuitously. Unfortunately, the person no longer exists. Thus, the book is a reminiscence to once a beautiful story.

 

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