Book Title: Finding Your G-Spot in Life
Author: Geetika Saigal
Total Number of Pages: 192
Publisher: Invincible Publishers
Publication Date: 29th April
I have never been a fan of self-help or motivational books because at a point, all of them seem to “preach” the same things over and over again and another reason would be because I can’t relate to them in any way. I have read my fair share of motivational books but eh, the motivation was only short-lived. I have a love-hate relationship with non-fiction as whole anyway.
But I took my chances with Geetika Saigal’s ‘Finding Your G-Spot in Life’ and I wasn’t disappointed. Steering away from the conventional ways of writing a self-help book, Geetika has written about her own life experiences and she has given all the details from her childhood to adulthood. This book talks about how Geetika made a decision of living a miraculous life despite all the obstacles and the difficulties she had to face in her life.
‘Finding Your G-spot in Life’ isn’t preachy nor is it a book where the author is “telling” you to do a list of things to make your life more meaningful. Geetika shows how it’s done.
The book is divided into four parts and each chapter comes with a ‘Do-It-Yourself’ exercise. In the first part, I got to see so much of Geetika’s vulnerability and later on I could see her growing and becoming stronger in each phase of her life. The Do-It-Yourself chapters would help us analyse who we are and what’s our purpose in life but they are presented in a very informal way.
The language is very simple and the author has approached the narrative in a very friendly way. She jokes, quotes some of her thoughts which are very relatable but never really advices the readers what they should do and that’s what I felt was the biggest plus point of the book. She shows us how to do it and what could be done to make our life more meaningful.
The title of the book is very quirky but it fits perfectly with the content and the theme of the book. The writing style is very casual and it felt as if I am listening to a friend talking to me.
I really loved this book given that I had decided to not read any more self-help books. This 190 something pages left such a positive impact on me than any other books that I have read of this genre. There were a few errors here and there but they can be easily overlooked.
If you are someone like me who doesn’t like self-help books or you think that they have got the same advices written over them, I recommend you to pick this book. You won’t be disappointed.
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