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‘My Black Rose’: An Ode To Hope

Author Deblina Bhattacharya successfully released her 2nd book, ‘My Black Rose’ at just 22 years of age. Published by Mithaas Publishers, her latest work acts as a window to Deblina’s incredible life journey, where she went through various highs and lows. Her poems talk about how she fought & moved forward in spite of enduring failures & how she used the same to remain motivated.

Deblina’s latest poetry collection has been well received by her audience, who are all raving praises at how the author managed to deliver such depth, yet kept it simple with her words throughout the book.

‘My Black Rose,’ in its essence, frames the truth about life, which basically is a journey filled with failures and obstacles, but the only way to move is forward. Each poem manages to effortlessly stitch various chapters in Deblina’s life that made her the optimistic individual she is now.

“The simplest way to describe my book would be picturing it as a rendition of hope,” explains the author. Being no stranger to struggles herself, Bhattacharya realised that it would only be right to return the best she could to all those who showed her immense support from the very beginning. “I have noticed that there are so many people in our lives that deal with enough burdens on a daily basis, which is understandably overwhelming. With ‘My Black Rose,’ I wish to show my reader what a powerful thing hope is and how it can keep pushing you forward even when you’re going through the toughest of times.”

Deblina realised that she could continue inspiring many after the brilliant success of her maiden publication ‘Knots.’ Armed with a brazen attitude, she is set to face the world and whatever challenge it offers. The simple yet heart-touching writing in ‘Knots’ showed the readers what it means to be loving and empathetic and encouraged goodness in them.

Deblina believes her greatest passion is fighting mental health issues and all the unnecessary stigma that surrounds it. Writing is one of the mediums through which she chooses to fight this battle. “I may just have started my career as an author, but I hope to continue to do the same. In fact, I plan to release a novel soon,” she revealed.

Deblina hadn’t always considered having a career in writing. That was until age 16 when she discovered that she could channel her talent into this profession. She has been working extremely hard to achieve this goal of hers. “I think of writing as a way to express all that I feel. Through my writing, I am able to present my readers with my honest self rather than a version of myself. My only hope is that through this, I will build the trust of my readers so that they may find acceptance in themselves as well.”

Deblina’s unwavering strength & willpower continue to inspire many who are of her age. Her choice to voice out her struggles as well as be the voice for those who are unable to do so reminds the people around her that they are not alone in this fight.

Deblina continues to work around the taboos that surround mental health and constantly explains to society how situations like these are nobody’s fault. During these trying times, we need books like ‘My Black Rose’ that show the struggles yet fills the reader with light, laughter & hope.

To know more about Deblina Bhattacharya, and purchase a copy of ‘My Black Rose’ visit: bit.ly/MyBlackRose



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