Surbhi Sareen is a chirpy, bubbly girl who hails from Jalandhar, Punjab. Being a Punjabi, she values her relations. She is a pluviophile and loves to be around nature. She is pursuing Honours School in English 3rd year from Doaba College. Her professional background includes her contributions in various book reviews for various authors on her blog and she also got published in the books like Turning Point of Life, Case Files of the Dead, Love-A Sweet Poison, Book of Dreams and Crush2. Her book review was once published in Aagman- A Literary Magazine by Sanmati Publishers. Further, she has given her story contributions in Literary Journal named Aesthetica. Not only this, she has edited some stories of Turning Point of Life and a novella which will be in markets soon.
Apart from this, she loves writing scripts. Her most famous script is of ‘A Cup of Tea’ which was converted from a short story and it has been performed and appreciated. Surbhi loves photography, painting and hair styling. These things make her feel good about herself.
She has a library in her house which has all sorts of books ranging from Classics to Contemporaries to Victorians to Moderns. Her favourite books include Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle, Colour Purple by Alice Walker, Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri, Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore, Life is What You Make It by Preeti Shenoy, Till the Last Breath by Durjoy Dutta, You are the PAssword of my Life by Sudeep NAgarkar, The Monk who Sold His Ferrari by RObin Sharma and the list is never ending.
Surbhi can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com