Thirty-five year old, Michael lives alone in a beach house in the coastal city of Shells. No one knows about his past. He lives an isolated life, hardly interacting with anyone in the town. He is the town’s mystery man.
Twenty-five-year-old Sara is a paraplegic who had lost her legs in a deadly accident. Her body although confined to the wheelchair, her mind free as a bird.
Destiny brings the two together in a beautiful encounter at the beach in Shells. Michael finds Sara as a welcoming distraction in his other wise disturbed life. He eventually begins to grow fond of her. Sara too enjoys Michael’s company who treats her indifferently, in spite of her condition.
Things seem to work out between the two, until one day Sara learns about Michael’s past. Their worlds are shaken.
Will Sara understand Michael’s plight? Will Michael finally find peace in his life? Will they be able to put the past behind them and move on in life?
An unusual story, that will surely make you believe in second chances and beautiful serendipities.
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Ashwini Shenoy is an electronics engineer by profession and a writer by passion. She is a fervent reader of Indian mythology and history. She is currently pursuing a diploma in creative writing through IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University). She also holds a Master’s degree in VLSI Design and Bachelor’s in Electronics & Communication. She wrote her first story at the age of eight and has been writing ever since. Her story Small Town Girl –a work in progress, has already garnered eyeballs on the Wattpad platform – a global community of readers and storytellers, hooked through the power of the story. Her short story named Serendipity was published recently through Amazon. The story speaks about love, forgiveness and inspiration. Ashwini does her best writing on a nearly 75-year-old study table and experiments across different genres, the latest being Indian mythological fiction. She believes in bringing into the limelight some of the most underrated yet pivotal characters that offer you an exclusive standpoint of their roles.
A glimpse into her personal life:
Ashwini is the only child to her parents. Born in the coastal city of South India, Mangalore, Ashwini lived there until she was eight. Owing to her father’s transferable job, her schooling was done in Mangalore, Mumbai and Bangalore. She is fluent in four languages- Konkani, Kannada, Hindi and English. As a student, she has also studied Sanskrit and Marathi.
Apart from her passion for writing, she is also keen about photography and oil painting.