Book Title: A Journey to Yonder by Nidhi Kaur Category: Adult Non-Fiction, 130 pages Genre: Memoir / Poetry Publisher: Independent (Createspace) Release date: September 2017 Format available for review: print & ebook (gifted Kindle copy) Will send print books to: USA & Canada Tour dates: Jan 3 to 19, 2017 Content Rating: R (for explicit sex scenes written poetically and in good taste)
A Journey to Yonder is the tale of one woman’s refusal to allow the challenges of her past to define her present. She grows up with a special needs sibling and loses her childhood home, and we then follow her through an abusive relationship and into the most unforgiving of human trials.
With experiences that leave you feeling so alone, how do you hold on to hope? How do you go on?
Nidhi Kaur’s compelling use of both poetry and prose intimately welcomes readers into this moving story of spiritual rediscovery. Poems are sprinkled throughout the story, guiding readers through intimate and stunning moments of truth. Kaur reminds us that if we offer our trust completely to God, we are never alone.
The author of the spiritual collection of poetry My Wedding with Truth, Nidhi Kaur once again delivers an emotionally enlightened journey through the human heart. Miracles can be seen everywhere in this world, and Kaur helps us remember to keep our eyes open in this riveting story of redemption.
Nidhi Kaur is the author of My Wedding with Truth, a collection of inspirational poetry. After discovering the healing power of the written word, Kaur began exploring the power of the divine through her poems.
A Journey to Yonder combines prose and poetry to explore Kaur’s challenging trails of life and her search for miracles in every moment of time.
Kaur lives in Fremont, California, where she works as a software engineer.
One of the things that first drew my attention to this book was the inclusion of a special needs sibling in the book. As an after school counselor for children with special needs I was interested in the way a sibling without special needs would respond to their sibling with special needs. It is the aspect of the book that I found enlightening as I felt like I learned about how a sibling relationship can really work when one sibling has special needs.