Ctrl Z (Nonstop Ramblings Book 1)

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  • 72 pages
  • Ctrl Z (Nonstop Ramblings Book 1)
  • Shabana Mukhtar
  • English
  • 08 March 2019

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Ctrl Z (Nonstop Ramblings Book 1) Haven T You Wished That You Could Reverse Your Actions And Words Haven T You Wished You Had Reacted Differently Haven T You Wished To Change Something Or Erase Something In This Short Book, I Have Shared Those Events, Incidents, Memories Etcetera That I Have Sort Of Regretted Or Want To Undo All Of Us Have Thought Of Pressing Ctrl Z In Real Life At Least Once And That Is Precisely Why I Feel You Should Read It It Is A Short Book And Doesn T Take Much Of Your Time Anyway

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5 thoughts on “Ctrl Z (Nonstop Ramblings Book 1)

  1. Shabana Mukhtar says:

    Intro Move around, make room and pay attention, please coz I got something to say.After drowning in the sea of self doubt I recover and bounce back with another short book.Ctrl Z That Life Doesn t Have Non Stop Ramblings 1 Does the title intrigue you Thanks Check out the book description for details, please.I am a software engineer We don t duplicate code, we make it reusable and refer it elsewhere D Review Na ve should be my middle name It s a collection of essays I recall some of the events of my life that I want to undo and the lessons that I learned It was supposed to be a personal writing, just like everything else I write DBut nothing stops me from publishing it and putting a price on it If you re interested in reviewing it, PM me for a pdf copy Cheers.

  2. Joshua Grant says:

    We all have those things in our lives we wish we could go back and change Shabana Mukhtar revisits some of her regrets in Ctrl Z This somewhat listful memoir is interesting to me because it covers an aspect of life we often try to avoid This one s good for anyone looking for a little self reflection and validation that others experience challenges similar to our own.

  3. S.U. Ramesh says:

    It s a quick read a gentle trip down nostalgia lane than a sharp curve around regretville I liked the little snipptes from life It felt honest and real, and there were quite a few which were relatable I enjoyed the parody song, and extra points for mentioning one of my favourite and frankly underrated movies All in all, the book will remind you of your childhood and make you wish you could relive it again.

  4. Neha says:

    it is funny i remamber my childhood also.ctrl z should be there.