Hey Dad! Meet My Mom


         Right since childhood, the world in which we live teaches us to bury our ‘bad’ past somewhere deep inside us and just move on.So deep, that even we can’t possibly dig it back out.

What happens when a 10 year old child, who claims to be your future son, comes to you to help you find his mother, who’s your perfect match? What happens when you eventually start doubting his intentions? What happens when a girl starts turning your dreams into nightmares? What happens when your ‘future son’ starts haunting you? What happens when your FUTURE starts bleeding into your PRESENT through your PAST? ‘Hey Dad! Meet My Mom!!!’ is nothing less than a roller coaster ride of mystery, love, comedy, fear and suspense. So make sure you don’t forget to expect the unexpected!!



Sandeep Sharma (21), a dreamer from Agra, the city of love
and the Taj Mahal, is currently in his final year pursuing B.
Tech (Civil Engineering) from JSS Academy of Technical
Education, Noida.
He is very passionate about writing and has been writing short
stories for a personal blog since 5 years. He has also co-founded
‘The Author’s Blog’ which is a kind of a platform which tries
to bridge the gap between authors and readers. He is an avid
reader and loves to review books on his blog.
He has been previously associated with many anthologies as a
contributing author.
Sandeep Sharma loves to spend most of his time with his
parents. According to him, “Parents always have so much to
teach, it’s just a matter of your learning desire and time.”
Sandeep Sharma can be contacted through:
E-mail: sandeeplochansharma@yahoo.in
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/sandeeplochansharma
Blog: http://www.theauthorsblogg.wordpress.com


It is said that books are a person’s best friend, so Leepi Agrawal
started spending her time with this special friend who then led
her to write stories and poems at an early age. The Times of
India gave wing to her writing by publishing her works in their
esteemed newspaper.
Leepi is an “Ahmadavadi Chokri” filled with zest and always
strives to mark her work with perfection.
She is a final year student and a gold medalist for her academic
excellence in Masters of Computer Applications at Indus
University, Ahmedabad. She has won the TechFest in April
2014 at college and state level.
As writing is her passion, she loves to roam in the “gallis of
Ahmedabad” so that she can explore more about her birthplace
through writings. Apart from the previous successes of her
short-stories, now even one of her poems has been acclaimed
on an international platform.
She is quite obsessed with writing, wires and machines and
subsequently her obsession has turned into her passion and


            To be very honest by reading the title, I had expected the story to be of a man whose wife may have dies and the child for their dad’s happiness finds a mom for them and wife to their dad. But while reading the blurb, it confused me. Then the  authors last words, ” EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED. ”


Puneet, who was a Branch manager at SBI and is unmarried. How can an unmarried man talk to his ten years old future son?  Isn’t it looking like a prank?  But No,  it is not a prank or a lie. It is a truth. The suspense does not die till the last paragraph. A man falls in love with a girl Myra but then another girl always comes in her dream.
Who was that girl?
Do that dream girl really existed?
It was truly a love story but had parts of true friendship and humour too. Rishi was a naughty kid. ; -)
The book had many secrets in it which gets unfolded with time with the turning pages of book. Although ‘Puneet’ was the most important character of the novel but ‘Rishi’ was no less. I loved the story. A wonderful one it was I must say. The lines at the starting of each chapter were truly amazing. At last ” Mission ” got successful. ; -)
Myra character was portrayed very well. She was a mature girl who knew how to act in each situation.
I never knew if we wish touching the stomach of Lord Buddha our wish get fulfilled.
Excellent work done by the authors.

Rating : 4/5


– Nidhi


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