For more than ten years, Niedhie dreamt of becoming an author. With a full-time banking career at a senior leadership level, two kids to raise and a charity to run supporting rehabilitation of street children, work on writing the book always got deprioritised. However, as the saying goes, “slow and steady wins the race”. The story was always on the slow burner brewing itself with anecdotes and profound messages that life was teaching Niedhie all along. Her dream came true when a vintage publishing house published her first book called “Life Simply Moves On”. The book became an international bestseller on Amazon on its first day of launch.
Applying the idea of “write what you know”, the book has been about sharing the close observations from the lenses of a small-town girl named Nandita who grew up amidst competition and the burden of expectations to prove herself at every step. It talks about the ephemeral nature of life and the girl’s experiences.
Click one of the links below to find out more about Nandita’s story of how life simply kept moving on from successes to setbacks, from friendship to romance, from love to break-ups and from respecting each other to becoming soulmates.