In a recent development, a 12-year-old boy from Kashmir, Suhail, has become the talk of the town after publishing a book titled “How to Live Life in 20s”, leaving readers wondering how someone who hasn’t even lived through their teenage years could possibly have enough life experience to write such a book, and having barely hit puberty and not having even reached double digits in age.
When asked about his inspiration for writing the book, Suhail replied, “I just wanted to be famous like those other kids who are called ‘youngest authors’ in the news. So I searched on Google and found some stuff about living in your 20s, and I copied it into my notebook. Then my mom helped me make it into a book.”
Despite the lack of logic in his work, Suhail’s book has already been picked up by several media outlets, who are hailing her as a child prodigy and a “genius life coach”. One publisher even offered her a book deal, saying that “his insights into life are truly remarkable for someone so young”.
However, the author remains undeterred by the criticism, stating that “haters gonna hate”.
As for Suhail, he is just happy to have achieved his dream of becoming a media sensation. “I don’t really care if people think my book is good or not. I’m just happy that I’m famous now!” he exclaimed.
Meanwhile, other young kids in Kashmir are reportedly following in Suhail’s footsteps, churning out their own self-help books and labeling themselves as “youngest authors” in the hopes of achieving fame and fortune.
And so, it seems that the trend of self-publishing in Kashmir has reached new heights, with even 12-year-olds jumping on the bandwagon. Who knows, maybe one day we’ll see a 5-year-old “life coach” or a 3-year-old “spiritual guru” – after all, age is just a number, right?
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