'She Reflects' is the third in the 'SHE' series of books (She Speaks, She Celebrates)—published as a collaborative project by a group of 22 women, of Indian origin, spread across the world (Australia, India, The Netherlands, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, UAE and the USA). There are 43 flash fictions in this book, distributed across three sections roughly based on the age of the protagonist—Ganga (senior), Alakananda (middle-aged), and Bhagirathi (infancy to youth), similar to a river's journey from its origin till it merges into the ocean. In this offering of flash fiction, the reader will find a rich smorgasbord of micro-flash fiction, all told by a female voice, with varied personalities, experiencing different stages of life, under diverse circumstances. As an analogy, a river originates as a stuttering stream from a glacier, gathers momentum, at first tumultuous and overflowing, then gushes unbridled through mountains, and finally gains calm equilibrium as it flows over vast plains. The stages in a river's journey are used as a metaphor in this aptly titled collection, 'She Reflects'.