The House In The Cerulean Sea by T. J. Klune – Thoughts

I have got to be a really lucky reader. Another 5-star read for me already! The House in the Cerulean Sea was the book club pick for the month for the Book Clinic book club. I am so glad I found this gem of a book and had a chance to read it. If youContinue reading “The House In The Cerulean Sea by T. J. Klune – Thoughts”

The Shadow Glass (Bone Witch Trilogy #3) by Rin Chupeco – Thoughts

I’m in love. There, I’ve said it. It has been a while since a fantasy series held my heart since the Six of Crows duology and the Shades of Magic Trilogy. And now, I’m officially adding Rin Chupeco’s Bone Witch trilogy to my everlasting hall of favorite books/series to read! You will see me gushingContinue reading “The Shadow Glass (Bone Witch Trilogy #3) by Rin Chupeco – Thoughts”

The ‘I Should Have Read That Book’ Tag

This Tag has been long due and I’m finally getting on to posting my answers for this tag ๐Ÿ™‚ I was tagged by Nikita @ Prose and Pancakes for this. Thank you for tagging me Nikita and I hope you enjoy reading my answers ๐Ÿ™‚ You guys should check out her blog for some reallyContinue reading “The ‘I Should Have Read That Book’ Tag”

The Tiger At Midnight by Swati Teerdhala – Thoughts

I’m trying to diversify my reading by joining in different reading challenges hosted by awesome book bloggers. I might end up sticking to a particular genre more, but I’m happy I’m reading the same genre by diverse or own voice authors. I picked up The Tiger at Midnight as part of one such readathon –Continue reading “The Tiger At Midnight by Swati Teerdhala – Thoughts”

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy – Thoughts

Another first for me. Not the length of the book, since I read Crescent City a month back, which was longer than 800 pages. But the author. My first read by Leo Tolstoy ๐Ÿ™‚ Have you read a book and found that while you were reading, you went through a gamut of emotions, starting fromContinue reading “Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy – Thoughts”

101 Stories in 101 Words : a collection of shorts by Neha Mediratta – Thoughts

Let me start with the good stuff: 1. Each story is just 101 words2. If you’re on the India Kindle Unlimited, you can download it for free!3. Even though the stories are short, some of them pack a punch with their endings This collection of a 101 short stories was a treat to read. EspeciallyContinue reading “101 Stories in 101 Words : a collection of shorts by Neha Mediratta – Thoughts”

Recursion by Blake Crouch – Thoughts

But on a night like this, of a restless mind and dreams of ghosts, time feels secondary to the true prime moverโ€”memory. Perhaps memory is fundamental, the thing from which time emerges. Barry Sutton, from Recursion (Author: Blake Crouch) I read a science fiction book after ages. There was a time in my growing upContinue reading “Recursion by Blake Crouch – Thoughts”

Stay at Home Series – Episode 6 : Five Fashion Concepts/Designs

I was watching this episode on ‘Fast Fashion’ by Hasan Minhaj from his super entertaining show – The Patriot Act on Netflix, when this idea hit me! I’m not into clothes (no I don’t walk around naked, you pervert :P). I just mean, shopping for clothes has never been a priority. If I could manage,Continue reading “Stay at Home Series – Episode 6 : Five Fashion Concepts/Designs”

House of Earth and Blood (Crescent City #1) by Sarah J Maas – Thoughts

Through love, All is possible…. – Crescent City #1, Sarah J Maas This is my first book by author Sarah J Maas and I am floored. It didn’t matter that it was an 800 page behemoth of a book, the longest book Ive read so far. Because the story just flew through. I felt likeContinue reading “House of Earth and Blood (Crescent City #1) by Sarah J Maas – Thoughts”

Celebrating StoryFest 2020 at StoryADay

Calling all readers and writers! Story a day will be hosting StoryFest 2020 this weekend, June 27-28. Short stories from a variety of genres by different writers – some experienced, some amateur, will be available to read for free during this period ๐Ÿ™‚ If you’re interested in reading some short stories for free, do headContinue reading “Celebrating StoryFest 2020 at StoryADay”