Rules For Being A Girl by Candace Bushnell & Katie Cotugno – Thoughts

I haven’t reads any of Candace Bushnell’s or Katie Cotugno’s books before, but I was a huge fan of the Sex and the City series in HBO at least. Based on just that, I was delighted to be approved by the publishers to read their latest book with YA protagonists – Rules for being aContinue reading “Rules For Being A Girl by Candace Bushnell & Katie Cotugno – Thoughts”

Stay at Home Series – Episode 3: Feminist Fashion

I don’t know how it was for the rest of you, but I realized that I paid a whopping lot of rent to live in a house which I mostly used to have dinner and sleep in. Yes, I did have the occasional work from home days, before it all got official. But on thoseContinue reading “Stay at Home Series – Episode 3: Feminist Fashion”

Stay at Home Series – Episode 2: Dalgona Coffee and MasterChef Fails

Did you guys see that clickbait title?!!! Eh eh eh 😉 Dalgona Coffee seems to be all the rage lately. I don’t blame people. Apparently, you need one of those mechanic mixers or use ALL of your day time and energy in whipping up that 1:1:1 ratio of coffee, sugar and water, into a thick,Continue reading “Stay at Home Series – Episode 2: Dalgona Coffee and MasterChef Fails”

We Set the Dark on Fire Book Tag

I haven’t read We Set the Dark on Fire or the second book yet, but I whole heartedly trust my friend Sahi @MyWorldofBooks, in her recommendations. So if she says this was awesome, then I say so too 😉 Also, thanks for tagging me to do this fun tag, Sahi! 🙂 This tag was originallyContinue reading “We Set the Dark on Fire Book Tag”

Stay at Home Series – Episode 1: The Working Mom

I’m basically starting these series to bore you guys senseless or make you guys laugh out loud. Also, to practice writing and continue writing on my blog, considering, I’m not going to be traveling much or getting my reading done in the speed with which I usually do 😉 These are stories from my ownContinue reading “Stay at Home Series – Episode 1: The Working Mom”

Unmarriageable by Soniah Kamal – Thoughts

It is a universally acknowledged fact that Jane Austen has changed the lives of many readers and authors and her book adaptations are almost always a treat! 😉 Finally read this Pakistani adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic – Pride and Prejudice and quite enjoyed it! Here is what I loved in this re-telling: 1. AllContinue reading “Unmarriageable by Soniah Kamal – Thoughts”

Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line by Deepa Anappara – Thoughts

Making the most of the global quarantine by trying to read as many books as possible 🙂 Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line is Deepa Anappara’s debut novel and one of the books long listed for the Women’s Prize 2020 category, and I can see why. Where do I start? Umm, lets see. Have youContinue reading “Djinn Patrol on the Purple Line by Deepa Anappara – Thoughts”

The Group by Lara Feigel (ARC) – Thoughts

Blogging is going to take a back seat now, considering I’m working from home, and have my 4 year old to look after – a situation that many working parents across the globe will be living in and working out to the best of their abilities. I just pray that the Universe sorts this outContinue reading “The Group by Lara Feigel (ARC) – Thoughts”

The Night Country (Hazel Wood #2) by Melissa Albert – Thoughts

I’ve not been very active on the blogging site this week, since I’m part on vacation and part on house arrest. So I’m spending time watching Netflix (just binge watched Locke and Key and loved it!!!) and trying to catch up with reading, along with socializing and spending time with the in laws 🙂 So,Continue reading “The Night Country (Hazel Wood #2) by Melissa Albert – Thoughts”

Women & The Weight Loss Tamasha by Rujuta Diwekar – Thoughts

I gave this book a 5-star for being a really entertaining, fact filled and motivating non-fiction read. Women and weight loss have become like two sides of a coin. We just seem to always be stressing about it and almost never getting it right. I haven’t read Rujuta’s first popular book on this subject –Continue reading “Women & The Weight Loss Tamasha by Rujuta Diwekar – Thoughts”