2020 – A Year of Mostly Failed Goals

I know it is quite pessimistic to start your first blog with a post titled – 2020: A Year of Mostly Failed Goals. But, this blog is sacred to me and I’ve got to be honest here. I had lofty goals for 2020, and then the world went into a lockdown and I failed mostContinue reading “2020 – A Year of Mostly Failed Goals”

Stay At Home Series – Episode 10 : How I achieved my Goodreads Challenge and read 72 books in 2020 :)

I was actually going to write about something else on my blog today, but if I’ve learned one thing this year, it is this: Nothing goes as planned. So always be ready to improvise..LOL I can’t believe I actually managed to read 72 books this year!! I am so proud of myself for achieving atContinue reading “Stay At Home Series – Episode 10 : How I achieved my Goodreads Challenge and read 72 books in 2020 :)”

2020 Holiday Cheer(s)!!

Merry Christmas Everyone!! This message goes to posterity 😉 (A shoutout to Tenet and Dark because I’m obsessed with time travel and philosophy apparently LOL) I wanted to write a ‘What I did on Christmas in strange 2020‘, but I would’ve had to wait until tomorrow for that, and I wanted to wish everyone onContinue reading “2020 Holiday Cheer(s)!!”

Blood of Stars Duology by Elizabeth Lim – Book Thoughts

Bookish Discussions: What are some series that you felt started with a bang and had a lot of promise, but didn’t manage to live up to expectations? Thoughts on Blood of Stars Duology: When I read Spin the Dawn last year, I was bowled over. Many reviewers called it ‘Mulan meets Runway’, and rightly so.Continue reading “Blood of Stars Duology by Elizabeth Lim – Book Thoughts”

Azadi: Freedom. Fascism. Fiction by Arundhati Roy – Book Thoughts

Bookish Discussion: Have you read a non fiction book that was about a subject that was extremely divisive? Where you feared the repercussions of your review? My short summary on the book: The first book I’d read by Arundhati Roy, was many many years ago – the book that won her the Booker Prize andContinue reading “Azadi: Freedom. Fascism. Fiction by Arundhati Roy – Book Thoughts”

Stay At Home Series – Episode 9 : Nirvana has been attained

Nirvana (Noun) : Defined as a state in which there is neither suffering, desire, nor sense of self and the subject is released from the effects of karma..etc etc. Oxford Languages We will, for the sake of this post, ignore the complete definition of Nirvana as stated by Oxford on Google (that sounds quite strangeContinue reading “Stay At Home Series – Episode 9 : Nirvana has been attained”

Reviewing Romances – Take a Hint Dani Brown and Call Me By Your Name

Bookish Discussion: Do you read romance novels? If yes, what kind of romances do you prefer reading? Contemporary, regency, funny, quirky, new age, rom com? Thoughts on Take a Hint Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert Oh I so love Talia Hibbert’s romances! I mean I’m a newbie to her books and before this I haveContinue reading “Reviewing Romances – Take a Hint Dani Brown and Call Me By Your Name”

Four Years of Blogging on WordPress!!

I just wanted to write this post to acknowledge my four year blogging anniversary with WordPress. I have been blogging since long before, almost ten years now. I was on blogspot earlier, before moving to WordPress. But I feel like the journey of blogging has been a really big and important part of my lifeContinue reading “Four Years of Blogging on WordPress!!”

Book Reviews – Mexican Gothic and Anxious People

Bookish Discussion: Have you read a book that scared you more psychologically than paranormally? Have you read a book that was actually felt like going to therapy? Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia : Thoughts/Review This book was a part of the Spooky read October month, but I managed to finish it only in the firstContinue reading “Book Reviews – Mexican Gothic and Anxious People”