Terry Pratchett, on what happens after death: The point is, if there's nothing, there's nothing to worry about. And if there is something, its bound to be interesting I hope my papa is doing something interesting right now too 🙂 June was an interesting month of reading. June was also my effort to try and … Continue reading Life Diaries and Reading Wrap Up – June 2019
I just realized its the last week of the month and while I have started three books, I'm nowhere close to finishing any of those. Not just that, I had bought a book specifically as part of the destination reading challenge for the month and I haven't started that, and now I realized that I … Continue reading My Reading Life is in a mess this month!
I really need a good book to get me out of the two unsatisfying reads that I read last. I believe that every book has a reader, and a time and place or state of mind for a reader to read and appreciate that book. If I say I didn't like a particular book, I … Continue reading The Runaways & The Kiss Quotient – Book Thoughts
Eid Mubarak to everyone 🙂 I wish prosperity and lots of time with family and the people you love to everyone on this day, knowing how short and unexpected life can be. Spend time with people you love and try and be kind to your parents, even if they annoy you with their actions and … Continue reading Ayesha At Last by Uzma Jalaluddin – Book Thoughts
I am trying to come to terms with the loss of a loved one, and so I might not be writing my life diary series for some time. You might notice a change in the tone of my posts, maybe they will sound more sombre, serious or plain boring. So its alright if you skip … Continue reading Reading Wrap Up – May 2019
You would think if I had my hair cut, why is the post called the 'longest' haircut? Doesn't make any sense. Also, while I spent three hours of my 'me-time' away from the toddler on that uncomfortable chair in the salon, I wondered, why does it take so long to get one's hair cut shorter? … Continue reading Longest haircut ever and what I read last week
After reading two of his books, I think George Orwell had psychic powers or some sort of vision to be able to see and write things in 1940s that seem true or relevant even now. I'm truly spooked! I had read 1984 earlier and was shaken by the fact that what he had written as … Continue reading Animal Farm by George Orwell – Thoughts
How is everyone doing out there? April is almost at its end and May is going to start soon! May is also Mental Health Awareness Month and I want to send all my readers a big hug and some love. Stay strong, love yourself, be kind to yourselves and others. But most importantly, don't forget … Continue reading Becoming – Michelle Obama : Written and narrated by Michelle Obama (My thoughts)
I struggled a lot with the title of this post, and you'll know why, once you read this. But before I start, I want to write down the definitions of two words I found on the internet, and it is these words, that this post and my thoughts are related to, today. Cheating (Verb): Act … Continue reading Infidelity in books & movies – Why aren’t there any impartial views?
I changed the subject for this post from 'book review' to 'thoughts', because I won't be reviewing the book as such in this post. I will be talking about other things, peculiar and normal, that went through my head when I read the first book from Miss Peregrine's series. For those who don't want to … Continue reading Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs – Thoughts