This is the first book from my summer reading list this year, and what a book to begin with!! If you don't have time to read the rest of the post, then in short, I loved it! This is the kind of book that makes me fall in love with reading 🙂 It was short, … Continue reading Book Review: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman
Oh gosh, I'm feeling over the top right now!! A fellow blogger just nominated me for the Sunshine Blogger Award and I am so grateful to be considered for this (yeah you thought right, it does sound like a speech in progress for an Oscar, since that's what it feels like in my head right … Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award!
I re-wrote the draft and the header of this post almost four times, before deciding to just go with it and publish it! I kept thinking whether people would be interested to know about my week and weekly chores or if I should just write a personal journal entry instead. In the end, I just … Continue reading Doing more with the same time- what a week!
I just finished reading two books that were translated from other languages to English, and enjoyed both. However, the second one made me laugh and resonated with me more than the first one. So, here are my thoughts on each book:) In Other Words by Jhumpa Lahiri- Translated from Italian to English (Translator: Ann Goldstein) I … Continue reading Book Review: Two books in translation, two different perspectives
I'm trying my hand at creative writing in an endeavour to get better at this by practising and this is my first project towards this. I have signed up under the 'Story a Day' website/group to start my project and this is the first story I am publishing under this 🙂 I would love to … Continue reading Story a day: Day 24(May) – Disappearing Act
I always loved reading, but lately, with my reading challenges and being a member of various book clubs online and in-life, and following bookish people on social media has made me realise that I am reading even more voraciously than ever! Which is actually great and I hope to keep up the pace- which is where … Continue reading My First Summer Reading List- 2018!
My cousin brother and his wife are here from India to travel to some new places. They plan to visit a few places in UK and cover some places in Scotland and Ireland, while they're here. So we decided to sightsee with them, to some of the touristy places that we ourselves hadn't been to! The last … Continue reading A day trip to Stonehenge & Bath
Oh the summer days! I love them so much, especially here in the UK, where sunshine is so rare the rest of the year. Also, with all the summer reading guides I have been able to refer to and my own TBR list for the summer, I can't wait to compile my Summer reading list … Continue reading Book Review: A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
Last Sunday was Mother's day, and the whole world was celebrating it, except for people in the UK! I was kind of upset about this. All my friends, their moms, their partners, and even my own mom, were posting pictures and thank you messages on Facebook, Instagram, Watsapp groups, Blogs, Twitter, about the joy their … Continue reading The invention of new ‘days’
How do you tell someone you love them or hate them, without telling them the reason why you feel that way? How to you admire or describe something, without giving away the nature of that thing? Can one be clinical about describing something that has touched one's heart? I have all these questions in my … Continue reading Book Review: All the light we cannot see by Anthony Doerr