Book review – The whole shebang! Sticky bits of being a woman by Lalita Iyer

My rating: 4.5 stars!!! Loved this book! Book & Author: The whole shebang! Sticky bits of being a woman/ Lalita Iyer Genre: Funny/Non fiction/Feminist humour/Essays Ok, I know this is a little out of character for me- posting a book review just within a day! Especially when I mentioned in my last post that I’veContinue reading “Book review – The whole shebang! Sticky bits of being a woman by Lalita Iyer”

Book Review- Bad Feminist: Essays by Roxane Gay

My Rating: 3.5 Stars Book & Author: Bad Feminist: Essays/ Roxane Gay Genre: Essay/Non Fiction/Feminism/Cultural equality My favorite definition of “feminist” is one offered by Su, an Australian woman who, when interviewed for Kathy Bail’s 1996 anthology DIY Feminism, said feminists are “just women who don’t want to be treated like shit.” – From BadContinue reading “Book Review- Bad Feminist: Essays by Roxane Gay”

From hardcover to audiobooks + book review for Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

“Last night I dreamt I went to Manderly again“- The famous starting sentence from a famous book, that was long on my list of books to read. However, before I put down my book review, I wanted to talk about how I ‘read’ this book. If you had asked me a decade back about my reading habits,Continue reading “From hardcover to audiobooks + book review for Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier”

Book review – Bridget Jones’ Diary by Helen Fielding

My rating: 4 stars Book & Author: Bridget Jones’ Diary by Helen Fielding Genre: Humour/Chicklit I managed to finish this book as part of the second book for my birthday month, because I wanted to read something funny and wonderful and this was all that! I’ve seen both the Bridget Jones movies and this isContinue reading “Book review – Bridget Jones’ Diary by Helen Fielding”

September book review #1 – Be Awesome: Modern Life for Modern Ladies by Hadley Freeman

For September- my birth day month, I’ve decided that I’ll read one book that might inspire me, one funny book with a strong woman lead and a last book of any genre, based on a recommendation from my Goodreads friends. So, I picked up this book as my choice for the book that might inspireContinue reading “September book review #1 – Be Awesome: Modern Life for Modern Ladies by Hadley Freeman”

June book review- How to be a Bawse by Lilly Singh aka Superwoman

My Rating: 4 Stars Book & Author: How to be a Bawse by Lilly Singh aka Superwoman Genre: Motivation/Self Help Let me start by saying, I am a huge Superwoman fan..so if you disagree with my rating for this book, that might have something to do with it..hehe It’s amazing, how in my life, IContinue reading “June book review- How to be a Bawse by Lilly Singh aka Superwoman”

April Book Review #1 – You’ll Grow Out Of It by Jessi Klein

My Rating: 3.5 Stars Book & Author: You’ll Grow Out of It by Jessi Klein Genre: Humor/Non Fiction Firstly, can I start with the fact that I found out a way to overcome my motion sickness for reading and due to that I was able to utilise earlier boring stuck-in-traffic time to read this very amusingContinue reading “April Book Review #1 – You’ll Grow Out Of It by Jessi Klein”

March Book/Comic Review #1 – Adulthood is a myth by Sarah Anderson

My Rating: 4 Stars Book/Comic & Author: Adulthood is a myth by Sarah Anderson Genre: Comic Sometimes you just need to read a comic and count that as a book that you’ve read..haha! Basically, sometimes you have to cheat to keep up with your reading goals in a month when there are too many things onContinue reading “March Book/Comic Review #1 – Adulthood is a myth by Sarah Anderson”

Feb Book Review #2 – My Life in France by Julia Child & Alex Prud’homme

Yes, I know, it’s March and you’re wondering, why has she titled this as a Feb book review? Well, actually, this book was a part of my February book club destination challenge- Paris, and with everything going on this month- a new project at work, baby duties and having guests over at home, I wasn’tContinue reading “Feb Book Review #2 – My Life in France by Julia Child & Alex Prud’homme”

Book Review: An Embarrassment of Mangoes by Ann Vanderhoof

My Rating: 4 awesome stars!! Book Name: An Embarrassment of Mangoes (A Caribbean Interlude) Author: Ann Vanderhoof Genre: Non Fiction/Travelogue/Culture&History/Caribbean food recipe guide 😀 Before I start my review, here is some trivia. Did you know (because I didn’t, before I read this book): Receta means recipe in Spanish? Conch is a popular seafood inContinue reading “Book Review: An Embarrassment of Mangoes by Ann Vanderhoof”