Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo – Fangirling!

You have changed my life Leigh Bardugo. With your Six of Crows. Really. I don’t even know that this post is going to be. Will it be a review? Will be it a blog full of spoilers? Will it have me gushing about how much I loved the book? Will it just have incoherent randomContinue reading “Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo – Fangirling!”

Books I Re-Read Recently – Order of the Phoenix & Little Women

Oh, what a delightful little thing this brain is. It forgets the details, but remembers the sentiments, so that when you re-read some of the books you had read and loved years back, it is like re-uniting with old friends after a long time. You know they are the same people deep inside, but lotContinue reading “Books I Re-Read Recently – Order of the Phoenix & Little Women”

The Sunshine Blogger Award

I have been nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by Tammy 🙂 Thank you Tammy, for nominating me! You can check out all her amazing writing tips on her blog here. Nomination Rules: Thank the blogger who nominated you in the blog post and link back to their blog. Answer the 11 questions the bloggerContinue reading “The Sunshine Blogger Award”

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz – Thoughts

Right now, I have this mushy gooey feeling inside me. Actually, I’ve been having this feeling since yesterday, when I finished the last page of the book. This is me right now… I might be late to the Dante and Ari party, but oh what a ride it was. To go through their journey ofContinue reading “Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz – Thoughts”

Spin The Dawn by Elizabeth Lim – Thoughts

Have you ever been in a situation where you’re reading a book and the surroundings or the situation you’re in, just intensifies the effect the story has on you? I was recently in that bubble when I devoured the first book of the ‘Blood of the stars duology’, last weekend. I had pre-ordered this bookContinue reading “Spin The Dawn by Elizabeth Lim – Thoughts”

Life Diaries and Reading Wrap Up – June 2019

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 andContinue reading “Life Diaries and Reading Wrap Up – June 2019”

Longest haircut ever and what I read last week

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”

Animal Farm by George Orwell – Thoughts

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 asContinue reading “Animal Farm by George Orwell – Thoughts”

Infidelity in books & movies – Why aren’t there any impartial views?

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): ActContinue reading “Infidelity in books & movies – Why aren’t there any impartial views?”