Have you started planning for the New Year? What are your year-end plans? How about a Discard-pile challenge where I read all the books I had DNF’s or not completed during the year?
Namo Namaha friends. It’s been a long time since I updated this blog with a post. Reason is simple. I have gone back to the grind of full-time employment. So, as a full-time working mom I am having to cut back on my book-reading hobby/obsession. You guys know that I cannot put a full stop on reading, so I will continue with my hobby of reading but I’ll take a break from blogging and talking non-stop about it. I enjoyed my time talking about books, reviewing them and finding new favorite authors, books and genres. This hiatus could be short… Read More »Blog update: Taking a small hiatus
This August come and join me in an exciting month-long readathon named Trope-ical readathon. Loads of prompts and challenges. This readathon will ensure you will smash your TBR.
In a world where only louder, stronger voices can be heard. Can an old woman manage to voice out her concerns? Are some concerns more important than others? Read my review of a fascinating literary novel by a Nobel prize winning Polish author Olga Tokarczuk.
The face is a person’s identity, what if that face becomes an object of ridicule and bias? Read my review of an excellent middle-grade novel: Wonder by R.J.Palacio. Different doesn’t mean undeserving.
Gay also means happy. People forget this outdated meaning but it exists nevertheless. Read my review of this happy and sweet bl story inspired by the Seven Days manga.