Aug 29

Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson (A ‘funny’ mental health memoir) | Book Review

It is apt that this review follows my review of Bossypants, as this was the second book that I consumed in the audio format. From my initial (relatively ignorant) POV, these two books had a lot in common. Both met my criteria for picking up audio books – Non-fiction – check Memoir – check Read […]

Aug 18

Bossypants by Tina Fey | Book Review (5 shining stars)

Bossypants is the first ever book I heard instead of read. It introduced me to the phenomena that is audio-books, and I am totally addicted now! It helped that this book was pretty darn awesome, but I had found a way to “read”  when I normally couldn’t (while cooking/cleaning/driving)  and I was overjoyed about the possibilities! Coming to the book – […]

Aug 10

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child (Spoiler Free) – Rave and Rant!

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child – the most awaited book play script of the year, is storming the book world (2 million copies sold in the first 2days) and is making fans around the world giddy with excitement to be finally reading a new Harry Potter book. Needless to say, I was no exception. […]

Jul 31

July Wrap Up – Books and #HarryPotter fever!

Hey guys, welcome to the July edition of the Monthly Wrap Ups, a series where I wrap up my month in books and movies, within the first week of the next month (or so I wish). However this time, it’s only the last day of the month today, and the post is already up! *pats […]

Jul 22

What is the impact of a movie like Sairat?

If you are an Indian living in India (or not), you have seen this movie (or surely heard about it) – Sairat.* Well, unless you were living under a rock. In that case – hello, hello – welcome to our world. 🙂 (*Okay, I know – exaggeration. But it was a hugely popular movie.) Sairat is a […]

Jul 16

June Wrap Up (Books and Movies) #WeekendReads

Hey guys! Welcome to the third installment of The Monthly Wrap Ups, a series where I wrap up my month in books and movies, within the first week of the next month (which this clearly is NOT, but hey, better late than never – right?). BOOKS: I will recap the books I read chronologically (outside of […]

Jul 6

The Yoga of Max’s Discontent by Karan Bajaj | Book Review (New Release and New Favorite)

When I got offered an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) of this book to review, I was unsure if I should take it up, as it was way out of my comfort zone (so far out that I couldn’t even see my comfort zone from there!). Books on spirituality and spiritual journeys are not my thing. […]

Jul 1

Fitness 2016 – Quarterly Update/Check-In (Failing miserably, yet holding on)

Hey Guys, Welcome to the second quarter fitness update/check-in. If you are new to my blog, or this series, you can check out the backstory, my fitness goals for the year, and the first quarter update. But essentially, this year I am working towards one broad goal – developing a healthy lifestyle. In the first quarter, while exercise was a […]

Jun 25

The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater | Book Discussion (Includes Spoilers)

Okay, finally! Here is the promised (though delayed) Raven Cycle book chat. It will include the things that I have withheld as I raved about this series (here and here and here) to ensure a spoiler free experience for The Raven Cycle newbies. If you haven’t read this series, or even the final book, I want you to know that this post will […]

Jun 12

The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater | Series Review (Spoiler Free)

This is it guys, I have read the last book of the quartet I have been obsessing over. I know many of you are heaving a sigh of relief (yes, don’t hide, I can see it from here!) that it is finally over, and I know, I know I have been going on and on […]

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