May 25

Ajaya by Anand Neelakantan | Not just a Book Review – Part 2 (Final)

If you haven’t read Part 1, check it out here – this follow-up post will make a lot more sense once you have read it. Okay, now let me pick up where I left off – I don’t hate Duryodhan, I dislike Yudhishtir a lot more. Though just to be clear, I dislike them both. One […]

May 22

Ajaya by Anand Neelakantan | Not Just a Book Review – Part 1

If this is the first time you are reading a book review by me, then you should know that – I am not normally like this; I don’t rant. I am generally able to give a semi-objective opinion on the books that I read. Really! Check any of these if you don’t believe me. But there […]

May 11

April Wrap Up – Books and Movies (New Series)

Hello people! Welcome to a new series on my blog – The Monthly Wrap Ups! This is where I wrap up my month in books and movies – typically within the first week of the next month. There are 3 reasons for starting this series – To get book and movie recommendations out to you […]

Apr 24

Ganesha’s Sweet Tooth by Emily Haynes & Sanjay Patel | Children’s Book Review (Ages 3 – 8)

Ganesha’s Sweet Tooth is a fantasy folklore loosely based on  Hindu mythology.  It’s a charming and engaging tale with very colorful and whimsical illustrations. And normally, I am not one to obsess over art and illustrations; I usually ignore them. Unless they jump out at me. These ones did, and I loved them. Every page […]

Apr 11

To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee | Reviewing Classic Literature

This review took a long time coming, mostly because I was having a hard time figuring out a concise way of fully expressing the intricacies weaved through the layers that are showcased in this story. And honestly, I still have no idea how I (or anyone for that matter) can do justice to reviewing this […]

Apr 1

Fitness 2016 – Quarterly update/ Check-in (Featuring Loopholes and Audio books)

Hey Guys! As promised in the post where I set my fitness goals for 2016, I am back for the first quarter update/check-in. If you are new to my blog – you can check out the backstory here and my fitness goals here. But essentially, this year I have had one broad goal in mind – […]

Mar 22

The Love That Split The World by Emily Henry | Book Review (New Release)

This book is a very difficult one to summarize, or even box into one genre, but I am going to try.  My first instinct is to slot it as YA contemporary, but there is also some fantasy/ alternate reality, a little time-travel – so you see, it is a mixed bag of sorts. The plot […]

Mar 8

The many screen adaptations of Pride and Prejudice

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a producer in search of a good fortune, will try to adapt Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. But if you need proof, then look up the number of  adaptations that this story has inspired! Now if you have read my last post, you know that I loved the book – a […]

Feb 24

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen | Reviewing Classic Literature

“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.” – Thus begins Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen’s witty comedy of manners. If you notice, the very first sentence itself is a masterpiece of tongue-in-cheek social commentary, and instantly paints a picture of […]

Feb 19

Preventing Reading/Blogging Burnout

This is one topic that I am sure all book bloggers have a lot to say about. The struggle against reading/blogging burnout is real, and if one doesn’t have a good system to deal with it – one will find oneself in the dreaded land of reading/blogging slump, more often than one likes. How do […]

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