My 2017 in Books – An Overview

This is not going to be simple! And yet I urge myself to do it. 2017 was a fulfilling year in terms of my reading. I don’t quite remember any year which had so many things. That made it quite a breeze compared to the other years. I observed that if I really dedicate myself… Continue reading My 2017 in Books – An Overview

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Book haul for 2018 starts

Aaaannndddd they are all finally here. This has been a fulfilling year. I will post a detailed post later about my best reads and watches this year. I am going to need a lot of time for that. And I am guessing that post is going to be quite a long one. (Or a very… Continue reading Book haul for 2018 starts

4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days – Movie Review

I saw “4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days” on Saturday and I am still thinking about the movie. The brutal, to-the-point portrayal is disgusting, creepy, hideous, dark and terrifyingly disturbing. A woman’s ability to procreate has had a history of exploitation and is one of the major reasons of patriarchal oppression – at times… Continue reading 4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days – Movie Review

Letter to my Daughter by Maya Angelou – Book Review

(5/5) She has always been an inspiration in so many ways. Her 'Phenomenal Woman' and 'Still I Rise' are such liberating pieces of poetry. "Letter to my Daughter" is a collection of short essays through which Maya Angelou wishes to address the daughters she could never have, with little nuggets of wisdom that she found… Continue reading Letter to my Daughter by Maya Angelou – Book Review

On Writing by Stephen King – Book Review

(5/5) When the Popsugar prompt “A book with a career advice” came up, I instinctively selected ‘David and Goliath’ by Malcolm Gladwell. The book spoke about underdogs and giants in a power structure, mostly corporate. When the book failed to bond with me after a few pages, I realized that maybe I didn’t need to… Continue reading On Writing by Stephen King – Book Review

Labor Day by Joyce Maynard – Book Review

Labor Day by Joyce Maynard (3.5/5) I picked this one up for my popsugar prompt - a book that revolves around a holiday other than Christmas. This one revolved around a Labor Day weekend. And I am very happy that my selection was perfect. Something happens during the Labor Day weekend in this book that… Continue reading Labor Day by Joyce Maynard – Book Review

Presenting to you, dear Readers, Cover Reveal for “Carthick’s Unfairy Tales” by T. F. Carthick

  CARTHICK'S UNFAIRY TALES BY Carthick   Blurb A damsel in distress. An evil dragon. A concerned father seeking a savior to rescue his daughter. A hero galloping off to the rescue – a knight in shining armor. Now THAT is stuff of fairy tales. But what if the father’s real concern is for the… Continue reading Presenting to you, dear Readers, Cover Reveal for “Carthick’s Unfairy Tales” by T. F. Carthick