Hi! I'm back with a recap of how this year has been, reading-wise. 2016 has been a really great year in some ways and not so great yeat in others. So, here are a few reasons why it's been great: I read books that I never thought I would: From Chinua Achebe's A Man of the... Continue Reading →
Well, over a week of being unwell threw me off my game and affected my (blogging) swag. Nevertheless, I'm here to do a short but (hopefully) insightful post on Neil Gaiman's How the Marquis got his Coat Back. Let me start by saying this - if any of you haven't read Neverwhere then skip this book (and... Continue Reading →
I'm one of those people who has a long list of TBR books, a list that's as dynamic as my mood is. So, today's Top Ten Tuesday topic, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish - Top Ten Books I Added to my TBR List Recently - is primarily based on the books that I felt that... Continue Reading →
In my past couple of blogs, I have talked about how bookish features and memes by fellow bloggers have been a source of inspiration for me to get my blogging back on track. So, today I decided to pick some of them and make a mini list of bookish features and memes that I would... Continue Reading →
A few months ago, I read this article on Mashable on how "Singapore now has vending machines that sell books" and I got excited. Not because I have plans of going to Singapore anytime in the near future.
Having been away from my blog for nearly a month, I have accumulated topics I want to talk about. Yet, I haven't started with them because I know that these posts will take time. It's time I (desperately) need to divide between reading and blogging so that I meet my Goodreads Challenge on the one... Continue Reading →
The past couple of weeks have been rather busy, quite unlike any this year. And of course, like most other things, my book blogging too took a backseat. But when I finally started contemplating my next blog post, I started looking for inspiration.
In the case of Harry Potter, I’m one of the late bloomers and I’m quite glad about it. I have been dodging JK Rowling’s Harry Potter series ever since I could remember. It started off as something that everyone (and by everyone I mean every other peer in school) was reading and I just did... Continue Reading →
I kind of forgot how I came across Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh (it was obviously an online search that started with one keyword and ended up a hyperbole and a half away on the interweb), but I know what caught my attention. It was the illustration style. It reminded me a great... Continue Reading →