HOLA FAM! I was tagged by the lovely Nadwa @ Painfully Fictional to do 'The Happiness Tag' and here it is! Head over to her beautiful blog to check her version out. Warning : TINY, TINY POST AHEAD. *all gifs from le interwebs* FIVE THINGS THAT MAKE YOU HAPPY: Books. Anything bookish. I adore books so much… Continue reading The Happiness Tag
I'm back with a new feature! This one's all about Photography and I hope you guys like it. I'll be doing it from time to time, though I'm uncertain if I'll be doing it every month. I thank Mukta for inspiring me to do this kind of a feature. *Perspective Palette is a feature where Anj shares… Continue reading Perspective Palette: Booktography.
HEY UNICORNS! Missed me much? *no?Okay..* I'm sorry I've been inactive here lately (5 days, to be accurate) but I was getting some good chunks of reading done. So... I'll be catching up with your posts soon! But this post is not about that. It's a review of Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell. (Also,… Continue reading Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
M Y R A T I N G: 5/5 STARS. I'm sure everyone has heard about the Holocaust through countless re-tellings and survivor tales. I'm glad that the atrocities committed by the Nazis were not hidden away, but were revealed to the world. The Nazi's 'Final Solution' was a terrible punishment inflicted upon the Jews.… Continue reading Night by Elie Wiesel
Ah writing reviews of books is so easy. Don't be dramatic. *Don't. You. Dare. Complete. That. Sentence.* SAID NO ONE EVER. DUH. I literally have so many issues with reviewing books. And most of the times, I end up sounding like a broken record,repeating the same things again and again. Dear professional Reviewers: HOW ARE… Continue reading Reviewing books? *laughs nervously*
April was another decent reading month for me. *tralaalaaa, yes I'm very consistent, cuz I have read 4 books every month since January* Let's just jump into the wrap-up, shall weee? YUP. THOSE WERE ALL THE BOOKS I READ THIS MONTH. *linked to my goodreads reviews* The Trials of Apollo by Rick Riordan The Bone… Continue reading April Wrap Up
M Y R A T I N G : 4/5 STARS. Poetic, mesmerising and gripping. These words do not do justice to perfectly describing this book. 'Sita's Sister' is way beyond all of that. Told from the point of view of Urmila, one of the three sisters of Sita, Kavita Kané manages to capture the essence of… Continue reading Book Review: Sita’s Sister by Kavita Kane