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Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading 25/7/16

It’s freezing here (and it’s only mid-afternoon!). So I feel this post will be short and sharp before my hot chocolate runs out and my fingers get frostbite. 379 more words

Mailbox Monday

Castle in the Air by Diana Wynne Jones

After reading short stories for the last few DWJ posts, I was really glad to finally get to a novel again. And not just any novel – … 1,365 more words


Unboxing: TheNerdyBookwormBox July 2016

This is my second box from The Nerdy Bookworm team, and with a theme like “Book Boyfriends”, how could I resist?

This time I actually got to use a coupon, because I was prepared. 1,479 more words


Watching Edie by Camilla Way. Harper Collins UK.

This is my first Camilla Way book and it will not be my last for sure, I’ve already been Googling for other titles.

From the very beginning of the story there is a feeling of darkness , doom and unease. 408 more words

Reading ‘Baat niklegi to phir’ is an inward journey strewn with melancholy

I was never a Jagjit Singh fan. Even in the entire album of Mirza Ghalib, it was Gulzar saab who was my hero. Having read all the books by Sathya Saran, right from ’10 years with Guru Dutt – Abrar Alvi’s journey’, ‘Sun mere bandhu re – The musical world of SD Burman, I was intrigued by ‘Baat niklegi to phir’, but the very thought of reading a ghazal singer’s journey to fame, losing his son and then moving on with life didn’t stimulate the film buff in me. 1,007 more words


Eligible by Curtis Sittenfeld, Book Review

​Jane Austen, is timeless and I find her books quite interesting as well as entertaining. So it was a pleasure to read and review a retelling of her classic Pride and Prejudice for Harper Collins India. 609 more words

Book Review

Big Interview on Monday!

I am super excitey pants right now! Don’t forget-I’m a google result for excitey pants, so I have to use that as often as possible. It’s my claim to fame! 159 more words