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2017 YA Book Releases I've Read

We are now down to the last day of 2017 and I am not the only one who can agree that 2017 is a GREAT year of YA releases. 1,253 more words


Anticipated 2018 YA Releases

We’re this close to end 2017, can you believe it? All thanks to our love for reading and for our bookish shenanigans that make this journey worth-while. 3,143 more words


and these are some of my favourite things

Here are some of the best reads among all books i’ve read, for different reasons:

The Lover’s Dictionary for its creative concept and bittersweet honesty about love, which is actually not cliched for once… 400 more words


Those films that you probably shouldn't like, but you love them anyway!

Back in the days when I had plenty more time on my hands, I was considered the ‘film connoisseur’ among the group. When in such an honoured position, you begin to learn that there are those films that it’s kinda¬† 1,210 more words



By classics, I mean classic items of clothing and accessories. Since last year I’ve become interested in minimalising my wardrobe in size, colour palette and the actual patterns on garments. 374 more words


My Mother Made Lists

I came across quite a few workbooks at the book store that suggest that we keep lists of some sort or another. One book caught my attention… 747 more words


Bringing a Book to Screen is No Easy Feat, But Sometimes They Get it (Mostly) Right

Another thought-provoking Film Listography. Books can be open to interpretation and bringing that to life brings intense challenges – from casting the perfect actors to compete with their existing counterparts, to determining what elements of the story are integral, to trying to convey an atmosphere visually instead of descriptively. 1,340 more words