Tiny Feature: Thoughts of a blogger “en herbe”

What I have learned in my first week of blogging 1/ The world of blogging is its own universe and is limitless And I am probably stating the obvious here…but it was not obvious to me. How did I reach this conclusion? Well, I decided to launch a blog, posting the reviews of all the…

Book Review: ” The Casual Vacancy” by J.K Rowling

Synosis from   What a way to break the mold Ms @jk_rowling ! “The Casual Vacancy” had been on my To Be Read list since February and it took one of my TBR pal from a book club to select it for me to read. Well, I am glad I got to read it. I…

Series Book Review: “Dark Lover” by J.R. Ward

This series became my “peche mignon”, in the sense that I read one installment usually after a read that I find taxing. Thank God this is a fantasy world! This much hotness in only one place and the world would just implode :). I was looking for something entertaining and easy to read and I…

Book Review: “The Light Between Oceans” by M.L. Stedman

I remember reading this and being so mad at Isabel throughout the whole book. Evidence right there, that I was completely and totally engaged in this read, hence the 5 star rating. Here’s my March 2014 review   I have just finished this book and I find myself smiling, which was not at all how…

Book Review: “Orphan Train” by Christina Baker Kline

My first audiobook!! I remember not knowing what to expect when I first pressed “play” for this book, but @bakerkline took me on a tragic and beautiful journey, where the characters found a little happiness where ever they could and the story was beautifully told by the narrator. I have not listened to an audiobook…

Book Review: “Fault In Our Stars” by John Green

Below is my June 2014 review about the book, at the time where I had turned the last page. I had not heard about @johngreen and the phenomena that was his novel, and one of my book club pal had selected it for me to read at a time where I was unwell. I ended…

The Books we can’t wait to meet in 2015 #SeasonsReadings

Originally posted on Penguin Blog:
We don’t know about you, but our ‘to-read’ list just keeps growing and growing. It isn’t stopping us from getting excited about the shiny new books we’ll be meeting in 2015. Find out what some of our fellow Penguins can’t wait to add to their bedside reading stacks. I love all of Robert…

Book Review: “Attachments” by Rainbow Rowell

This one also made it to my “2014 Top 10 list of Faves” Ironically ‘Attachments’ is the first published novel by @rainbowrowell and for some reason I decided to read it after ‘Eleanor and Park’ and ‘Fangirl’ which are equally both literary chef d’oeuvres (in my books at least). I tend to go for favorites…