Book Review: ” Anna And The Swallow Man” by Gavriel Savit

I have just indulged in a feast of beautiful writing, but I am not quite full up. And maybe that is the point of this novel. Sadly, I find myself not entirely satisfied by this read. Something is missing. I am not sure if I can pin point what led to my current feelings but…

LaChouett and the “What Makes Us Human?” challenge question.

Blogger pal Andrew from http://thepewterwolf.blogspot.co.uk/  has been attempted to answer the very challenging question “What Makes Us Human? Since there is strength in numbers it was only logical to extend the invitation to answer the said question to others that might have a few thoughts on the subject. To tell you the truth, I don’t really…

My #weekendcoffeeshare and “The Invasion of the Swallow Birds”

Hi everyone!! And how was your week? If we were having coffee today, this is pretty much how our conversation would be going…in my head at least :). First, I would drag you inside from the cold to the kitchen and our chat would go along those lines:” Me:      So….fancy being my guinea pig…

Book Review: “All Of The Above” by Juno Dawson

  Bliss and contentment are the emotions that best describe how I feel as I am turning the last page of “All Of The Above”. There is only one other book out of the 120 I read in the past 2 years that made me feel that way, Rainbow Rowell’s “Eleanor & Park”.  And just…

“Untouchable Things” blog tour! My interview with Tara Guha

Hello everyone, And welcome to my spot on the Tara Guha blog tour. Tara is the debut author of the newly recently released “Untouchable Things”, an intriguing psychological thriller. Tara kindly accepted to answer a few questions so we can get to know her a little, and learn more about her book. Don’t hesitate to…

My #WeekendCoffeeShare…An interesting week!

And how is everyone doing today? If we were having coffee, I would tell you that I had one of those weeks! By the way, I haven’t decided yet, whether we’re having coffee at mine or at one of those “every street corner” green bannered coffee houses although I am not too keen on their…

My first (small) #WeekendCoffeeShare ever!!!

So, how are you all doing folks? If we were having coffee, I would tell you how nervous I am to write this post. But why, you might ask? Well, for one thing, I am way out of my comfort zone here and second, have I already mentioned it was my first?! :). You see…

Book Review: “The Icarus Show” by Sally Christie

  “Two sides of the same coin” would probably sum up nicely this debut, but it would be so sad if I just stopped there. So, let me introduce you to Alex Meadows. Alex has only one goal in life, to remain undetected while surviving school. It’s either that or facing the firing squad every…

Woop Woop! #YAtakeover for 24 hours!! Online Blogging Event

Hello everyone, It’s my pleasure to announce that I will be hosting with the @YAfictionados  team the “Everybody Say Love” chat on the #yatakeover online event this Saturday (9th) between 2.10pm to 2.55pm (UK time) to chat about LOVE in all its forms. Why such an odd timeslot? Well, the #YAtakeover tour is a 24hr worlrwide…

My last reads of 2015

Never too late to talk about 2015 reads even if we’re in 2016. 2015 as a reading year for me was quite challenging, so much so that to read as many books as possible, I kind of left the reviewing part on the side. I did managed to read 60 books though, which makes it…

CHOUETT! 2015 in review

So, it’s been a little over a year of blogging for CHOUETT, and it’s been a fun ride! I did not think I would have lasted 6 months, let alone an entire year and it’s been great. My stats are interesting, thought I’d share! The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for…