Category: Book Discussions
Love You Life is a cutesy, escapist love story that most of us need this year. If you’re a devoted citizen in the Sophieland, this book is your VIP invitation to the prime annual event in the country.
Blood and Honey would keep you hooked till the very end and you cannot help but wait for the next book with that kind of ending.
There are five prompts that immediately comes to mind, when we think of Diwali in general.
Looking back, I was surprised to see that I have actually maintained the monthly reading average. So maybe, in the larger picture this year is just a blink and life goes on.
Bea Schumacher and her journey of love is a glimpse into the complex world of modern dating with the touch of reality TV.
A collection of cozy romance and holiday reads for the winter this November.
Ricochet is a good attempt in creating a web of parallel worlds and multiple realities. But it doesn’t exactly excite the readers in terms of a compelling conflict.
Ghostwood song is your perfect one time October read. It has melancholy and paranormal aspects along with a musical atmospheric theme.
The WWW Wednesday meme was hosted by MizV at A Daily Rhythm. This is a simple meme where you have to answer the three W’s of a reader’s life.