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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.
Thin Girls is one of those books which expanded my worldview. Being a foodie, I have never considered that a person might be sick enough that they cannot eat.
Dear Bookbugs, September has been a happy reading month for me in general. I managed to go through all the books in my TBR and then some....