Hello everyone, I hope you all are doing well. Today I'm extremely thrilled to be featuring Wolf activist and now a debut author ; Martha Hunt Handler on my blog for a conversation surrounding her book, titled - Winter of the Wolf. Here she talks about her inspiration, books she has been loving recently and … Continue reading Interview with author of Winter of the wolf; Martha Hunt Handler
June 3, 2020 Hello friends, Before I start, I want to talk a bit about the black lives matter protests currently going on in the United States in wake of the murder of George Floyd. It is easy to ignore a movement going on in another part of the world just because you think it … Continue reading BLM, Pride month TBR & some thoughts.
24th April, 2020 ~ Saturday Hello friends, I hope everyone is doing well and taking care of themselves during these terrible times. If you don't know I'm doing a sort of series on my blog where I keep a track of all the things I read and watch during Quarantine. You can check out the … Continue reading a new favorite book, ghibli movies ft. month two of quarantine
24th March, 2020 ~ Tuesday First of all, I really hope all of you are doing well and taking care of you and your loved ones by staying inside. It is a very grave time right now but we must not lose hope. My country just announced a lockdown as well so there is a … Continue reading Books, movies & the virus
William Warwick has always wanted to be a detective, and decides, much to his father’s dismay, that rather than become a lawyer like his father, Sir Julian Warwick QC, and his sister Grace, he will join London’s Metropolitan Police Force. After graduating from university, William begins a career that will define his life: from his … Continue reading Nothing Ventured by Jeffrey Archer | Book review
A journey started 12 years ago. I looked outside, through the window of our car, at the blurry figures of my grandparents moving further away. One left turn and they disappeared. I closed my eyes living every memory once before making enough room to store them in my head. Even as a seven year old, … Continue reading Farewell
Hello my friends, I hope you all are doing well. Today I'm going to list romantic comedies books that are going to be published in the first half of 2020 that I'm so effin excited for. This genre is my absolute go-to when I need a cheer or a warm hug because It just makes … Continue reading Most Anticipated Romcom book releases of 2020
Kabir follows the most beautiful girl he has ever seen into a mall. But there are gunshots and screams as terrorists storm inside after fleeing an operation gone wrong. Kabir and Diya find themselves trapped, along with other hostages. The terrorists make their demands and announce that until they are met, one person will die … Continue reading House of stars by Keya Ghosh – Book review
Hello bookworms. Today we are here to wrap up my 2019 as we have been doing so for the past 3 years. This has got to be my favorite yearly post idea. Maybe because these posts are for me more than for the people reading it. It feels like a time capsule when one comes … Continue reading All the things in 2019 – favorite books & goals ❤
Today we are going to be controversial again. A little backstory about this first though : So it all started when a movie released in my country. This movie, titled Kabir Singh, instantly appealed to almost whole of the population. However soon after, there were some conflicting opinions about the same. Some critics started to … Continue reading Problematic books and movies??