Reading challenges

My Reading Resolutions For 2018

First of all, let me wish you a very Happy New Year! May you find joy and success in all your 2018 endeavours. 🙂 If there's one thing we all like to do in the beginning of a new year, it is reflection and planning. (...ok ok that's two things) You know how terrible we readers are when… Continue reading My Reading Resolutions For 2018

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Reading challenges · Wrap-ups

2017: My Year In Books

As we draw closer to the end of 2017, I look back at the books I've read this year and realise how good 2017 has been reading-wise. Initially, I had set my Goodreads challenge goal to 70 books, but I changed to 60 later because reasons 😛 Numbers aside, this year feels wholesome because I… Continue reading 2017: My Year In Books

Non Fiction · Reading challenges

We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – #DiverseAThon 2017

Author : Chimamanda Adichie Genre : Essay No. of Pages : 52 Publisher : Harper Collins India I discovered Chimamanda Adichie through twitter only a couple of months ago, and have been wanting to read her writing ever since. I was aware that this book is essentially a transcript of CNA's TED Talk in 2013 but I… Continue reading We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – #DiverseAThon 2017

Indian authors · Mystery / Crime · Reading challenges · Women authors

Review: The Masala Murder by Madhumita Bhattacharyya – #DiverseAThon 2017

I had wanted to be a detective. Crime fighter extraordinaire. Equal parts Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot in a fetching female frame. Author : Madhumita Bhattacharyya Genre : Mystery No. of Pages : 292 Publisher : Pan Macmillan India Synopsis : Reema Ray is a 26-year-old who writes about food in an entertainment magazine for… Continue reading Review: The Masala Murder by Madhumita Bhattacharyya – #DiverseAThon 2017