We all live some form of Option B. This book will help us make the most of it. ~ Blurb of ‘Option B’ by Sheryl Sandberg For this book review of Option B, I’m going to try a new format of writing a review post : a chapter by chapter review. This book is not…
This is my fan – fiction entry for the fifth day of #Barathon 2017, the fortnight-long blogging marathon for bloggers everywhere, organised by Blog-A-Rhythm! Today’s prompt is ‘Lord of the Files’. And, there’s something special for you #Potterheads too 😉
To be honest, this book was on my TBR for a long time. I used to steal a glance at this awesome green and yellow glittery cover in the library. But I always ended up picking another Jeffrey Archer / Dan Brown/ John Grisham book. Almost all my GoodReads friends had already put this book on their ‘read’ shelf. I don’t know why I didn’t join the bandwagon then.
Yet, here I am, having read this awesome work of fiction and wondering how I spent so many years of my life in ignorance. Read my full (with few spoilers) review over at my blog!
This is my fiction entry for the third day of #Barathon 2017, the fortnight-long blogging marathon for bloggers everywhere, organised by Blog-A-Rhythm! Today’s prompt is ‘Of Ice and Men’. I have also used the theme for the challenge ‘seven’ at the end of the post.
“Can you hate someone for what they have done, but still love them for whom they had been?” ― Jodi Picoult, Nineteen Minutes “It’s far less important to me to be liked these days than to be understood.” ― Lionel Shriver, We Need to Talk About Kevin Peter Houghton is the gun-toting teenaged school shooter…
This is the first book I read after finishing up with exams. I got this book from the library. I read the author’s name, the blurb, and decided that this would be my first summer vacation read. I did not check the GoodReads review before picking up this book, as usual. And that’s partly because I have already read ‘ Five People You Meet In Heaven’ and ‘Have a Little Faith’, and feel that I can trust Mitch Albom with not ruining my first summer vacation read. (Do I need to mention one more time that I’m thoroughly enjoying my summer vacations? 😛 )
Can you guess the name of the book?
Hey there! The topic I’ve selected for today’s S for post is food blogging. (Yeah, I cheated again!)
I love posting reviews on Zomato, checking out #foodie on Instagram and reading food blogs. Read more about my online-eating experience today!
Let me get this straight: I used to like romance fiction, when I was fifteen. You know, when I was doe-eyed and eager to explore more about the world of romance. I had too many questions, and infinite gigabytes of resources available at the tap of a screen. Yet, I preferred to peruse through romance…