Welcome to my first installment of Top Ten Tuesday. The folks at The Broke and the Bookish are coming back today after a month of holiday and the prompt they have given for today is Ten book recommendations for…… So I have decided to go with: Ten book recommendations for lovers of different genres.
Why I picked this book? Because I am a sucker for beautiful covers 😀 When I saw this book on NetGalley I instantly requested for it just because of the cover. I had no idea what this book will turn into. I am glad that I picked it up as it proved to be a great read.
This is a story about three nurses during World War 2. The story starts with Scarlet, who volunteers for joining the battlefield hospital, but her main aim was to find her fiancé Thomas who was missing from past few months.
If you are following my posts, then you must know that I am already doing a reading challenge #ARCAugust this month, but here I am with another challenge for the month (Am I being ambitious?). So this is totally a last minute entry, but I am glad to announce that I’ll be taking part in #TheReadingQuest challenge hosted by Read at Midnight. This challenge will be held from 13th August until 10th September. This is a reading adventure based entirely on a video-game quest which encourages participants to reduce their TBR pile using interesting prompts!
Happy Rakshabandhan to all of you 🙂 So those who don’t know what is this festival, let me give you a brief about it (probably you can Google the details). It is an Indian festival, basically in Hindu religion, which celebrates the bond of love, care, and duty between brothers and sisters. Rakshabandhan means “bond of protection”. In this festival, a sister ties a rakhi (sacred thread) on her brother’s wrist and prays for his prosperity and happiness, to show her love and in return, the brother gives her a token gift and a promise to protect her. Though it is a special day for both of them, surely sisters often get fancy gifts and convert it to their day 😀
This was my third poetry book that I read this year after Milk and Honey and Stuff I’ve Been Feeling Lately. I loved both those poetries and expected same from it, as the title seemed entruiging. I came to know about this title through poetry recommendations on NetGalley. However, it was way too different than the formers.
This poetry collection is divided into four parts: Inception, Longing, Chaos and Epiphany. The good thing about this poetry was that the author is speaking about herself in most of the parts. She is a woman of color (WoC) and we can imagine to some point that what she might have been gone through in her childhood. A few poems shows her roots and felt like raw thoughts.
Hi everyone! A few days ago, I came to know about this amazing reading challenge #ARCAugust via Twitter and I instantly decided to join it. Why? Because I have too many ARCs to be read that I have acquired through NetGalley (yeah probably not very proud of 🙁 ).
#ARCAugust was created by Shelly and Octavia at Read.Sleep.Repeat to help motivate bloggers to tackle their ARC piles. This is the 5th year that they are hosting it. This will be my first time participating in ARC August! To join the challenge, sign up here and keep up with ME on social media.
Ahh.. so July just finished! I don’t understand how the time flies by. It was literally like the first day of July yesterday and there was my birthday and now it’s finished? But overall, this month was good enough for me and here I am concluding my monthly recap for the month of July, on last day 🙂 This is not just an update of my bookish things, rather a complete package including non-bookish things too.
Hey Guys, Happy Saturday and welcome to my second installment of Stacking the Shelves 🙂 This week was pretty good, as I was able to resist by book purchase temptation and just bought two books. I decided to purchase nothing this week, but the prices for those books suddenly dropped and you know, then I had to get them 😛
Since this was a short series, I decided to do a #DoubleReview. I should tell you that this was my first ever Manga.. like ever. Obviously I didn’t knew beforehand about manga so I had some trouble reading it at first. But after some research, I was on track, and oh boy it was exactly as the movie (minus songs and detailed graphics). Yes, this is an adaptation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast movie which was released recently starring Emma Watson.
I won this book in a giveaway so I had no idea what this book was about (Yes I just enter randomly sometimes 😛 ). I just saw the opportunity to grab the book and I did. But the main reason why I decided to enter the giveaway in the first place was its title. Don’t you think the title is different and suspenseful? Well, the THC stands for The Holistic Center. It’s a fictional center setup in the story where the broken hearts are cured, those looking for closure get insights and return to the world with repaired soul.