2 Months of Blogging | Feelings of a new book blogger on the block | 6 reasons I am perturbed

Flipping thoughts: feelings of a new blogger

Hello folks! How are you all been? How is this week treating you? Mine is as always, tedious and boring. So, today I opened my blog for writing a post and I realized that today is the 2 month anniversary of my blog (if that is even a thing 😛 ). Wow! That felt great you know. I never thought that I could have pulled this so far in spite of my busy schedule. But yes, here we are. I know, I know, you must be thinking CUM’ON, IT’S JUST 2 MONTHS, not 2 YEARS! But believe me, it felt as if I have already lived 2 years with it 😀

Book Review | The Crowns of Croswald by D.E. Night | Totally magical journey

Book Review: The Crowns of Croswald

When I won this book in a giveaway on Instagram, I was like super excited. I didn’t know what was this book about exactly. I just saw this book doing rounds on Instagram. So I was excited to get my hands on it. When it arrived, I instantly decided that it is going to be my next read, and alas! Here we are. I have never been so happy after reading a book that I got in a giveaway. This book was absolutely magical!

Tag Monday | The Unique Blogger Award

Unique Blogger Award

Happy Monday guys (which is actually never happy 😀 ) and welcome to yet another award that I was nominated for. This time it is The Unique Blogger Award. I was nominated for this award by not one but two lovely bloggers – Danielle from The Introverted Book Nerd and Maggie from The Caramel Files. Thank you so much, Danielle and Maggie for thinking that I am unique 😀

I tried to do some research about this award so that I can know who the original curator is, but I couldn’t find any. Anyhow, this is truly a great way to give recognition to some of your favourites blog. So without much further delay, let’s start.

Book Review | Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

Book Review: Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

I read this composition way back in February this year. This was my first attempt in reading the genre- Poetry, and to my expectations, it did surprise me. Though it was a quick read and I finished it within an hour, it was just BEAUTIFUL.

I had read other reviews about this book and I can understand why some people have a different opinion on this. Probably they have read too mean poetry and thus expected it to be something different. But for me, as a reader of poetry for the first time (obviously after school 😛 ), it was wonderful.

Book Review | HARAPPA: Curse of the Blood River by Vineet Bajpai | A vanished civilization?

Harappa by Vineet Bajpai

Why I was intrigued towards reading this was because of the title itself: Harappa. I have never read anything about this civilization, of course except the course books. So, when I got a chance to review this book I, I grabbed it instantly. And I was not disappointed at all.
The story starts when Vidyut Shashtri, the main protagonist of the story, is called upon to Varanasi where his great-grandfather, Dwarka Shashtri, is on deathbed. Vidyut is a successful entrepreneur and an eligible bachelor who lives with her girlfriend Damini who is a journalist. When Vidyut reaches Varanasi, his great-grandfather starts telling him the story of the curse that has been brought upon his entire generation and the humankind by his ancestor Vivasvan Shatri.

Tag Monday | Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag (2017)

Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag

Hi everyone! This is my first ever book tag. I wasn’t tagged for this by anyone, but I really loved this book tag and it was open for anyone to do. So why not? Mid-Year Book Freak Out tag was created by Chami @ ReadLikeWildFire and Ely @ Ely Jayne on Youtube. It’s where we look back at (and freak out over) the books we’ve read during the past six months.
I know that the name says “Mid-Year” but it’s almost end of the year, so I am pretty late for it. The thing is, I discovered it too late. But I hope you would still enjoy it! It’s a good way to revise and look up to all the books that I have read in 2017 so far.

Stacking the Shelves #3 | Time to add beautiful editions in your collection

Stacking the Shelves

Stacking The Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga Reviews. It’s all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course Ebooks! If you want to find out more about Stacking The Shelves, please visit the official launch page!

Hey Guys, how you all are been? It’s a long time since I have done a Stacking the Shelves post. In fact, I haven’t done one in the entire last month!! But it doesn’t mean that I haven’t purchased any books 😛 During the last month, I mainly purchased some beautiful editions that I got in a used books sale event known as Books by Weight.

Monthly Wrap-up | August 2017

Monthly Wrap-up : August 2017

Okay! I know I am saying this again, but is August really finished? Where did the time go? It’s like I am aging really fast 😀 Nevertheless, this month was kind of Okay for me – no big activities, medium number of reads etc. Overall, a quiet month. I am a day late for posting by monthly wrap-up, but what can I say? Life is being bi*ch 😀 Let’s see what I concluded this month.

Book Review | Lanka’s Princess by Kavita Kané | A victim or a perpetrator?

Lanka's Princess by Kavita Kane | Book Review

This was my first read from the author Kavita Kane. I had heard great things about her work and how she chooses different female characters from Indian mythology and present them with a new angle. People suggested that I should start with her first book, but rather I picked this one as I already had its copy. And I would say, I loved Kavita Kané and her unusual story about Surpanakha.
Ramayana is the epic tale which I believe every Indian have heard while growing up. All the main characters are household names – Ram, Laxman, Sita, Ravan. But the character of Surpanakha is something that we grew up hating. We have been taught that how Laxman cut her nose and in turn, Ravan abducted Sita and then it started the epic war between Ram and Ravan. But do we know more than this about Surpanakha? Do we know who was Surpanakha other than a girl having a cut nose and sister of Ravan? I surely hadn’t known. This story is a fresh take on Surpanakha’s life and lets you go to the details of why she did what she did.