Happy Tuesday guys! Today’s topic for Top Ten Tuesday is Halloween Freebie! (Happy Halloween! Let your creativity run wild with a themed post to celebrate!). I hope you guys had wonderful Halloween 🙂 We don’t celebrate Halloween here and neither do I read many spooky books. So instead of any Halloween themed list, I am taking a different take: Top ten books #bookstagram made me buy. Trust me it was very difficult for me to compile a list of just 10 books. Nowadays, most f my books purchase is based on #bookstagram only. Nevertheless, I made a list with the books which were super hyped (including book series and standalones), and yes I haven’t read any of them yet ( I know 🙁 )
Happy Tuesday guys! Today’s topic for Top Ten Tuesday is Top Ten Unique Book Titles. Well, it is something interesting, isn’t it? Titles play a main role towards generating the curiosity among readers for a book, in my opinion. While some titles are simple giving the basic story of the book while some are created in a mystical way and its relevance occur only if you read the book. I like the later category as it allows me to explore the different meanings that the title can deliver.
Happy Tuesday guys! This time, I am doing a little twist to Top Ten Tuesday’s topic. Today’s topic is: Ten Books With Fall/Autumn Covers/Themes (If the cover screams fall to you, or the books give off a feeling of being Fallish). Basically I can’t think of 10 such books so instead, I have twisted the topic to this: 10 book covers that I fall in love at first sight. It is meant to be about book covers anyway, so I think it perfectly fits. Isn’t it? 😀
Welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday post. I don’t participate in all the topics, but rather the ones that interest me and I can think of 10 answers. Make sense though, isn’t it? So today’s topic is one of such: Top ten books on my fall TBR. Now, when we talk about any season like fall, winter etc. then I am not really a kind of person reading according to the seasons. I just enjoy reading anything, anytime. So today, my list basically consists of anticipated books that I wish to read in next 2 months. Most of the books are pre-ordered ones so I don’t know when they will arrive, but I guess, I can stick with the list with some books from my never-ending TBR pile 😀 Without further ado, let’s see what reads I wish to cover this fall.
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.
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 😀