March 2022 Reads – Month Dedicated to My Favourite Genres

Have you ever gotten so wrapped up in a book (or show) that when it ends you feel this sudden emptiness.. Feeling unsure of how to go back to normal life? That happened with me this month (after a really long time)! I dedicated this month to reading books from my current two favourite genres…

My January & February Reads (Mini-reviews)

The year isn’t off to the best start reading-wise, I only managed to read one book in January and two books in February. I have been cheating on reading with binge-watching content on YouTube (did you read my post on Japanese YouTubers?). But I am impressed with the variety of books I managed to read…

How Is The Wizarding World Doing?

Note: This post has been written on the Bloganuary prompt of the day ‘Interview a fictional character‘. It has been 15 years since The Daily Prophet had a chance at interviewing the elusive child wizard who not only saved the wizarding world from all things evil but is now also the Head of Magical Law…

Debunking Myths About Villains

We all grew up hating on Disney villains. Funnily, over the past few years I have realised that I relate more with villains from books and movies than with heroes. No one is perfect – we all have dark and light inside of us (guess the reference?) – while we chose to act on the…

Fictional Fathers Who Left A Mark

Father’s Day is around the corner and while we go about appreciating our own fathers, I also want to appreciate some fictional fathers and father figures who left a mark on me. I’ve picked some iconic fathers from across books, movies and shows – who impressed me for very different reasons. Here is my list…

March 2021 Reads

March was NOT a good month reading wise – with travel, hectic work time lines and in general a LOT of stress – I didn’t really feel like reading. I managed to read 3 books this month and I’ve started my 4th but it doesn’t seem likely that I will finish it soon. Each of…

Review | The Last Queen By Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

This month started off with travel and a lot of work. I’ve only managed to read one book so for – The Last Queen by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni. If you haven’t read Chitra’s books – I highly recommend getting your hands on The Forest of Enchantments and The Palace of Illusions. Both the books are…

5 Irrational Fears of Mine

I’ve been enjoying writing about myself. It’s been easy to write and fun to share things with you about me. I am scared of a lot of things – I am a HUGE coward but some things scare me more than others. Here are my irrational fears – 1. LIZARDS – These tiny creepy creatures…

February 2021 Reads

The second month of the year is already over – how? When? What? February was a WHOLE lot more hectic and I didn’t have a lot of time to read. I still managed to read 3.5 books – which isn’t bad from my usual standards. Here is my February reading list – 1. The Song…

January 2021 Reads

The first month of the year saw me get through a few books. I usually target 2 books a month but despite being extremely busy this month I managed to read 4 books. When I say read I mean I read 2 books and listened to 2 on audibles (that counts, right?). Though I’m still…