Firstly, I'd like to thank the author Alisha Kirpalani for kindly offering me a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. Out With Lanterns is the story of a middle aged woman and aspiring writer, Karin Mehra, and her friendship with a famous author, Aksh Soni. The story begins when their paths … Continue reading #BookReview: Out With Lanterns By Alisha Kirpalani
(Image Source: Amazon) A few nights back, before going to bed, I was reading this story called Dimensions by Alice Munro from her collection of short stories called Too much Happiness. Like most of her stories, this too starts out in a simple way. A page out of an ordinary life. Then we get glimpses that … Continue reading When A Short Story Keeps You Awake At Night #AliceMunro #BookLoving
(Image Source: Amazon UK) Psychological thrillers are my guilty pleasures. Yeah, yeah I know, some of you'll say that why should you be guilty of what you're reading and I totally agree with you. But I still like calling them that because, well because, in most cases they're entertaining as hell, sometimes making me miss … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Megan Miranda’s All The Missing Girls Disappointed Me
Sometimes, do you have this feeling that I might have liked a book if it was shorter? Well, that’s what happened with The Woman in the Window and me.
With its brilliant prose and evocative writing, If I Was Your Girl helps us better understand the life and struggles of a trans person.
This year started off on a reading high. I completed five books in January 2018 and would have easily finished more than 6 had I not been dividing my attention between 3 to 4 books towards the end of the month. I've decided to take my reading journey one step further this year by writing … Continue reading The Joy Of January: 5 Books That I Read In The Month #BookReviews
I had heard of Elixir long before it took the shape of a book. At that time I was attending a writing workshop where our mentor spoke about the film which was to be aired in the club of their apartment complex. Though I didn't have a chance to watch the movie, since then, I'd … Continue reading #BookReview: Elixir By Sinjini Sengupta