10 books on my Fall 2020 TBR

Amidst the chaos and division happening, there is one thing I think we all can agree in. This year is challenging, physically, emotionally, spiritually, psychologically, and all the -ly’s I missed to write here. As I try to look at the bright sides of life (to keep me sane as I near my 7th monthContinue reading “10 books on my Fall 2020 TBR”

10 books as Netflix shows or movies

So the title may make you think that I am a fan of novel-turned-movies or series but, a quick disclaimer, I am not. When I was younger, I used to be a fan of Nicholas Sparks and I’ve watched all his novels’ adaptations and not a single one is better than the book version. ButContinue reading “10 books as Netflix shows or movies”

10 books i loved but never reviewed

After a quick check on my Top Ten Tuesday tab, I’ve figured my last entry was June 7, 2016 (four years ago!!!) where I shared the 10 reasons why I love reading. I cannot believe that it has been that long ago as I still vividly have the joyful memory of revisiting the books I’veContinue reading “10 books i loved but never reviewed”

The Entertainer Book Tag

(Note: This tag is stolen from my dearie Jade. I am guilty beyond reasonable doubt; I am willing to pay the price of this crime. ^___^ ) It’s a Monday morning and my work email is (surprisingly) quiet and empty. Perhaps like a little street in a province at 12:30 AM. So I decided toContinue reading “The Entertainer Book Tag”

5 Quotes Why I Love A Man Called Ove

A 59-year old widower. Grumpy. Trying and failing to kill himself, many times. Here’s an odd, funny, yet utterly moving story. A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman Rating: ❤❤❤❤❤ The first novel by the Swedish author Fredrik Backman, A Man Called Ove is a balance between heart wrenching and thought provoking lines as well as chuckle-inducingContinue reading “5 Quotes Why I Love A Man Called Ove”

Book Review: When Breath Becomes Air

When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi Rating: ❤❤❤❤❤ What is it about: At the age of thirty-six, on the verge of completing a decade’s worth of training as a neurosurgeon, Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer. One day he was a doctor treating the dying, and the next he was a patient struggling to live.Continue reading “Book Review: When Breath Becomes Air”

ANNOUNCEMENT: Between My Bleeding Lines (Extended Edition)

View this post on Instagram #BetweenMyBleedingLines #ExtendedEdition coming soon! . . Epic camera and video production by the brilliant @shubhodeeproy. Want something like this? Please don't hesitate to contact him (or me 😉). . . In case you don't know Shubhodeep yet, he is an amazing artist from India who creates professional and creative videos,Continue reading “ANNOUNCEMENT: Between My Bleeding Lines (Extended Edition)”

The Rule of Eleven (aka The Blue Sky Tag) Part 2

After answering the 11 witty questions via The Rule of Eleven (aka The Blue Sky Tag) from Jade her blog, my dear NJ joined in the fun and answered my questions! 😀 And to keep the getting-to-know-you posts, I will answer NJ’s questions too! So… What is your name and the name of your blog? Why did you choose it asContinue reading “The Rule of Eleven (aka The Blue Sky Tag) Part 2”

TAGGED: The Book Cover Guessing Challenge

Don’t judge the book by its cover. But, can you ‘know’ the book just by looking at its cover? I will actually try to do that after the overly sweet Dimple of enthrallingdimple tagged me to do this cool challenge that I really really want to do! Please go check out her blog. She has written a lotContinue reading “TAGGED: The Book Cover Guessing Challenge”

Tagged: The Emoji Book Tag

So I was tagged by Dimple of Enthralling Dimple with The Emoji Book Tag! So thanks Dimple! 🙂 This book tag is made by seven booktubers namely; Liz from lizlovesliterature, Jenny from Jellafy, Sanaa from InkBonesBooks, Dylan from dylanbooks, Max from WellDoneBooks, Vilde from vforvilde and Scott from Scott Place.  The rules are simple, you just have to relate your five most-used or latest-used EMOJIsContinue reading “Tagged: The Emoji Book Tag”