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”

top 10 book covers i love (with quotes!)

Are you guilty of judging the book by its cover? I have to admit sometimes I do that! I asked because the The Artsy Reader’s Top Ten Tuesday today is a Cover Freebie (choose your own topic, centered on book covers or cover art). Instead of just sharing the 10 covers I adore the most, all ofContinue reading “top 10 book covers i love (with quotes!)”

10 books for my younger self

It is Tuesday and it is the time of the week again — The Artsy Reader’s Top Ten Tuesday ! The topic for the 8th of September is: Books for My Younger Self (These could be books you wish you had read as a child, books younger you could have really learned something from, books thatContinue reading “10 books for my younger self”

10 best reads of 2020 (so far)

This week’s The Artsy Reader’s Top Ten Tuesday is actually about “Books that Make Me Hungry (They could have food items on the cover, foods in the title, be about foodies or have food as a main plot point… they could be cookbooks or memoirs, etc.)”. I checked my Goodreads account and figured that IContinue reading “10 best reads of 2020 (so far)”

Questions for my favorite authors

Among the several authors I admire, I have two who have never failed to stir something inside me whenever I read their work. They are Mitch Albom, author of Tuesdays with Morrie, and Maya Angelou, the poetess and writer behind I Know Why the Caged Birds Sings. The Artsy Reader’s Top Ten Tuesday this week allowsContinue reading “Questions for my favorite authors”

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”

Ten Reasons Why I Love Reading

It’s calming. It’s quiet. It’s easy to concentrate. It’s like dreaming while awake. It’s a guiltless delight. It’s like munching a calorie-less cake. It’s sleep-inducing. It’s detoxifying. It’s poetically inspiring. It’s just… the best thing. ❤ – Photo Credit: Unsplash In response to The Broke and the Bookish‘s Top Ten Tuesday today: June 7: Ten Reasons IContinue reading “Ten Reasons Why I Love Reading”

YA Series that Made Me Quit Dystopia Genre

No bad blood, just honesty, I used to love these books, wholeheartedly. After jaw dropping first books, followed by ‘okay’ second books, series finale always give me a disappointed look. Instead of ranting, let’s now reveal the series with great beginnings, and disappointing endings that made me quit reading YA dystopia genre. — Hunger GamesContinue reading “YA Series that Made Me Quit Dystopia Genre”

Ten Books I’m Glad I Picked on a Whim

I am good in planning, except when I’m reading, sometimes I follow where my mood is swinging, and here are the books I’m glad I picked on a whim. — Before I Go to Sleep by S.J. Watson About: Memories define us. So what if you lost yours every time you went to sleep? Your name, your identity,Continue reading “Ten Books I’m Glad I Picked on a Whim”