My 2021 Reads: A Thorough Analysis of my Reading Stats

2021 had been quite a good year for me in terms of reading. Not only did I get closer to my ideal reading goal but also fell more in love with reading. As a birthday present, I also bought my first ever e-reader and has been able to cover a lot more books, thanks to… Continue reading My 2021 Reads: A Thorough Analysis of my Reading Stats

[ARC] Book Review #16: ‘Snowflakes Over The Starfish Café’

Note: Thanks to Netgalley, Jessica Redland and Boldwood Books for providing me with a copy of Snowflakes Over The Starfish Café , in exchange for an honest review. Name: Snowflakes Over The Starfish Café Author: Jessica Redland Genre: Modern Fiction Book in One Sentence Jessica Redland's Snowflakes Over The Starfish Café is a modern romance story that showcases 2… Continue reading [ARC] Book Review #16: ‘Snowflakes Over The Starfish Café’

In Defense of Reading Multiple Books at Once

A few years ago, the thought of reading multiple books at once would sound blasphemous to me. However, since the last couple of years, I have come to think about it in a more pragmatic way and realised that it is, actually, a great action plan to read more and come across the books that… Continue reading In Defense of Reading Multiple Books at Once

[ARC] Book Review #15: ‘The Holiday Swap’

Note: A big thanks to NetGalley, Hodder & Stoughton and the author, Maggie Knox, for providing me with a copy of  The Holiday Swap in exchange for an honest review. Name: The Holiday Swap Author: Maggie Knox Genre: Modern Fiction Book In One Sentence Maggie Knox's The Holiday Swap is about two twin sisters who exchange their lives to help each… Continue reading [ARC] Book Review #15: ‘The Holiday Swap’

20 Questions Book Tag

A big thanks to Lauren @ BookishLauren for tagging me for the post. She has a great booking blog and if you have not checked her out, you should definitely do so! Without further ado, let's move on to the question: Q1 - How many books are too many books in a series? I have not read a lot… Continue reading 20 Questions Book Tag

Book Review #13: ‘Welcome to New York’

Note: A big thanks to BookSirens and the author, Luana Ferraz, for providing me with a copy of Welcome to New York in exchange for an honest review. Name: Welcome to New York Author:  Luana Ferraz Genre: Modern Fiction Book In One Sentence Welcome to New York by Luana Ferraz documents the journey of Harry and… Continue reading Book Review #13: ‘Welcome to New York’

[ARC] Book Review #12: ‘The Guest Book’

Note: A big thanks to Random House UK Vintage, C. L. Pattison and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of “The Guest Book” in exchange for an honest review. Name: The Guest Book Author: C. L. Pattison Genre: Psychological Thriller Book in One Sentence C. L. Pattison's The Guest Book offers the readers to delve into the hidden… Continue reading [ARC] Book Review #12: ‘The Guest Book’

When You Should Allow Yourself To DNF Books?

In one of my recent posts, I justified the reasons to DNF a book. I strongly believe in curating your life as much as possible in terms of value and optimisation. However, I also believe in giving chances. And that extends to books and reading too. So, in today's post, I will be talking about… Continue reading When You Should Allow Yourself To DNF Books?

In Defense of DNF: Why you should allow yourself to quit a book?

I am a completionist. If you do not know what that means, well, then, let me explain - the term is mainly used in the gaming world. Somebody who is a completionist would give as much time and energy to the side missions as they would to the main quest. A person who is not,… Continue reading In Defense of DNF: Why you should allow yourself to quit a book?

My 2020 Reads: A Recap

2020 has come to an end, and last year, I managed to read 22 books in total. While it might sound nothing considering the amount of posts I have read and looking at the number of other people, I am quite proud of it myself. Yes, I know that numbers aren't anything and it shouldn't… Continue reading My 2020 Reads: A Recap