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

How to read more books?

I was an avid reader during my school days. However, somewhere along the way, life took over and I lost my interest in reading. I have no one to blame but myself. But, a few years ago, I decided to make a change and get back to my old reading habits. In 2017, I decided… Continue reading How to read more books?

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?

Why should you read?

I was 8 years old when my dad issued Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone from the library for me. Although I do not remember the exact moment about how I felt when I opened the book and started reading, the very concept of a story opened up a whole new world for me. A… Continue reading Why should you read?

A trip down the memory lane: ‘Calvin and Hobbes’

I don't quite remember the first time I stumbled into this comic. All I know is that I was small and I probably read it in the comic section of the newspaper. While Garfield made some meme-worthy faces and Snoopy lay on his doghouse, as usual, I was drawn towards the smart and vividly imaginative… Continue reading A trip down the memory lane: ‘Calvin and Hobbes’