I have been reading Maya Angelou’s poetry for a long while now and I was too excited to dive myself into her complete collected poetry to not like it. Needless to say I am in awe, awe of the writer in her, awe of the poet, in awe of her womanhood, in complete awe ofContinue reading “Anne & Angelou”
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Top 10 Books
Top 10 Books Anyone remember that I plan to read 100 books this year? Yes, I have taken up this challenege to finish at least two books every week. So far it is going great. Though, I have no idea how this is going to end, but I am quite enjoying it. Plus, theContinue reading “Top 10 Books”
Book Review: The Last Huntsman
BOOK DETAILS: The Last Huntsman By Page Morgan Publication date: September 9th, 2019 Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult Description: No women. No children. No torture. The Huntsman has his rules. For years, Tobin has done his emperor’s bidding, eliminating threats to the Empire of Morvansk. But when he is ordered to kill the lovely Princess Mara, Tobin’s absolute loyaltyContinue reading “Book Review: The Last Huntsman”
Book Review: Mae’s Café.
In Chance, Connecticut, it’s about living the small-town life. Here everyone knows everybody’s business. Gossip and drama spread like wildfire in this town. But I’m happy here, content with my little café where locals come together. Even the rich wives-club have their own corner where they can sit around and swap gossip stories. Luckily, I’ve managed toContinue reading “Book Review: Mae’s Café.”
Rebel Without A Bra.
Women Rule, But Has Anyone Told The Men? Mex is heading for the Edinburgh Festival in search of Legless. Hot on her heels is Beryl a leader who has already dropped Mex in it once and now plans to do so again. Beryl must make contact with Mex before Mex finds Legless; retrieve the sparkContinue reading “Rebel Without A Bra.”
A Thousand Splendid Suns.
A Thousand Splendid Suns by khaled Hosseini is about a 15 year old Miriam, married and sent to Kabul without her will. Her entire life is a struggle against patriarchy, starvation, violence and brutality and a fear that lurks constantly over her. While the plot sounds truly traumatic the heroism that is portrayed despiteContinue reading “A Thousand Splendid Suns.”
A Sea prayer is published as a book but honestly it’s a poem. It is a lucid, magical poem with such colorful and breathtaking illustrations that I spent more time looking and gawking than reading. The prayer seems like a bedtime story for a kid, spoken by his father on a moonlit night, butContinue reading “Sea Prayer!”
May might not have been as fruitful a month as April in terms of reading, but it was fun all the same. This was the second book in the series, and I am still skeptical about picking up the third one. Though it was better than the first one with more magic and demons butContinue reading “May Reads!”
Writing Dilemma #2
One dilemma ends and another dawns. I don’t mind typing, considering that it does get easier and speedier, and also, sometimes it is way better for your lazy ass for its sole purpose of auto-correct. So, as soon as I had my laptop, I have been fluent with computers and typing. And I trulyContinue reading “Writing Dilemma #2”
When you are both a reader and a writer, how do you deal with it? I mean to say, that both requires equal attention, peace and time and for me both mingles with each other. While I am reading, sometimes I get ideas of what I can write, but then as a writer, I thinkContinue reading “Writing dilemma!”
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