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Reading Challenge: And The Mountains Echoed.

It was a March Mayhem- exams, hectic term ending schedules, fatigue and figuring what I really wanted to read for my monthly Reading Challenge. Now that was a challenge in true sense. I picked 'And the mountains echoed' by the March born Khaled Hosseini. I was curious about it as I remember enjoying both his… Continue reading Reading Challenge: And The Mountains Echoed.

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February Reading Challenge: Love next door

It is the Valentine month and for once I was absolutely sure about who I wanted to read. I already had the book and a huge plus, the author's birthday was on 1st February. I guess that's the side effect of the 2019 Reading Challenge- checking the writer's birthday before glancing inside the book. Anyway,… Continue reading February Reading Challenge: Love next door

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Blogversary Three in January!

January heralds my blog's third birthday. Hurray! As usual I mixed the dates of registration but WordPress didn't forget and promptly sent a congratulatory message. I was caught by surprise. The event demanded a magnificent post worthy of Blogversary Three in a timely manner. Easier said than done. Sigh! You see, one thing I've learnt… Continue reading Blogversary Three in January!

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My January Reading Challenge: Edgar-ly Reading Poe

So let me begin from the beginning when I was much younger. A self confessed bibliophile/ a book lover/ a reading addict, I could read all day and night. Even today books in a store, in a library, on racks, in someone's hand, e-books included, still makes my blood rush and a feverish gleam appears… Continue reading My January Reading Challenge: Edgar-ly Reading Poe

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Turning Two and Forty Two

My blog turned two early this year and I missed the notification completely, my head was in the clouds. My strategy, from telling myself that I'd publish every fortnight to publishing multiple times a month (wasn't going to argue with the muses whenever they decided to make their presence felt), I finally settled for at… Continue reading Turning Two and Forty Two