- I have pulled out my most favourite reads from last year off my shelves for a re-read – Forty rules of love by Elif Shafak. A brilliantly woven tale of love, mystique and devotion – and I love the twin thread in the narration. Have no superlatives to add-on to Rumi’s quotes sprinkled in this book. If you haven’t read this one, then I do recommend it to all. A great one for introspection of life and love.
- Ghachar Ghochar by Vivek Shanbhag has intrigued me ever since a Twitter friend shared its pic. Then I happened to find it in BYOB s book lending shelves and couldn’t resist it.
- An adult colouring book – hold on, before you judge me, I picked it up for the pretty patterns within. And yes the set of colour pencils was also picked for the same.
- The Coach pocket is to store my colours, of course and is a gift from one of the loveliest people I met last year.
- The wine glass markers are one of my prettiest possessions and I am always asked where did I get them from. Well they are a gift as well. ☺️
- Last but not the least is my butterfly printed spectacle case from Chumbak which I treasure as I am (what else) butterfly mad.
Alright folks there you have it, my post for this weeks #bookslutthursday. Now let’s see yours…..
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Passionate about everything design, I am in love with photography, travel and baking. My writing journey was initiated with my letter writing hobby as a child and has metamorphosised into serious blogging. I indulge with reading fantasy fiction, day dreaming and sipping good wine.