Books, Fiction, New Post

When God was a Rabbit by Sarah Winman | Book Review |

Book review of “When God was a Rabbit” by Sarah Winman which is her debut novel and a brilliant one at that. Dark but comical-whimsical in telling, this one is a superb tale of coming to age.… Read More When God was a Rabbit by Sarah Winman | Book Review |

Books, New Post

My Reading Score in 2020 | Bookish Post |

At the start of 2020, I had signed up for the Goodreads Reading Challenge and also crafted one of my own with my book buddy Soumya. #TBRCHALLENGE2020 was designed to make a dent in the TBR books lying on my bookshelf and not buying newer books till that was done. The idea was to even… Read More My Reading Score in 2020 | Bookish Post |

Books, Guestblog, New Post

How the Pandemic affected my Reading Habit | Bookish View |

This post is linked with the #GPDec2020 hosted by me every December where a cross posting collaboration is worked out between several bloggers for the entire month. Today’s post is by Morgane who writes about how this pandemic has affected her reading habit.… Read More How the Pandemic affected my Reading Habit | Bookish View |

Books, Guestblog, New Post

Atomic Habits by James Clear – | Book Review |

Today for the December Guestpost I have Rachna Parmar doing a review about the book Atomic Habits which has been a treat for me to read too, though I dont generally enjoy non-fiction so much.… Read More Atomic Habits by James Clear – | Book Review |

Books, New Post

Mister God, This is Anna by Fynn | Book Review |

3rd edition of the guest posting for the DecGP2020 and today I have Sunita Saldhana on my blog as she reviews a book for us. I hope you like the review and will let me know how it was for you.… Read More Mister God, This is Anna by Fynn | Book Review |

New Post, Travel

Best Christmas Markets from around the World | Travel Tales |

This is a FTB collaborative post about the best Christmas markets from around the world. So pick up a cup of your favorite brew and sit back to immerse yourself in strolling through these gorgeous festive markets.… Read More Best Christmas Markets from around the World | Travel Tales |

New Post, Travel

5 Favorite Sights in Tasmania, Australia | Travel Tales |

This post is linked with the #GPDec2020 hosted by me every December where a cross posting collaboration is worked out between several bloggers for the entire month. Today we get to travel to some of the gorgeous sights in the island state of Tasmania in Australia via Rajlakshmi… Read More 5 Favorite Sights in Tasmania, Australia | Travel Tales |

Books, Guestblog, New Post

6 Changes in my Bookish life | Books |

This post is linked with the #GPDec2020 hosted by me every December where a cross posting collaboration is worked out between several bloggers for the entire month. Today’s post is by Shilpa who writes about how her reading habit has changed overall and why.… Read More 6 Changes in my Bookish life | Books |

New Post, Travel

5 Unique Vineyard getaways to experience | Travel Tales |

I love wine and indulge in wine tasting sessions in my city whenever I can find the time and money for it. In this post I bring to you my travels to Vineyards across the world which is something I have made it a point to include in my itinerary if I can. There are also a couple of such travel experience of my fellow travel bloggers who have so kindly agreed to contribute on this post. I hope you enjoy reading this – Salut!… Read More 5 Unique Vineyard getaways to experience | Travel Tales |

Books, New Post, Women authors

The Stationery Shop by Marjan Kamali | Book Review |

“Why doesn’t his heart let go? Why do some people stay lodged in our souls, stuck in our throats, imprinted in our minds?” ― Marjan Kamali, The Stationery Shop The Stationery Shop by Marjan Kamali had been trending on my time line for quite some time. So when I saw it on one of my book apps,… Read More The Stationery Shop by Marjan Kamali | Book Review |

Fiction, New Post

An Echo of the Past | Fiction Writing |

This fictional tale was written for the Fiction Monday with Vinitha. The prompt for the 15th edition is ECHO. I hope you like my attempt at it though I have exceeded the word limit by over a 100 words.… Read More An Echo of the Past | Fiction Writing |

Guestblog, New Post, RajasthanTravelStories, Travel

4 Must Visit Museums in the Pink City of Jaipur | Travel Tales |

My guest today is Arvind from Jaipur who is taking us through four of the most visited museums in the Pink City. Jaipur is birth city for me and very special to the heart.… Read More 4 Must Visit Museums in the Pink City of Jaipur | Travel Tales |

New Post, Travel

What’s your Favorite Travel Quirk? | Travel Tales |

I asked a few fellow bloggers to collaborate on this post with me by sharing their favorite travel quirk. A particular thing they do on every holiday or collect something or a food that they must try out, etc. I got some really quirky answers and sharing them with you all. Look forward to hearing back from you.… Read More What’s your Favorite Travel Quirk? | Travel Tales |

Books, My View, New Post, Travel

Invitation for Cross Guest Post Collaboration

Hola folks. I am back with the month long guest post campaign where in you write in a post for me and I write one for you, for all of December 2020. Join in the fun and have your say on topics related to Travel and Books.
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Books, New Post, Women authors

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen | Book Review |

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen is that perfect book to encapsulate the circus life in Post depression America when alcohol prohibition was on an all time high. The romance shown against this backdrop is beautiful and makes you feel warm and tingly inside. Read on my review of this 5/5 rated book.… Read More Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen | Book Review |

Guestblog, KashmirTravelDiaries, New Post, Travel

13 Incredible Shrines of the Kashmir valley | Travel Tales |

Today my guest blogger Namrata Wakhloo takes us through the Kashmir valley to talk about the beautiful shrines that are there. Kashmir was known to be the land of the sufis and saints.… Read More 13 Incredible Shrines of the Kashmir valley | Travel Tales |

Fiction, New Post

What is in a name indeed | Fiction Writing |

“What’s in a name? that which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet.” ― William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet One day my mom and her college bestie were musing over what they would name their first born babies. My mom had a liking for the word Shaleenta as is means decency/modesty… Read More What is in a name indeed | Fiction Writing |

Guestblog, New Post, Travel

Delicious Food Bytes from Uzbekistan |Travel Tales|

A veritable food guide to eating your way through Uzbekistan which has some of the most incredible dishes I have seen anywhere. A guest post by Namrata Wakhloo who is an avid photographer and traveler. All the pictures here have been taken by her. … Read More Delicious Food Bytes from Uzbekistan |Travel Tales|

New Post, Stay, Travel, UttarakhandTravelDiaries

Gourmet affair at the Garden Valley Resort, Uttarakhand | Travel Review |

In March 2020, I was vacationing in the hills of Uttarakhand and happened to visit the Garden Valley Resort for a meal. This is my unbiased review of the food, service and the place. The meal was paid for by us and in no way is this a sponsored post. I was vacationing in Cloud… Read More Gourmet affair at the Garden Valley Resort, Uttarakhand | Travel Review |