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How to write a great Book Review: 12 cool tips

What is a Book Review? A Book Review is intended as an expression of a critical and honest opinion of the review writer about the book. In no way is it just a brief summary of the book or just presenting the author’s view/intent in writing it. The review is written to evaluate the contents… Read More How to write a great Book Review: 12 cool tips

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#Bookview-12 Bookish Hits & Misses of 2019 for me

Here is a recap of my reading year 2019 in this post with all the Hits & Misses. I managed to complete some of my reading challenges too and that was a huge relief for me as in the past few years I have lagged behind on most!!… Read More #Bookview-12 Bookish Hits & Misses of 2019 for me

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#BookView – Slaying that TBR Challenge 2020

Soumya & I bring to you an exciting reading challenge for the 2020 to get you cracking down on that ever building up TBR of yours. Get out all of your unread books and match them against our prompts to help you read some of those unread books. See you at the sign up!!… Read More #BookView – Slaying that TBR Challenge 2020

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#BookReview – The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

The Little Paris Bookshop came to me as a gift from a dear friend who had read and loved it so  much that she thought I would like it too. I cherish such treasures and assured her of savoring the book. For this is an absolutely sensuous book which deals with a love for books. If you do get around to reading it, then I hope you treat it so.… Read More #BookReview – The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George

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#Bookstagram- December Book Love on Instagram

This is an attempt to liven up December and my Instagram account. A fellow blogger, Soumya asked me to collaborate with her on a month long book sharing feed on Instagram via some interesting prompts. I hope loads of my fellow book lovers join in and make this a fun ride… Read More #Bookstagram- December Book Love on Instagram

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#MyMojo – 10 books that will get one out of a reading rut by Venice

Today Venice shares some of her go-to books to get out of a reading funk. Read all about her choices and see which ones reach out to you too.… Read More #MyMojo – 10 books that will get one out of a reading rut by Venice

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#MyMojo – 5 Iconic female characters from books by Tulika

Hola people -Here is Tulika (another of my fav book reviewers) who is going to about some strong female protagonists that she has come across in her reading… Read More #MyMojo – 5 Iconic female characters from books by Tulika

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#MyMojo – 5 favourite humour books shared by Lavanya

Today Lavanya Srinivasan talks about five of her favourite humour books and why she thinks they maybe so for her. Check out her list in this guestpost… Read More #MyMojo – 5 favourite humour books shared by Lavanya

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#MyMojo – 5 Indie authors I look Upto by Anupriya Gupta

Today Anupriya Gupta talks about her favourite 5 Indie authors that she looks upto. BTW Anupriya is a budding author too & her debut novel is just out and I hope you will show some love to it!… Read More #MyMojo – 5 Indie authors I look Upto by Anupriya Gupta

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TBR Chronicles – July reading joys

This post is all about my book reading in the month of July and a short review of each one to decide how good or bad they were. Due to a forced blogging break, this post is delayed by a month and is being published now… Read More TBR Chronicles – July reading joys

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[Z] Book Thief by Markus Zusak #AtoZchallenge

The Book Thief is a book written about the times of life in Nazi Germany when reading books was a crime. Book burning was celebrated on every street corners and many Germans undertook this activity as a joyous thing to do.
My todays’s post for [Z] is on this book which I have loved reading and feel that the movie does it absolute justice.… Read More [Z] Book Thief by Markus Zusak #AtoZchallenge

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[Y] Yarn-chopper #AtoZchallenge

Yarn-chopper is a 19th century nickname bestowed on a journalist who concocts or sensationalize his stories. He is also called a Yarn-Slinger as he is extremely verbose in telling a tale. I think I would give this apt title to Gerald Durrell after reading his roll-on-the-floor-wet-my-pants funny book – My Family and Other Animals.… Read More [Y] Yarn-chopper #AtoZchallenge

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[X] Xenial – Memoirs of a Geisha #AtoZchallenge

While I wondered at what to do with X, I was also trying to insert Memoirs of a geisha into my list of fav books. The adjective xenial is used to describe a friendly relationship between two parties, in particular between a hospitable host and his/her guests, or diplomatically between two countries. what do you think? Is is too far fetched?… Read More [X] Xenial – Memoirs of a Geisha #AtoZchallenge

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[V] The Vinyl Cafe Series by Stuart Mclean #AtoZchallenge

The Vinyl Cafe is a popular Radio programme by award winning Journalist and writer Stuart Mclean who later compiled them into a series of books. The humour into everyday life stories is what makes this writer stand out a cut above the rest for me.… Read More [V] The Vinyl Cafe Series by Stuart Mclean #AtoZchallenge