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[G] Guernsey Literary & Potato peel Pie Society #AtoZchallenge

When I first heard of the book title Guernsey Literary and potato peel pie society- I was truly flummoxed! What on earth is this book about? But when I read the blurb I was totally convinced to read it through and glad I did for I fell in love with it. It brought alive the magic of letter writing for me.… Read More [G] Guernsey Literary & Potato peel Pie Society #AtoZchallenge

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[E] Elif Shafak’s The Forty Rules of Love #AtoZchallenge

I had been hearing a lot of rave reviews from friends and acquaintances alike about Elif Shafak’s novel The Forty Rules of Love. The underlining theme of Sufism running through this book is what had enchanted them. The book blurb did pique my curiosity and I ended up picking this book. Title: The Forty Rules… Read More [E] Elif Shafak’s The Forty Rules of Love #AtoZchallenge

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The Dalai Lama’s Cat by [D]avid Miche #AtoZchallenge

The Dalai Lama’s cat is quite a delightful book where in a stray kitten is adopted by his holiness and this cat discoveres life and his teachings to bask in them. Its a funny book with some great lessons in it.… Read More The Dalai Lama’s Cat by [D]avid Miche #AtoZchallenge

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[C] The Color Master by Aimee Bender #AtoZchallenge

I read the rave reviews of a fellow reader on Goodreads about a book titled “The particular sadness of lemon cake” which struck me as a very quirky title. I researched the author a bit and decided to read her short story collections titled The Color Master as my first book. The idea was to gauge her writing style and how it would arrest my imagination.… Read More [C] The Color Master by Aimee Bender #AtoZchallenge

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[B] The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath #AtoZchallenge

The Bell jar is claimed to be a semi autobiographical work of the famous Amercian novelist Sylvia Plath who committed suicide shortly after its publication. I had heard much about this book and was not disappointed when I read it. The rich layering of words, makes it an unbelievably classic piece of writing. … Read More [B] The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath #AtoZchallenge

Guestblog, WisdomWednesday

[ #WisdomWednesday ] Decoding a Book Review

This month’s #WisdomWednesday features how to do a Book Review and for that I have been fortunate enough to have on my blog Inderpreet Uppal- a published author to talk about it. Read on to see a great offer for the readers of this blog which the author has so generously offered.… Read More [ #WisdomWednesday ] Decoding a Book Review

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Book Chronicles – TBR 2017

  Every year I sign up quite eagerly for the Goodreads and HT Brunch ‘s reading challenges and nominate a number of books to read in the year. Its more to egg myself on than anything else. Last years reading score was pretty dismal as somehow I lost steam midway in the year and ended… Read More Book Chronicles – TBR 2017