Hey everyone! So, I am back with a wrap up segment in this post for the month of September! It has been a very long time since I did one of these however, the month of September was one of the best reading months this year. Hence, I am happily sharing what all books I devoured the last month! So, without further ado let’s get started!
hello everyone!! it’s been a long time since i interacted with you all. this post will be unrelated to books BUT i’m here to give you a daily reminder that everyone needs the most as well as i’ll be sharing how i’m hoping to get my life together, to explain it in better terms, basically how i am planning to focus positive things and become a better version of myself. Especially my virtual presence is something that i am so ready to work on and eventually become more active than i’ve been these past months!
Hello everyone!✨ I hope you all are doing great and keeping safe!! This year has been not less than a roller coaster ride for all of us. Thus, it’s not a surprise that we cannot wait to say bye to this wretched year. Considering how terrible this year has been it is quite obvious that bookworms like us definitely found their solace in the books they read. Being a bookworm has surely helped many of us to cope up with this year therefore today, I will be sharing the books that made my 2020. They are a list of the best reads as well as the worst reads I read this year. Hope you enjoy! Do let me know if you have read any of these! 🌸
Hello there! I hope you all are doing wonderful and are trying your best at making your quarantine worthwhile. Even if you are not, then that’s okay too! You can always use this time to rest and procrastinate as much as you like because to be honest, at times like this we should just do what our heart wants! However, if you are hoping to get back to reading or are just in need for some quick recs then don’t you worry cause I have got your back! Today I will be sharing all the books I have devoured from the first day of quarantine and I hope that at least one of these will treat you well just the way it did for me! *winks*
Journey to the Forbidden City by Deepa Agarwal
Nineteenth-century Tibet was an unknown entity, a complete geographical mystery to the West.
Where did its capital city Lhasa lie?
Which rivers, lakes and mountains stretched across this land?
Where were its fabled monasteries and legendary goldfields?
And did the magical flying lamas actually exist?
It was next to impossible for a white man to enter this rigorously guarded territory. And so was chosen an intrepid Indian explorer from the mountains of Kumaon-Nain Singh Rawat. Trekking across this country, he risked life and limb and donned innumerable clever disguises as he surveyed the vast expanses and identified countless villages, cities and people. From putting Lhasa accurately on the world map to earning the title of Pundit, his eventful and often arduous travels led to his name being permanently engraved in the annals of Indian exploration.
Based on his actual diaries, this gripping narrative is also a tribute to the indomitable spirit of this fascinating man, who rose from being an impoverished village schoolteacher to a legendary hero.
THE EVENING AND THE MORNING
30 years on from publishing their first novel with Ken Follett, Pan Macmillan announces the publication date of Follett’s new novel, The Evening and the Morning, releasing on September 2020
Thirty years ago, Ken Follett’s ‘The Pillars of the Earth’ was published by Pan Macmillan, which has now sold over 27 million copies worldwide. This new novel is the masterful prequel to his best-loved historical masterpiece and it is set to capture the imagination of long-term Follett fans and new readers alike.
Hey everyone! So, I am back with a wrap up segment in this post for the month of December! In terms of reading, December was a great month where I caught up on my long TBR, especially the books I mentioned in my December Book Haul. Before I begin, I would like to mention that the wrap up segment will include only those books that I have not reviewed on my blog in the month of December and have not talked about in my December haul as well. So, without further ado let’s get started!
Hey guys! Today I’m doing the ‘End of the year tag’. I’ve been meaning to do this since forever and finally I have found the time to do it! I’m pretty sure most of you have already done this tag so I won’t go on explaining much about it and just simply dive into it.
Hey guys! I hope you all are doing wonderful and are enjoying this festive season at it’s best! Today, I am here to share my December Book Haul with you all. Unfortunately, during the early weeks of December, I was caught up with my uni exams so I couldn’t share my haul sooner 😦 So, now that my exams are finally over (cries in happiness!) I am all geared up to share my love for books once again! But before I begin, I would like to mention that the haul for this month is basically me catching up with my long due TBR books. And when I mean “long due” I really mean the books that I have wanted to read since like FOREVER and since not much days are left in this month, I decided to just catch up on my tbr and not add new more new books to it (nervously laughs as adding more books seems pretty tempting! 🙈).
Hello everyone! On this lovely occasion of Children’s Day I am here to share some amazing fun-filled books that will take you back to your childhood and will leave you nostalgic! These books will remind you the day you read your first book and how you fell in love with reading!