#W – Wild by Cheryl Strayed

Genre: Travel Memoir

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About the book:

I was excitedly waiting for W to write about Wild (see, what I did there?) Continue reading


#J – Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

Thanks to Dhivya Balaji, a fellow bibliophile, potterhead, and blogger, for guest writing this post on my blog. You can check her blog out here. She is a book editor as well.

Genre: Tragedy

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About the Book:

Written and performed in 1599, when England was going through political turmoil, this play talks about the (then and now) Continue reading

A To Z Challenge in 3 Days – Can we?

Hi, Folks,

As most of you know I am part of this online blogging community called CBC – The Chennai Bloggers’ Club. While many bloggers completed their A To Z Challenge last month, CBC came up with a challenge for bloggers to finish the pending posts or write new ones by this weekend. The reward? A book. Well, who can say no to books? So, I got my lazy ass off the couch and decided to participate.

Okay, so we need a theme – don’t we?

My theme is 26 amazing books that I have read over the past 21 years 🙂 Continue reading

Open Eyed Meditations: A Book Review

Ha, the happiness of being back with a book review! It’s been a rocky fortnight. In fact, as you all know, it has been a rocky year, but then I am holding on tight to my hopes and dreams – that’s the most you can do when things topple. I was glad to have received this book for review right at the time I was expecting something refreshing and profound to read. Without further ado, here is the book blurb!

Open-eyed Meditations is a beautiful compilation of thoughts wherein each meditation takes you on a journey to the past, bringing a secret herb to heal a problem of the present. A true distillation of ancient wisdom tips for modern lives, this unique self-help book uses the wisdom of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata to solve your everyday problems. Beyond the storyline, something deeper is waiting to be discovered from these ancient texts. This book is an attempt to uncover the hidden layer of wealth that is cleverly packaged within the commonly known storylines. Continue reading