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December 2008

Books read 2008

Okay, time when you list down all that you have read for the year. Last year I did not remember all the books I read, but just wrote a post from all the books I remembered and liked. This year,… Continue Reading →

2008 in review…

Let’s see. 2008 brought a lot of major changes in my life. Firstly, at the beginning of the year, I was totally frustrated with my job, I felt as if I was stuck, not work wise or anything. But I… Continue Reading →

Shakespeare meme

I have seen this meme on many blogs and I am going to do it for the sole purpose of embarrassing myself. What was your first introduction to William Shakespeare? Was it love or hate? You know what? I have… Continue Reading →

Fairy Tales

It’s time for fairy tales people. I have always loved them. ‘Edmund Dulac’s Fairy-Book-Fairy Tales of the Allied Nations’ has fairy tales from across the globe. I can’t tell you how much I loved this book. Every story is beautiful… Continue Reading →

Reviews: Open House and Goalden Girl…

I am trying to finish off all the reviews before the year ends. So today I am reviewing 2 books, Open House by Elizabeth Berg and Goalden Girl by Tracey Morait. Open House by Elizabeth Berg. This book shows Samantha’s… Continue Reading →

Reviews, reviews and more reviews…

I am going to admit that I am lethargic and do a many-in-one post review today. Not because the books do not deserve their own post, but because I was too lazy to review them as soon as I read… Continue Reading →

Mark LaFlamme Guest Post

I am pleased to welcome Mark LaFlamme to my blog today. His first book ‘The Pink Room’ is about a world’s leading physicist who attempts to use the science of string theory to bring his daughter back from the dead…. Continue Reading →

For Matrimonial Purposes by Kavita Daswani

I really cannot describe the story or plot of this book. There really isn’t any. So here’s the blurb from behind the book. Anju wants a husband. Equally important, her entire family wants Anju to have a husband. Her life… Continue Reading →

BTT: Time is of the Essence and stuff…

I am a day late for BTT as I was not feeling well for the past 3 days. I took a leave of absence from work too. Today I am feeling much better and rejuvenated actually. And it’s even better… Continue Reading →

The Knitting circle by Ann Hood

Mary Baxter is at the center of this story. Her life is perfect. She has her husband Dylan and a darling 5 year old daughter Stella and a writing job. Nothing can go wrong with her life. But one day… Continue Reading →

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