BooksatVioletCrush

So many books, so little time!

Month

January 2009

Happy things Meme…

I was tagged by Melody for this Six Happy Things Meme. Here are the rules: 1. Link to the person who tagged you. 2. List 6 things that make you happy. 3. Post the rules and tag six more people…. Continue Reading →

Review: Jane Eyre

I wanted to read Jane Eyre since a long time but couldn’t make myself do it. Firstly, because I find classics really difficult to read. Secondly, it’s too long. The 490 pages copy I have has very small font and… Continue Reading →

A curse dark as gold…

This book is a retelling of the fairy tale Rumpelstiltskin. The story is set is a small village called Stirwaters. Charlotte Miller’s father dies leaving her a mill. She and her sister try everything to get the dying mill running… Continue Reading →

BTT: Inspired…

Since “Inspiration” is (or should) the theme this week … what is your reading inspired by? This is a really nice question. But I am not really sure how to answer it. The one line answer would be ‘I love… Continue Reading →

Protected: Weekend…

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Things that make me happy…

I am so happy and excited and honored and thrilled for the awards I have received. J.Kaye has awarded me these 2 awards.             And Elizabeth has awarded me the butterfly award. Actually there were… Continue Reading →

Mommy I'm still in here…

Title: Mommy I’m still in here One family’s journey with bipolar disease Author: Kate McLaughlin Genre: Memoir Behler Publications Rating: 5 out of 5 stars I am constantly surprised by the knowledge books provide, the way they let you experience… Continue Reading →

Mommy I’m still in here…

Title: Mommy I’m still in here One family’s journey with bipolar disease Author: Kate McLaughlin Genre: Memoir Behler Publications Rating: 5 out of 5 stars I am constantly surprised by the knowledge books provide, the way they let you experience… Continue Reading →

The last Empress

The first book Empress Orchid is about how a young village girl of 17 called Orchid becomes the Empress of China. The book ends with her husband’s death and with her taking the reins of the kingdom. All I can… Continue Reading →

Photoblogging: cleaning the bookshelf…

As you can see, my small bookshelf was stuffed with books; there was absolutely no space to fit in more. And each shelf here has already 3 rows of books. So I decided to do a little cleaning so that… Continue Reading →

© BooksatVioletCrush — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders Noren — Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: