So many books, so little time!


November 2009

Mehendi pics!!!

I was uploading some pics to Picasa and since there is still relative quiet in the house as everyone is coming tomorrow, I thought I would post some pics before they get lost. (click to enlarge) At lunch: the same… Continue Reading →

Only one week for the wedding!!!

I got my In-Principle Dependent’s pass for Singapore today.(it’s a temporary slip of paper which can be used to gain entry in the Singapore). I am so relieved, now we don’t have to worry about tourist or dependent pass. It… Continue Reading →

My Ring…finally!!!

I hope it’s visible, you could click to enlarge if you want to. It’s basically 2 rows of very tiny diamonds with a slightly larger diamond in the center. This is my Mangalsutra, another essential in a Hindu wedding (except… Continue Reading →

Kabul 24 by Henry O. Arnold and Ben Pearson

Title: Kabul 24 Author: Henry O. Arnold and Ben Pearson Genre: NonFiction Rating: 3.75 out of 5 My thoughts: Kabul 24 is about 24 people taken hostages by the Taliban in 2001. Out of these 24, 8 were foreigners and… Continue Reading →

The Everafter by Amy Huntley

Title: The Everafter Author: Amy Huntley Genre: Young Adult Hardcover: 256 pages Publisher: Balzer + Bray (September 29, 2009) Rating: 4.5 out of 5 About the book: (from Amazon) Madison Stanton doesn’t know where she is or how she got… Continue Reading →

WeeklyGeeks: Networking

Book blogging, as a concept, is essentially pretty simple: If you have Internet access and an opinion about a book, you can be a book blogger. However, actually maintaining a book blog is much more complicated — our blogs are… Continue Reading →

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Title: Thirteen Reasons Why Author: Jay Asher 320 pages Genre: Young Adult Publisher: Razorbill; 1st edition (October 18, 2007) Rating: 4 out of 5 stars My thoughts: Thirteen Reasons is the story of Hannah Baker and as the book title… Continue Reading →

Women Unbound Challenge: Reading list and recommendations

I’m joining one more challenge but this one runs through next year so that’s good. I have read a lot of books with the “Women Unbound” theme but mostly they have been memoirs. So I thought I’ll do a list… Continue Reading →

Random Updates

These updates do help me get things into perspective and see what all is going on with my life. You are probably not that interested but you get to read them anyway. First things first. It’s getting very cold and… Continue Reading →

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