So many books, so little time!


November 2010

Books from East and Southeast Asia!!!

Since I have relocated to Singapore, I have been reading more books based in East and Southeast Asia. When I was living in India, I couldn’t differentiate between different nationalities, say an Indonesian and a Korean. But now I think… Continue Reading →

The Volga Ruby by Peter Jobes

Title: The Volga Ruby Author: Peter Jobes Genre: Historical Fiction Set in: St. Petersburg (Russia) Rating: 4 out of 5 My Thoughts: I had this book for some time on my shelf and the only reason I had been avoiding… Continue Reading →

Our First Wedding Anniversary today!!!!!!!!!!!

wow…time flies, I don’t believe it’s already been a year. This is our Wedding Reception picture, I don’t have a better picture. So this is all there is 🙂

Chokher Bali or A Grain of Sand by Rabindranath Tagore

Title: Chokher Bali Author: Rabindranath Tagore Translated from Bengali by Sreejata Guha Paperback: 287 pages Set in: Kolkata (India) Publisher: Penguin Books (January 1, 2003) Rating: 4 out of 5 My Thoughts: Chokher Bali is a Bengali novel written by… Continue Reading →

Wordless Wednesday: Butterfly Garden, Singapore Airport

Prada And Prejudice by Mandy Hubbard

Title: Prada and Prejudice Author: Mandy Hubbard (Blog) Source: Library Paperback: 270 pages Publisher: Razorbill (June 11, 2009) Genre: Young Adult Rating: 4 out of 5 My Thoughts: Callie is a 17 year old average geek girl who has no… Continue Reading →

Sunday Salon

I usually don’t do Sunday Salon but since my husband is working this Sunday I have nothing to do. Blogging seemed like a great idea although I avoid blogging on weekends. I had a hectic week as I have been… Continue Reading →

Paper Towns by John Green

Title: Paper Towns Author: John Green Genre: Young Adult Set in: United States Source: Personal Shelf Rating: 4.5 out of 5 My thoughts: I cursed myself for waiting so long to read it and to discover John Green. I can… Continue Reading →

Wordless Wednesday: Diwali 2010

I’m back or a filler post until I get back into the groove

So I’m back after celebrating Diwali with family and coming back and getting into the daily routine seemed a little boring. Thankfully I had the new house to look forward to. We had shifted all our stuff before we left… Continue Reading →

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