Mr. Doughnut, it was all about veganism and a sleepover | 14 & 15 April, 2018

Hi Doughie I miss you! 7:11 AM: It’s time to hit the gym again! I’ve been feeling much better with all the exercising and workout. Surprisingly, I’ve started to enjoy early mornings! So today apart from cardio, the trainer got me to lift some weights and you know I’ve barely used my right arm to lift […]

Mr. Doughnut, it’s all about miracles, curses and well..hitting the gym! | 13 April, 2018

Hi Doughie, I think it’s time I resume writing Diary entries  but because I don’t get to spend my days with you around, I’d like to address these entries to you just as I’ve been writing letters. My life’s pretty dull and monotonous without you but I’ve been working on keeping myself busy and doing […]

“I had become a foreigner in the place, I had always called home.” | My Thoughts on the Kommandant’s Girl by Pam Jenoff | A spoiler-free book review.

Rating: 3.5 Stars In One Line:A young Jew, living by a Christian name, working under a Nazi Officer, in hopes of being reunited with her husband. Genre: Historical Fiction   “Anna is something wrong?” Yes I want to say. You ran a prison camp for Jews. You keep my parents locked in the ghetto. You […]

Mr. Doughnut, I jumped for the first time in 12 years. | 9-11 March, 2018

Hi Doughie I’m listening to Kommandant’s Girl’s audio book, as I write this. It’s a book by Pam Jenoff, a historical fiction romance. A little different from other books I’ve read based during the Nazi invasion. The narration isn’t that great but it isn’t that bad too. I don’t feel like reading physically, yet and […]

My Inara Stories: Small but spacious! (A cross body bag that can potentially be your best pal!)

Hi there! How are you doing? Moving on from our Wallet Collection (phone wallets and more), I now bring you some handbags/purses that you can carry on your shoulder or cross over your body. Today’s design is quite small in its size but don’t let that make you think it wouldn’t be able to carry […]

My Thoughts on Placard Holder in the Pass by Peeyush Maniyambath

Placard Holder in the Pass by Peeyush Maniyambath My rating: 3 of 5 stars  (According to Goodreads scale) In One Line – A well written character-driven story  that’s refreshing to read and quite thought-provoking.  I’m glad this was my last read of 2017 because its simplicity provoked me to think beyond what we normally see […]

“I taught you to succeed. I goaded you. But when things went wrong…I did not teach you to fail.” My thoughts on If I Had To Tell It Again by Gayathri Prabhu | A spoiler-free book review.

If I Had to Tell It Again by Gayathri Prabhu My rating: 3 of 5 stars In One Line: Read this book to learn strength and patience ; to understand that it’s important to acknowledge and accept ; and learn how to fail. I always find it difficult to “rate” and “review” a memoir. How do […]

“I was okay just a moment ago. I will learn how to be okay again.” My Thoughts on We Are Okay by Nina LaCour | A spoiler-free book review

We Are Okay by Nina LaCour My rating: 3 of 5 stars In One Line: A quick, warm read about loss, grief and moving on – about a young girl & her only family.  I was gifted this book by my friend and I’m so happy to have read it! Yes, I gave it 3 […]

Why I think Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon is unfair and disappointing | A spoiler-free book review

Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon My rating: 2 of 5 stars In One Line: Misguided representation of a highly sensitive health disorder, unfair and disappointing plot line ; good writing style and a quick read with fun illustrations. Before I begin and tell you the reason why this book disappointed me.. let’s look at how this […]