“Because once you become a parent, you learn that love can involve more fear than you had ever imagined, and you never quite look on the world in the same way again.” | My Thoughts on I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll. | A Spoiler-free Book Review

I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll My rating: 5 of 5 stars Gripping from start to finish, I am so glad I read it in a weather setting of October! It’s been a while since I read a thriller this gripping and enjoyable. I read this with my best friend and we had to […]

My first Inktober and My Second+Third Week – Studying Art & A Collection of Books I read.

Hey! I’m back with some more Inktober fun! This time, with some bookish goodness too. So this week, I didn’t make enough art pieces that I could share online because this week I decided to study and practice different  forms of illustration from comic books and graphic novels. Since it was completely done from other […]

“You only really know what a smile means when you own the face behind it. Everyone else just sees the smile they expect it to be.” | My Thoughts on The Shock of The Fall by Nathan Filer | Spoiler-free.

  “Mental illness turns people inwards. That’s what I reckon. It keeps up forever trapped by the pain of our own minds, in the same way that the pain of a broken leg or a cut thumb will grab your attention, holding it so tightly that your good leg or your good thumb seem to […]

“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 […]

“I’ve learned that to be courageous is to feel fear within, every step of the way.” | My Thoughts on Flawed by Cecelia Ahern | A Spoiler-free Book review

Flawed by Cecelia Ahern My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars One of my main reasons to pick a Cecelia Ahern book is to bring some happiness to my usual heavy reading. And that’s why I got a copy of Flawed, without reading the synopsis, and decided to read it last year. This book isn’t your typical […]

My Love for Audio-Books ; Favourite App for Audio-Books and My Thoughts on Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick! – Podcast #1

  Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick My rating: 5 of 5 stars My first proper audio book and oh my did I enjoy it!! Anna Kendrick invites us to get to know her a little better through this very modern and social media-esque memoir. She narrates it herself and of course it was nothing […]

Dear Diary | 16 Dec, 2017 | The One Where We Follow Mr. Doughnut!

Dear Diary  I look more like winter, than winter looks like winter. Made sense? made sense. It’s so cold! 😀 Early Morning: (Starts whenever I wake up!) Reading, emails, work, tea, Mr. Doughnut.   Mr. Doughnut:    After lunch: When I REALLY wanted to clean my room, wait for Mr. Doughnut to settle down and then came […]

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 […]