Dear Diary | 8 August, 2018 | The One Where I Take The Day Off, Listen To Mr. Doughnut and Read 5 Books!

I don’t think I have much to share with you about my day today. I decided to take an off from work and just relax my mind. I’m fine physically but today I realised I’ve really exhausted my mind and brain. All these days, there’s been a lot I’ve had to do. With building a […]

What would you do if you can’t remember committing a crime? | My Thoughts on The Break Down by B.A Paris | Spoiler-free Book Review

The Breakdown by B.A. Paris My rating: 5 of 5 stars What would you do if you’re stuck in a bad, stormy weather, in a spooky dangerous area. You barely get any signal or reception in your phone there, and you’re alone. Until you see a car, that seems to have a break down. You […]

Dear Diary |22 Oct, 2017 |Last Spookathon day! |Made Sense? Made Sense. 

Dear Diary Despite all the things that go wrong, all the problems and everything that I don’t mention in my blog, I want to say that it’s a beautiful Life. And I wouldn’t want anything to change.   1.26 AM – Posted yesterday’s blog sometime back and then played a few tap tap games! Wanted to […]

Dear Diary | 20 Oct, 2017 | Spookathon Day 5 | My first book by Agatha Christie!

Dear Diary Today is going to be a late start, because most of the day went in yesterday. Made sense? If you’ve read last night’s diary entry , you’d know! I thought today won’t be as bad yesterday, it wasn’t, but we still had some firecrackers-bursting-baffoons doing what they do best! *sigh* (cough! cough! can’t sigh in […]

My thoughts on Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood by Marjane Satrapi | Subtle Spoilers.

“I want to be justice, love and the wrath of God all in one.” For some reason, I find myself with a certain level of difficulty of sharing my thoughts on this particular book. Not that to was a difficult read – not at all. It was one of the easiest, however, it did deal […]

“Words after all are nothing by themselves. They burst into meaning only in the minds they’ve entered” – My thoughts on Ghachor Ghochar by Vivek Shanbhag (Spoiler free)

I found out about this book via an endless page of 4.5-5 stars by various Bookstagrammers and Booktubers. I was intrigued by all the love and admiration this Indian author received globally and instantly wanted to get a copy for myself! (Having said that, my views remain uninfluenced from it all.) Ghachor Ghochar was originally […]

“Don’t let the bastards grind you down.” My thoughts on The Handmaid’s Tale.

“Yes, Ma’am, I said again, forgetting. They used to have dolls, for little girls, that would talk if you pulled a string at the back; I thought I was sounding like that, voice of a monotone, voice of a doll. She probably longed to slap my face. They can hit us, there’s Scriptural precedent. But […]