I am really pleased to have got the opportunity to do the cover reveal of Carthick’s Unfairy Tales. It looks like a really great book. CARTHICK’S UNFAIRY TALES BY Carthick Blurb A damsel in distress. An evil dragon. A concerned father seeking a savior to rescue his daughter. A hero galloping off … More Cover Reveal: Carthick’s Unfairy Tales
This post is inspired by Ariel Bisset’s video on this topic. There are a number of books I’m really interested in reading, which don’t seem to be too popular among the book community and here they are. I’m also linking the video which inspired it, so do check it out. So, here’s my list. … More Books I want to read not many seem to be interested in.
I had already made a wrap up post for the Wrap Up books I had read this month. Today, I will talk about the fiction books I had read. So, November was a really mixed kind of reading month for me. There were a lot of great books interspersed with mediocre ones. So, let’s get started. … More November Wrap Up
I must confess I was never a huge nonfiction reader. I’ve always gravitated towards fiction, and so I was not too sure when I decided to take part in non fiction November. However, I did end up reading five nonfiction books and enjoying them immensely. Today, I will talk about all the nonfiction books I … More Non Fiction November Wrap Up
I recently finished watching the first season of Stranger Things (Super late to the party, I know). I thought it was AMAZING, and I thought I’d do this tag. This tag was originally created by Sarah Sunbeemz 1. epic intro. the opening sequence of stranger things is amazing and really grabs your attention. name a book … More Stranger Things Book Tag
The Christmas season offers little cheer for Eileen Dunlop, an unassuming yet disturbed young woman trapped between her role as her alcoholic father’s caretaker in a home whose squalor is the talk of the neighborhood and a day job as a secretary at the boys’ prison, filled with its own quotidian horrors. Consumed by resentment … More Eileen by Otessa Moshfegh
Today I thought I’d talk about some of the authors I had discovered recently whose works I’d like to read more of. Daphne Du Maurier I had read Rebecca recently and I absolutely loved it. I enjoy creepy twisted thrillers the likes of which Du Maurier writes, so I am definitely looking forward to … More Authors I’d like to read more from