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Book Review – Ikigai

I am taking part in the Write Tribe Reading Challenge and I have opted to read 24 books this year (though I am hoping to read more). There are 24 prompts given, and this book adheres to three of them: 3) A … Continue reading

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Book Review – Birdsong

Birdsong, written by Sebastien Faulks is a World War I novel. This is my second war novel of the month and makes me wonder, for a person who has shied away from reading tragic war dramas all her life, why … Continue reading

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Book Review – What the day owes the night

I am taking part in the Write Tribe Reading Challenge and I have opted to read 24 books this year (though I am hoping to read more). There are 24 prompts given, and this book adheres to three of them: … Continue reading

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Write Tribe Reading Challenge 2019

2018 was a good year in terms of reading. I read a lot, more than I had thought, all thanks to the library that opened near my place with a beautiful collection of books and also because of the wonderful … Continue reading

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Book Review – Eighty Hours to Save Karen

Book Review of Eighty Hours to Save Karen – a fast paced psychological crime thriller. #amwriting #amreviewing Continue reading

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Book Review – Forty Rules of Love

Elif Shafak is originally from Turkey who now resides in the UK with her two sons. Though her first language is Turkish, she prefers writing in English. She has expressed her thoughts too on the subject at the end of … Continue reading

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Book Review – A Man Called Ove

I got to know about this book – A Man Called Ove from a few of my blogger friends. When they highly recommended it, I knew I had to read this book. With my birthday approaching, I felt it right … Continue reading

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