Yesterday I came to know about Bookending Spring, a month long event hosted by Sam @ Fictionally Sam and Clo @ Cuppa Clo, from Sam’s blog post. The prompts seemed exciting and I felt like joining in. So here goes my first post for it!
(Technically Yesterday’s. But it seemed fun, so why not?)
The Wedding Tag [Original]
(Created by Sam @Fictionally Sam)
An Original tag that plays off the wedding phrase: “Something Old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.”
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I consider these books very important in forming a perspective and wished I had them when I was young. Even though important topics or issues are addressed through these, they are immensely captivating and an easy read. Not boring even for a second.
1. Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi: ‘Persepolis is a graphic autobiography by Marjane Satrapi that depicts her childhood up to her early adult years in Iran during and after the Islamic Revolution.’ It’s an easy but a very informative book.
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Title: Our Life In A Day
Author: Jamie Fewery
Pages: 304 (Hardcover)
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Orion books
Buy Links: AmazonIN|AmazonUS|Bookdepository
The rules are simple: choose the most significant moments from your relationship – one for each hour in the day.
You’d probably pick when you first met, right?
And the instant you knew for sure it was love?
Maybe even the time you watched the sunrise after your first night together?
But what about the car journey on the holiday where everything started to go wrong? Or your first proper fight?
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I haven’t been able to upload this earlier due to my lack of motivation and social isolation. I have been working on my mental health and hope to be more present. Till then here’s the books I read in February. 🙂
1. Landline by Rainbow Rowell
An older couple struggling with their marriage gets a second chance through a magic telephone. A telephone through which Georgie could call Neal 15 years back. I absolutely adored and devoured this book. The dynamics of the relationship between Georgie and Neal, and how they play out and evolve is so real and fulfilling. It’s very heartwarming and I’ve already added it to my list of “The Best Books I’ve Ever Read”. Continue reading “FEBRUARY WRAP UP|2019”
Today’s my stop for the blog your of What We Find by Robyn Carr. It’s the first installment of the Sullivan’s Crossing series. Thank you HQ stories and Mills and Boon for the warm cookies along with ARC. *All views are honest and my own.
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Title: What We Find
Author: Robyn Carr
Pages: 376 pages (Paperback)
Publisher: Mills & Boon
Neurosurgeon Maggie Sullivan knows she needs to slow down before she burns out completely, and the best way she can do that is by heading home to Sullivan’s Crossing.
Indulging in the simple way of life should be the perfect escape. But Maggie’s world is rocked and she must take responsibility for the Crossing. Continue reading “What We Find by Robyn Carr|Giveaway|Blog Tour|Book Review”
Kasie West is an author I got introduced to in 2018. So far I’ve read 2 novel of hers and 1 short story. Here are the mini reviews of the 2 novels I’ve read of hers.
1. By Your Side: It was just a fine read for me. Though the characters were gorgeous and charming, the plot was unnecessarily complicated. I did not like how West tried to tackle the love triangle. What she tried, required a thorough exploration of emotions and that was not done. It was a fluffy YA and should have been kept at just that! I don’t like things done half way. Like if you want to do a chick lit, ace that. Don’t try to throw in some complications just for the sake of some brownie critic points! Specially if you can’t do justice to that!
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