I rarely do advertorials/sponsored posts on the blog but being that this is family and I feel comfortable writing about
I started following the author Samira Ahmed on Twitter a while back when her book was yet to be published.
I picked The Mothers by Brit Bennett when it scrolled past me in my library’s newly added digital titles collection.
Nicole is someone I got to know on Twitter when looking for critique partners. As we swapped first chapters, I
Link to my review here.
Head over to my review blog for the review.
I grabbed Nikita Lalwani’s Gifted from my local library’s fall sale. The cover appealed to me and I checked the
A lovely cross generational tale along the lines of Orphan Train. Review up on the blog here.
I started What She Left Behind by Ellen Marie Wiseman after dinner. I settled in, a throw over my lap,
Review of the book The Girl on the Train is here.
“I am not the girl I used to be. I am no longer desirable, I’m off-putting in some way. It’s
I watched my twitter feed go agog at the first trailer release of O Kadhal Kanmani. Reminiscent of Alaipayudhe was
Some infinities are bigger than other infinities. This is a recurring line in the book and sort of encapsulates what
As the weekend wrapped up and the chores for the day were done, I propped my feet up and decided
In that hazy hours between three and five in the afternoon when sleep comes abegging, I decided to skip the
The story starts with a description of the Lowland and somehow you feel desolation fill within you. The story ebbs
I snuck back home a little before 1:00 AM this morning. As I slipped under the covers, in the last
So we head out, my sis in law and a couple of friends late last night to catch Engli-Vingli as
The clock showed 2:00 AM. I sat back and closed my eyes for a few minutes before I went to
I closed the book a little after midnight yesterday. My heart was heavy and sleep eluded me. I started the
This past weekend was a record for me. I caught three movies. Yes! three movies. I watched Sweet home Alabama,