Book Review: Beauty is but Skin Deep (By Sundari )

Book Details Title: Beauty is but Skin Deep Author: Sundari Venkatraman # of pages: 43 Link to Buy: Amazon.in Author Profile Sundari Venkatraman is an indie author who has 41 titles (37 books & 4 collections) to her name, all Top 100 Bestsellers on Amazon India, Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Amazon Canada and Amazon Australia in both…

Book Review: The Contract (By Zeenat Mahal)

Book Details Title:  The Contract Author: Zeenat Mahal # of pages: 110 Link to Buy: Amazon.in Author Profile Zeenat Mahal is the #1 bestselling romance author of She Loves Me He Loves Me Not, Haveli, The Accidental Fiancee, Twice Upon a Time, The Historian and the Hunter and The Contract. She has an MFA in creative…

Weekly Roundup #2: YA Romance

It started two weeks ago, honestly, with Girls Out Late. then, I went on to read a few more YA. Girls Out Late By Jacqueline Wilson The Undomesticated Goddess By Sophie Kinsella The Ex Games By Jennifer Echols Me Before You By Jojo Moyes GR Blog Post The Hating Game By Sally Thorne GR Blog Post…

A Retrospective: The week that was – 19w16

Hello again and welcome to my world! How have you been? First off, I want to take a moment and thank every visitor on my blog. Your time is appreciated 🙂 My Office: Work is going okay, for a change. I have told myself that if I need to stay longer than usual, it is…

Book Review: All I’ve Never Wanted (by Ana Huang)

Book Details Title:  All I’ve Never Wanted Author: Ana Huang # of pages: 626 Link to Buy: Amazon.in Author Profile Ana Huang (also known as ACRL37 on Wattpad) is a Young and New Adult Romance author whose passion for the written word began the moment she first picked up a pen. However, born into a family…

Weekly Roundup #1: Mystery & Thriller

It was Mystery & Thriller Week on Goodreads. Incidentally, I had already started reading mystery before the announcement. I have finished reading two novels by Lee Child. Running Blind The Enemy I have added others to my TBR list after seeing the announcement. Some have moved to ‘Currently Reading’ status. Others are pending. I will post…

Book Review: The Hating Game (by Sally Thorne )

Book Details Title: The Hating Game Author: Sally Thorne # of pages: 387 Link to Buy: Amazon.in Author Profile Sally Thorne is the USA Today bestselling author of the office rom-com The Hating Game (2016). It is her debut novel that has sold in over twenty-five countries and is being made into a major motion picture,…

Book Review: Me Before You (by Jojo Moyes)

Book Details Title: Me Before You Author: Jojo Moyes # of pages: 400 Link to Buy: Amazon.in Author Profile Jojo Moyes is a British novelist. Moyes studied at Royal Holloway, University of London. She won a bursary financed by The Independent newspaper to study journalism at City University and subsequently worked for The Independent for 10 years. In…

Book Review: Big Little Lies (by Liane Moriarty)

Book Details Title: Big Little Lies Author: Moriarty, Liane # of pages: 460 Link to Buy: Amazon.in Author Profile Liane Moriarty is the Australian author of six internationally best-selling novels, Three Wishes, The Last Anniversary, What Alice Forgot, The Hypnotist’s Love Story and the number 1 New York Times bestsellers, The Husband’s Secret and Big Little…

A Retrospective: The week that was – 19w15

Hello again and welcome to my world! How have you been? This is time for a recap of my week. I have missed on 19w11, 19w12 and 19w13. I will post those, soon. First off, I want to take a moment and thank every visitor on my blog. Your time is appreciated 🙂 Office and…

Drama Review: Chhoti Chhoti Batein – Bandhan

It is a series set to narrate disjoint stories, highlighting the small issues that often tend toignore. Does that sound familiar? Read this. The story is written by Saima Akram Chaudhary, a fine writer who gives us quality Urdu content. It is directed by Angeline Malick and is being aired on Hum TV. The first…

Drama Preview: Mohini Mansion Ki Cinderella (Episode 2)

First Episode’s Review The second episode introduced more characters. There was a cricket match that introduced Billa, who was only shown once in the first episode. Uzair’s team beats Billa’s team in the match. Billa looks a bit villanious. Billi continutes to flirt with Uzair. Kaali bribes his brother to bring a skin whitening cream….

Drama Review: Mohini Mansion Ki Cinderella (Episode 1)

It is directed by Ali Tahir and written by Fasih Bari Khan. It was aired on Bol Entertainment. You can read more details here. Fasih Bari Khan is famous for Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewa. I like dark comedy once in a while. I could not watch Quddusi Sahab Ki Bewa completely, but this one looked more…

Song obsession: Sway (Michael Buble)

Song Details Song: Sway Singers: Michael Buble Review This one is my favourite even before I knew the name of the song. The first time I heard it was in the opening act of Hum Awards, if I remember correctly. Then again, Ayesha Omar performed on her cover for the song at Hum Style Awards…

A Retrospective: The week that was – 19w12

Hello again and welcome to my world! How have you been? This is time for a recap of my week. I have missed on a few entries and just catching up. First off, I want to take a moment and thank every visitor on my blog. Your time is appreciated 🙂 I don’t want to…

A Retrospective: The week that was – 19w14

Hello again and welcome to my world! How have you been? This is time for a recap of my week. I have missed on 19w11, 19w12 and 19w13. I will post those, soon. First off, I want to take a moment and thank every visitor on my blog. Your time is appreciated 🙂 My Office:…

Book Review: Quiet Girl (Debbie Tung)

Book Details Title: Quiet Girl in a Noisy World: An Introvert’s Story Author: Debbie Tung # of pages: 181 Link to Buy: Amazon.in Author Profile Deborah “Debbie” Tung is a cartoonist and illustrator from Birmingham, England. Her comics are based on simple (and sometimes awkward) everyday life moments and her love for books and tea. She…

Giveaway: A True Lie (By Shabana Mukhtar)

A True Lie I have just published a novella about life of a teenager, a student of tenth class and her predicaments – academically, socially, romantically. She faces the exam pressure, the pressure to be a nice daughter, the pressure to have a boyfriend. It gets to her. And thus begins a long and seemingly…

Book Review: The Enemy (by Lee Child)

Book Details Title: The Enemy Author: Lee Child # of pages: 496 Link to Buy: Amazon.in Author Profile Lee Child was born October 29th, 1954 in Coventry, England, but spent his formative years in the nearby city of Birmingham. By coincidence he won a scholarship to the same high school that JRR Tolkien had attended. He…

Book Review: Running Blind (by Lee Child)

Book Details Title: Running Blind Author: Lee Child # of pages: 512 Link to Buy: Amazon.in Author Profile Lee Child was born October 29th, 1954 in Coventry, England, but spent his formative years in the nearby city of Birmingham. By coincidence he won a scholarship to the same high school that JRR Tolkien had attended. He…