Reading updates: WWW Wednesday

The three Ws stands for the following questions. What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? Currently Reading: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee Recently Read: Normal People by Sally Rooney Next Read: My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite What is your WWW? If you have read any of these books, please let me … Continue reading Reading updates: WWW Wednesday

Convenience Store Woman : #JapaneseLit ★★★.5

It is a short, quirky and idiosyncratic story with its set of blemishes. The protagonist Keiko won’t leave you easily. Though she may not be very relatable you would want to read about her more to get some insights on how she functions. Keiko is socially oblivious yet she makes multiple attempts to fit into the same ‘social circle’ by imitating others. The circle of … Continue reading Convenience Store Woman : #JapaneseLit ★★★.5

WWW Wednesday | 13/06/18

Hello, bookworms! Let’s talk about this week’s three W’s. WWW Wednesday is a weekly meme formerly hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm and currently revived by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words. The rules are very simple. The three Ws stands for the following questions. What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? Currently Reading I started with … Continue reading WWW Wednesday | 13/06/18

Tag | The Zombie Apocalypse Book Tag

Greetings everyone. Today’s tag is Zombie Apocalypse Book Tag in which I have to make a zombie team with book characters. For the background let me tell you that I don’t like anything scary. I am a person who gets scared very easily and by anything. It is to the extent that I haven’t watched any horror movie or read any scary books. So, obviously, I don’t … Continue reading Tag | The Zombie Apocalypse Book Tag

How to successfully make a TBR

Randomly picking a book comes with unprecedented happiness and surprises. Once upon a time, I was a random reader. A pre-determined TBR list used to intimate me because of the constant pressure involved in ticking off books from the list. However, not long ago I have started planning a monthly TBR beforehand. It has helped in multiple ways as I have experienced a tremendous growth in me as … Continue reading How to successfully make a TBR