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13 short stories you can finish your Goodreads reading challenge with

Heya, nerds! There’s just a couple more weeks for this year (and this decade!) to end. Most of us are scrambling to finish our Goodreads reading challenges before the year ends. We all know numbers don’t matter and reading is only for our happiness, and yet, achieving the arbitrary number that you’ve set as your…… Continue reading 13 short stories you can finish your Goodreads reading challenge with

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The Death of Mungo Blackwell by Lauren H. Brandenburg

I received a copy of this book from the publicist in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. If you’ve been following me for a while now, you’ll know just how much I love dark humour and quirky books. The fact that this book is about a family…… Continue reading The Death of Mungo Blackwell by Lauren H. Brandenburg

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What happens when a bot writes your blog posts

Have you ever wondered if you’d be replaced by AI in the near future? I know I have. What if a bot could learn all about my style of writing and create a post of its own for this blog? Well, one of my techie friends gave me my answer. A while back, he was…… Continue reading What happens when a bot writes your blog posts

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Blog tour: A Mrs. Miracle Christmas by Debbie Macomber

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. I may not celebrate Christmas, but I’ve always loved watching Christmas movies. I’ve read very few Christmas books, though, so I immediately jumped on the opportunity to see if my…… Continue reading Blog tour: A Mrs. Miracle Christmas by Debbie Macomber

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The Mousetrap: When 1950s theatre came all the way to India

I was in London a couple of months back and I really wanted to watch The Mousetrap and experience Witness for the Prosecution. You know, the best activities for someone who spent their entire teenage years reading Agatha Christie and P.D. James. Ticket and time availability–or lack thereof–foiled my plans, though. So imagine my happiness…… Continue reading The Mousetrap: When 1950s theatre came all the way to India