Hear ye, hear ye! The Indian Lit Readathon is back for its third run, and as one of the organisers, I couldn’t be more excited! For those of you who don’t know, this is a readathon dedicated to reading books by authors who are Indian or of Indian origin. It’s organised by Charvi @ Not…… Continue reading Indian Lit Readathon – Edition 3 | Save Pusthak Rajya
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. As a book blogger, I’ve worked with countless authors and publishers to review and promote their books. There are a few authors that I went on to be in touch…… Continue reading Yarn by Pragya Bhagat
I read the Penguin India edition of this book for the Indian Lit Readathon and was approved for the Grove Atlantic edition (releasing this October) on NetGalley an entire month after I requested it. Goodreads synopsis: All of Kali and Ponna’s efforts to conceive a child—from prayers to penance, potions to pilgrimages—have been in vain.…… Continue reading One Part Woman by Perumal Murugan
I received a copy of this book from Midas PR in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. Goodreads synopsis: When eleven-year-old Dev’s father dies, he can’t stop lashing out at those he loves. Until he meets Sanjay, a sprite-like being who claims there is a battle raging…… Continue reading Gita: The Battle of the Worlds by Sonal Sachdev Patel
The Indian Lit Readathon is this weekend and as one of the hosts, I’m super stoked about it! Click here to read more about the readathon, its rules, and the prompts to follow. If you haven’t registered yet, sign up here! My TBR I haven’t read a whole lot of books by authors from my…… Continue reading My TBR for the Indian Lit Readathon.
Hiya, nerds! If you’ve been following me on social media, you would’ve noticed that all I’ve been talking about for the last couple of days is this readathon. What is the Indian Lit Readathon? The Indian Lit Readathon is a 48 hour readathon where participants read books written by Indian and Indian-origin authors. This amazing…… Continue reading Mark your calendars for the Indian Lit Readathon!
Banned Book Club is a meme I host where we read one historically challenged book a month. We support free speech and fight censorship every chance we get. Join our Goodreads group and DM me on Twitter to join our group chat. Book of the month (May 2018): The Absolutely True Diary of a…… Continue reading Banned Book Club’s BoTM: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie
Hiya, nerds! Welcome to yet another discussion post here on the blog. Today, we’re going to be discussing a topic that’s been plaguing my thoughts for the past few weeks. Should an artist’s actions outside of their craft have an impact on how we perceive their art? If you’re a part of our Banned Book…… Continue reading Chai Break: Is it okay to love the art but hate the artist?
I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. Of all paperbacks authors have sent me for review, I loved the cover of this one the best. Seriously, look at it! It’s so pretty! I started reading this…… Continue reading The Giants Look Down by Sonja Price
Hiya, readers! I’ve been nominated under 3 categories for The Indian Blogger Awards 2017! I’d like to thank my mom, sister, my crippling anxiety about never being good enough, an–oh wait, you do this AFTER you win an award. So, here’s where I could really do with your help. Can you show my nomination some…… Continue reading Reader, I can really use your help right now.