So March has been a tough one. ๐Ÿ˜› The world has literally come to a standstill and I am super anxious about my job status but let us wait and see how this pandemic ends. If anything, the last thing I want is a apocalyptic world. However, I did finallyContinue Reading

You know it’s March when there is so much buzz about Women everywhere. All I wish, it wasn’t just about one day and the way of life. Well, this book gives hope. This book demands for a revolution. I am all for celebrating Women’s Day and everything. In my pointContinue Reading

Let’s be honest, I do not fancy reading about war or politics. I do not understand why people are so religiously driven to an extent they will slaughter people. I do not get why Indian Politics is so fixed on Kashmir and why can’t they see the people living thereContinue Reading

This year, I have made a conscious decision of picking more books written by Muslim Authors, and books that have Muslim Characters, and hopefully books that address the Islamophobic issues in general. I feel it’s the need of the hour especially with so much hate spread in my home countryContinue Reading

January has been an absolute delight reading wise. I have grown fond of learning new things through reading and it has been the best decision I have ever made to not just read diverse authors but reading more on diverse topics that address real issues. In January, I learnt aboutContinue Reading

I have been constantly recommended the Netflix Series – YOU. A quick Google search suggested it was based on a book and here I am following the right chronology of reading the book before the series.:P WHAT IS IT ABOUT? When aspiring writer Guinevere Beck strides into the bookstore whereContinue Reading