Why I love December – Part 1 of 2017

This is my December, this is my time of the year..Linkin Park I just love Decembers. I used to love Septembers too earlier, because that is my birthday month, but I've grown up and grown out of birthdays, so now December stands as the uncontested winner. And why not? There are just so many reasons … Continue reading Why I love December – Part 1 of 2017

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Audiobook review: The End of the Affair by Graham Greene, performed by Colin Firth

My Rating: 5 Stars!! Book & Author: The end of the affair/ Graham Greene Audiobook narration: Colin Firth on Audible Genre: Fiction/Philosophical Oh, I loved this audiobook so much. It was like a balm to my senses, every day on my walks to work or on my train journey to work. Especially when it is … Continue reading Audiobook review: The End of the Affair by Graham Greene, performed by Colin Firth

Book review – The whole shebang! Sticky bits of being a woman by Lalita Iyer

My rating: 4.5 stars!!! Loved this book! Book & Author: The whole shebang! Sticky bits of being a woman/ Lalita Iyer Genre: Funny/Non fiction/Feminist humour/Essays Ok, I know this is a little out of character for me- posting a book review just within a day! Especially when I mentioned in my last post that I've … Continue reading Book review – The whole shebang! Sticky bits of being a woman by Lalita Iyer

Book Review- Bad Feminist: Essays by Roxane Gay

My Rating: 3.5 Stars Book & Author: Bad Feminist: Essays/ Roxane Gay Genre: Essay/Non Fiction/Feminism/Cultural equality My favorite definition of “feminist” is one offered by Su, an Australian woman who, when interviewed for Kathy Bail’s 1996 anthology DIY Feminism, said feminists are “just women who don’t want to be treated like shit.” - From Bad … Continue reading Book Review- Bad Feminist: Essays by Roxane Gay

From hardcover to audiobooks + book review for Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

"Last night I dreamt I went to Manderly again"- The famous starting sentence from a famous book, that was long on my list of books to read. However, before I put down my book review, I wanted to talk about how I 'read' this book. If you had asked me a decade back about my reading habits, … Continue reading From hardcover to audiobooks + book review for Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier

My experiences at the hair salon- the long and short of it

Everyone knows how difficult it is to be a woman. I'm not even talking about all the serious issues like equality, safety, freedom, biological clock, etc etc. I'm talking about the not-so-serious-but-very-important part that comes with being a woman- grooming! Yes, I can hear all the collective sighs from my fellow women friends and readers😏 I … Continue reading My experiences at the hair salon- the long and short of it