The Jacaranda House by Deborah Challinor

Rating: 4⭐/5 Set in 1960s Sydney, King's Cross, the birthplace of annual Sydney Mardi Gras Parade, The Jacaranda House is a story about motherhood. The theme touches upon each character delicately and is intricately spun to tell an entertaining story. Polly Manaia, an exotic dancer at one of the clubs at King's cross, is desperate … Continue reading The Jacaranda House by Deborah Challinor

Loveless by Alice Oseman -A book review!

"In the end, that was the problem with romance. It was so easy to romanticise romance because it was everywhere. It was in music and on TV and in filtered Instagram photos. It was in the air, crisp and alive with fresh possibility. It was in falling leaves, crumbling wooden doorways, scuffed cobblestones and fields … Continue reading Loveless by Alice Oseman -A book review!

Little women by Louisa May Alcott: A book review.

First published in 1868, Little women is a story about an American family that follows the lives of four sisters, Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth. The story takes the reader through the span of their childhood till they reach motherhood. The four sisters are in no way flawless. While Jo is a literary genius, she … Continue reading Little women by Louisa May Alcott: A book review.

The silk house by Kayte Nunn: a book review!

Rating: 3⭐/5_________________ Blurb (from Goodreads) Weaving. Healing. Haunting. The spellbinding story of a mysterious boarding school sheltering a centuries-old secret by the bestselling author of THE BOTANIST'S DAUGHTER. Australian history teacher Thea Rust arrives at an exclusive boarding school in the British countryside only to find that she is to look after the first intake … Continue reading The silk house by Kayte Nunn: a book review!

When Rain turns to Snow by Jane Godwin : A book review!

When Rain turns to Snow by Jane Godwin is a YA contemporary that revolves around two families that harbours secrets from their children.  The story is set in Melbourne which evoked familiarity in me. In an effort to find out the truth, one of the kids, Reed Lister, sets out into the world with no … Continue reading When Rain turns to Snow by Jane Godwin : A book review!

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: A book review!

I bought this copy at a second hand shop in Mumbai, when I was 19 and ready to go to college. Since then, I tried reading it twice and failed to finish it for the language was too much to get into and I felt discouraged. But I finally picked it up and I am … Continue reading Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: A book review!

Why is it always about you? By Sandy Hotchkiss : A book review!

Rating: 3.5⭐/5____________Written by a psychoanalyst who specialises in the interpersonal aspects of personality disorders, "Why is it always about you?" is a piece of non-fiction that talks about narcissism, its seven deadly traits and how to handle them. The book is very informative and enlightening as it talks about why and how narcissism occurs. The … Continue reading Why is it always about you? By Sandy Hotchkiss : A book review!

Watch “HOW TO SCORE BAND 7 AND MORE IN YOUR IELTS EXAM WITHOUT ANY COACHING | TIPS AND TRICKS| SCORE HIGHER” on YouTube

HOW TO SCORE BAND 7+ IN YOUR IELTS EXAM | TIPS AND TRICKS Do click on the above link to find out how I got a band 8 in my IELTS without spending a single cent on any coaching or any tutor. SELF STUDY YOUR WAY UP TO THOSE HIGH SCORES. Watch the video and … Continue reading Watch “HOW TO SCORE BAND 7 AND MORE IN YOUR IELTS EXAM WITHOUT ANY COACHING | TIPS AND TRICKS| SCORE HIGHER” on YouTube

The Bookling’s Crate

So, recently, I was chosen as a representative for this wonderful book subscription box called The Bookling's crate. The box is based in India and I received my January box today and I cannot even begin to tell you how amazing everything was. As soon as I received it, I uploaded the unboxing on my … Continue reading The Bookling’s Crate