You do know that there are hundreds of shops in a mall, right? All of them open. All of them ready for us to enter their shops and look at their products and then buyRead More
Dear Sushant, Wow. This is damn difficult than I thought it would be. The moment I saw you dancing on the show, Jhalak Dikhla Jaa, I fell in love with the way you moved. IRead More
Consider these books to be three parts of a giant puzzle. Without one part, it’s just incomplete. Some parts might just not make sense.
Erika is living a standard life. She works at a flower store, is actively dating, and lets her best friend make quite a few important decisions of her life as well. She meets a guy and not only just that, she gets married to him in a week’s time.
I was taken aback by the type of writing that I came across in this book. Beautiful descriptions of the settings were something that I loved. It felt like I was present in the mesmerizing hills of Nilgiris.
Gradually, me-time turned into we-time. And my daily life became a quarantine bucket list for most of the people all around the globe. The so-called stressed out extroverts figured out how to beat lockdown time and I started to feel suffocated.
Even though I’m not a shopaholic myself, I could relate to Rebecca Bloomwood’s life quite easily. Apart from that, Sophie Kinsella’s writing is so involving that from the first page, it felt like I was in Becky’s shoes for as long as I could remember.
Dear you, This might be the nth attempt of yours to start a blog. No, don’t cringe at that, it’s a good thing. It means that you still want to try. It means you haven’tRead More