Bookish Corner

Top 5 Books in My TBR Shelf

Kon'nichiwa! Today was my third day in 11th grade, and it has been AMAZING!!! I've chosen Humanities, and so far, it has completely exceeded expectations. My class has only 15 people, which is really less compared to the children in other streams! I'm really lucky that there are so few people in my class, because… Continue reading Top 5 Books in My TBR Shelf

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Author Interviews

C. G. Drews – The Boy Who Steals Houses

Yeoboseyo! C. G. Drews, aka Cait from Paper Fury has gotten her new book - The Boy Who Steals Houses - published, and it sounds SO interesting! I can't wait to read it! In the meanwhile, I get to interview her. Let me just say, I LOVE her blog and her bookstagram pictures, and it… Continue reading C. G. Drews – The Boy Who Steals Houses

Bookish Corner

The Best Harry Potter Moments Ever

Aloha! Welcome to my very first collab post! This post is presented to you by The Bookaholic and yours truly. Don't forget to check her blog out, it's awesome! Since both of us are completely weird and absolute Potterheads, we decided to give you our favourite Harry Potter moments, from each of the books. Remember:… Continue reading The Best Harry Potter Moments Ever

Author Interviews

Timothy Jay Smith- The Fourth Courier

Anyoung haseyo! I reviewed The Fourth Courier by Timothy Jay Smith recently, and I really liked his book. Which is why I'm absolutely delighted to have the opportunity to interview him today! Honestly, if you aren't planning on reading this book, you're missing out on something great. Timothy Jay Smith has written three wonderful novels:… Continue reading Timothy Jay Smith- The Fourth Courier

ARC Reviews

The Fourth Courier by Timothy Jay Smith

Nǐ Hǎo!I absolutely adore books of the mystery/thriller genre, so today I'm reviewing The Fourth Courier by Timothy Jay Smith (as you may have guessed from the title). Also, this is my very first ARC review, so yay! All right then, let's get down to business."An exceptional thriller, not to be missed. Timothy Jay Smith… Continue reading The Fourth Courier by Timothy Jay Smith

Book Reviews

The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn

Guess what? MY BOARD EXAMS FINISHED YESTERDAY!!! I'm not even a little bit sorry that I'm shouting right now. Holá! In honour of this happy occasion, I would like to present to you... The Woman In The Window by A. J. Finn! Let's read! Warning: Spoilers ahead. Title: The Woman in the Window Author: A.… Continue reading The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn

Book Reviews

The President is Missing by Bill Clinton and James Patterson

Chairete! Sooooo, I may have lied a little when I said that I hadn't read any new books this year. I assure you, that wasn't intentional.Anyways, I read this phenomenal book called The President is Missing by a phenomenal author, James Patterson. I hope I've given this book the review it deserves. Okay, let's not… Continue reading The President is Missing by Bill Clinton and James Patterson

Book Reviews

All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

Salut! What are the two properties of carbon which lead to the huge number of carbon compounds we see around us? And the answer is... Well, it's quite a long answer. And yes, I was doing chemistry about half an hour back. Anyways, back to our review for the week. Today, I'm reviewing All the… Continue reading All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

Book Reviews

An Eagle in the Snow by Michael Morpurgo

Olá! Today, I was going through some books in my curriculum (not textbooks), and I found this particularly interesting book with a beautiful cover. I read it again and it's still as brilliant as it was the first time. It's so good, and I refuse to hold you from this awesomeness any longer! Warning: Spoilers… Continue reading An Eagle in the Snow by Michael Morpurgo

General

My Pretentious Procrastination Programme

Hallo!Did you like my alliteration?  Wonderful, isn't it? Since my CBSE Board exams are right around the corner, I feel obliged to treat you all to my studying behaviour a.k.a my procrastinating habits.Right, so as I've mentioned before, I am the queen of procrastination, especially when it comes to preparing for exams. Let me now… Continue reading My Pretentious Procrastination Programme