In this third and final recap of my 2020 reading, I present an overview of my reading stats and share the books that earned a place in my heart; books I can’t wait to share with you so you may discover the same joy in reading them, as I did.
How I discovered the PopSugar 2020 Reading Challenge with only a few weeks left and hoped to cover at least half of it.
About the books and bookish activities that kept me sane this year during the pandemic.
An urban comedy with a spine-chilling murder that lands smack dab in the middle of a women’s kitty group, prompting some old-fashioned spy-craft to aid the detective’s investigation.
A fabulously insane comedy with a sprinkling of romance and strong feminist undertones, My Best Friend’s Son’s Wedding is the LOL book of the year.
Whether you are building a business, are an entrepreneur, or simply heading out to shop and have a meal, it is important to understand how GST is applicable to you. This book arms you with knowledge about what you need to know, and why.
Think of Delhi and the first three things likely to come to mind would be traffic, pollution, and, of course, the extreme weather. Pick any one and you can guarantee it has been the reason to ruin an utterly ordinary day within the last 24 hours. If you happen to be a resident of this …
Drawn from her travel experiences and subsequent research around the rich folklore and history of Jhansee, Moupia Basu spins a fascinating historical thriller inspired from the life of the Rani of Jhansee, leading up to the events of the 1857 Mutiny.
Here's me reflecting on another year of reading books under various genres and selecting my top favourites.
As 2018 ends, I share the list of 108 book I read this year.
What are the challenges and perks of handling age-old legacies?
If you come into a position of power through a position of privilege, how do you make sure that you earn respect, more so if you are a woman?
These and many more questions are what Daughters of Legacy seeks to answer through the stories of twelve successful women who grew up with strong business lineages.
Anu is leading a normal life with her husband in her suburban home in Johannesburg when she wakes up one day to find the police knocking at her door. She is arrested and things get complicated when she fails to recall her name. Soon, she discovers her name is not the only thing she forgot. Everything about her seems blurry - her house, her life and her loved ones.
Slowly, she discovers that the life she was leading was a lie and the people she trusted are not who they appear to be. With all that she holds dear at stake, will she be able to save herself and her memories?
This is a book about a boy who fell in love with trains at a very young age, so much that he had the entire railway timetable memorised - for every train, at every station. A boy who stumped his college interview panel with his fascinating knowledge about trains and went on to study at the Indian Railways Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (IRIMEE) and then was commissioned to work in the Indian Railways Service. This is the story of that boy who loved trains.
A fiction and self-help rolled into one, Koi Good News is exactly what you need to know about surviving an Indian marriage AND a pregnancy. Outrageously funny, this is the most hilarious book you'll read this year.
Amaya and Rohan meet online while playing scrabble and soon get chatting, enjoying each other’s company without the usual baggage face-to-face interactions bring. They become an integral part of each other’s lives even before they realize it, and decide to meet. What happens to their virtual relationship when they meet in the real world? Can texting really be the key that unlocks the heart?