Imperfect chemistry || is it possible to love the main character this much?

Title: Imperfect Chemistry Author: Mary Frame Genre: NA contemporary Status: Standalone Goodreads Synopsis: "Perfectly imperfect characters and situations make Frame's debut novel sparkle...there's a very real sense of character growth, brought to life by an evolving narrative style that parallels Lucy's metamorphosis. The blend of humor and heart makes for a thoughtful, highly entertaining read."… Continue reading Imperfect chemistry || is it possible to love the main character this much?

Things you should keep in mind when asking me for book recommendations

All of us who read a lot have been, at least once, asked for book recommendations. I get asked a lot because I used to be the only one in my school in my year who read so much. Seeing how I was all the time happy, crazy and talking about books like they're reality… Continue reading Things you should keep in mind when asking me for book recommendations

7 2016 reads that I want to re-read

2016 has flown by! It's 2017, my first semester end exams are over and I'm trying to chill as much as possible before the start of next sem (which is just days away!). Although not that great in other areas of life, the year was pretty good reading-wise. I did manage to read more books in… Continue reading 7 2016 reads that I want to re-read

Holding up the universe || story of a face-blind boy and an overweight girl

Title: Holding Up The Universe Author: Jennifer Niven Genre: YA contemporary Status: Standalone Goodreads Synopsis: Everyone thinks they know Libby Strout, the girl once dubbed “America’s Fattest Teen.” But no one’s taken the time to look past her weight to get to know who she really is. Following her mom’s death, she’s been picking up… Continue reading Holding up the universe || story of a face-blind boy and an overweight girl

Fifteen seconds of normal || I liked it way more than I expected

When I first checked out this book on Goodreads after seeing that it was available for reviewing, I was unsure. The book had ONE rating and review, and it was a five-starrer. Naturally, I was suspicious, wondering whether the book is actually good (because many times I've been misleaded by too many five-stars for a book which doesn't deserve it). But the synopsis sounded good, the cover looked good, and I wanted to give it a shot. I am so glad I did because it turned out to be really good!

I’ve been blogging for a year + long overdue Q&A

  Y'all! Can you believe it! It's been a whole year since I started blogging! Because I can't believe it. Time has passed so so very quickly and to think that I've been blogging for 366 days blows my mind! And the amount of support I've received from everyone has been wonderful. I honestly thought I would… Continue reading I’ve been blogging for a year + long overdue Q&A

Crooked Kingdom || MA SQUAD BABIES COME HEA + I adore Kaz

Title: Crooked Kingdom (Six of Crows #2) Author: Leigh Bardugo Genre: YA fantasy Status: Book 2 of Six of Crows Goodreads || Amazon IN || Amazon US || Amazon UK || book depository || B&N || Synopsis: Kaz Brekker and his crew have just pulled off a heist so daring even they didn't think they'd… Continue reading Crooked Kingdom || MA SQUAD BABIES COME HEA + I adore Kaz

What NOT to do when you are studying

All of us have faced the problem of not being able to concentrate while studying. What is the problem? Distractions. But then, you already know that, and my blogger goal isn't to tell you everything you already know. Today, I'm here to mention a few things which could cut down your distractions while studying: When you have… Continue reading What NOT to do when you are studying

A Classic A Month challenge

Another reading challenge I'm participating in! This one is hosted by my friend Charley from awriternamedcharley. (My laptop is running out of charge so I'm going to do this fast) This challenge is basically the title: to read one classic every month of this year. I don't like reading classics so this will give me… Continue reading A Classic A Month challenge

My December bullet journal

It's been so very long since I did a bullet journal post, especially one that shows my bullet journal spreads. I think I stopped when I did all my blog planning in advance and just let this slide. Anyway, since I'm changing the way I'm bullet journalling this month with the start of 2017 and all that, I thought it would be good to show how I used to bullet journal. And I promise I'll show my Jan spread next month.