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C for Charlie, C for Celebration

Celebrate every day like it’s your birthday he said. Now, that’s a great idea, isn’t it.

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B for Bravo, B for Balance

My life when I look back over the last few years has been imbalanced in so many ways. I’ve focused on some things and let a lot of others slip. So, this year is all about balancing a lot of things.

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Book Review: Where The Rainbow Ends by Anurag Anand

Having read Anand’s earlier book, I’m glad to have read his next. His writing has gotten better and so has his story telling ability. The pace is good, not slackening at any point. A must read!

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A for Alpha, A for Aspire

Here’s my attempt at an A to Z Challenge. I’m planning to chose words from A to Z for my coming year, words that will push me to do more with my life and dreams.


Book Review: The Gardian Angels by Rohit Gore

After my skeptical start of the story, I must say I enjoyed the book. The blurb had left me wondering if I had done the right thing when accepting the book and the first few pages made me wonder some more but as I read on I started to get curious about the end.

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Book Review: Haveli by Zeenat Mahal

Overall a good book. I enjoyed the peek into the 1970’s and Pakistan. If you are someone who likes old world stories, you’ll enjoy reading Haveli.

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Book Review: Done With Men by Shuchi Singh Kalra

Really needed some light reading and a book on a girl done with men seemed perfect for that :D