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My Top 3 Must Read Romances

3 Must Read Romances
My top 3 must read romances to fill the evenings with love and happiness! If you haven’t read these, you should!

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Another First – My First 5K at the Pinkathon

#IAmAFinisher at Pinkathon

The first time you do something, anything, it’s special. This year’s Pinkathon 5K was a first for me – My first 5K, My First Pinkathon!

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2015: My Year in Books 

My Year in Books 2015

My learnings, plans for next years, stats about my reading, some of my favourite books for 2015,… all that in My Year in Books: 2015.

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Indian Reads… #2: Chat with Author C G Salamander

Interview with C. G. Salamander

After reading C G Salamander book I was intrigued by the workings of a mind that created Palms Foster Home for Peculiar Stories. And that’s the seed of this interview.

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Book Review: The Thirteenth Day by Aditya Iyengar

 

A retelling of the Mahabharata this plot isn’t new and yet feels so. The Thirteenth Day was simple and easy to read both in words and sentences. The main and support characters are rich in detail and the set well described. A good pace with no loose ends. I’d recommend this book if your are a epic fan and even if you are not. 😉

 

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2016: Doodling, Running, Gardening & More in Life as Freya

2016 in Doodles

Continuing with the yearly ritual, this post looks back at 2015’s plans and charts the course for 2016. This year I’ve got my #ForeverTBR, Gardening, Zen Doodling, and Running on my list. What’s on yours?

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Book Review: The Bestseller She Wrote by Ravi Subramanian

 

Not just a story of blind ambition and betrayal, The Bestseller She Wrote is also the current state of India’s publishing industry – from author antics to emotional blackmail, Facebook fiascos to newspaper scandals, anything goes and it’s all in the book. For YA and above. Recommended if you are looking for a fast mindless read!

 

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So Long Buddha, Run Free My Child

The Buddha Welcome #BuddhaTheWise

Buddha – The Wise One
11 Sept. 2004 – 22 Dec. 2015

You will be missed Buddha and yet I know you will always be with me, as that little hole in my heart that will be filled again only when we are reunited. Run free my child, I hope you get your very own hammock up there. xxx

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Book Review: The Starriest Summer by Adelle Yeung

 

 

I enjoyed The Starriest Summer by Adelle Yeung and definitely recommend it if you are a Young Adult and into video games and that kind of fantasy…

 
 

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