Ten Books I’d Buy Right Now If I Had A Gift Card

Top Ten Tuesday meme that was originally created by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic:

Ten Books I’d Buy Right If I Had A Fully Loaded Gift Card

In case, you didn’t know, I mostly buy e-books and read them on my Kindle and will only buy a physical copy if I loved it. I mostly buy ebooks and read them on my Kindle This helps me build a collection of books I know can read and enjoy whenever I want. Therefore, this list may also have books that I have already read but do not own a physical copy of.

Six Of Crows

Six Of Crows Book Cover

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child (Pre-order!!)

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Book Cober

The Raven Boys 

The raven boys book cover

Red Rising 

Red Rising

The Falconer 

The Falconer

The Alchemist 

The Alchemist Book Cover

Empire of Storms (Pre-order!!) 

Empire Of Storms Book COver

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

The Siren

The Siren Book Cover

A Darker Shade Of Magic

A Darker Shade final for Irene


I want to buy even more books, but since I could choose only 10 these are the ones I chose!

What are the books you would buy?

Comment and let me know 😀


July Warp Up

July has been a very interesting month for me. I finally served my 2 month notice period at work and was a free bird again. I also went on a trip to Dubai, which was a very hot trip but it was super fun nonetheless! I am also going to be moving into my hostel/dorm at Uni by the 15th of August. It feels really strange, going back to being a student after almost a year and a half. Yet, I have come to realise that after these two years I will have to work for the rest of my life!! That is enough to give me nightmares. I also completed one year as a book blogger!

As for my life as a reader, I have read 12 books this month! That is a lot of books all things considered (read: travelling, uni shopping, etc). The reviews for all the books won’t be published this month, but I am hoping by mid-week of August all the reviews for the books I read this month should be up.



*in order of publication

Where Have I Been? [Update]

The Sunshine Blogger Award [Award]

The School Of Good And Evil By Sonam Chainani [Book Review]

One Year Blogiversary 

Top Ten Tuesday: Book Have Made Me Want To Do [ 26th July 2016]

Dubai Dairies: The City At First Glance [Travel]

My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows [Book Review]

Most Likely To Book Tag [Tag]


Marie from Drizzle & Hurricane Books posted about What Does Being a Bookworm Realy Mean.

Iridescence from  Light Up The Shining Night Stars shared her experience about blogging every day. You check here post here.

Lucy from Blonde Write More posted about how blogging daily for a year has changed her. (Lucy: I wish I could blog daily for a week! A year is an amazing job!! #inspired)

Ava from Bookishness And Tea says why she loves rereading books.

Divya from Endless Pages, did a guest post on Princessica Of Books talking about the Cons of Being A Bookworm In India (Completely relatable!!)

Aentee has come up with an amazing idea mash up Pokemon and books! She is hosting a The Pokemon Indigo League Read-a-thon. You can read about it and sign up here.

Fadwa from Word Wonders wrote about Things No One Tells You About Being A Book Blogger. She is also celebrating her 6-month blogging anniversary!

Divya, again from Endless Pages, shared her favorite Harry Potter Fanart!

Reg from She Latitude made an amazing book look post based on the book Nevernight by Jay Kristoff. Is she talented or what?!

And lastly, for some reflection time, here is a post from Social Refuel, about Why You Shouldn’t Have Too Much On Your Plate.

That’s it for now! I hope you enjoyed my posts on the blog and please do visit and check out all the posts by other bloggers. They really are good ❤

Have you read any of the books mentioned? 

Have you already read the above posts from other bloggers? 

Comments and let me know!! 

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Most Likely To Book Tag

Calliope @ Calliope The Book Goddess tagged me to do the Most Likely To Book Tag! You guy should go check her blog out!

Here are the rules: 

Basically, you write down 18 character names on pieces of paper and choose three at a time. Each round will have three options, and you sort the characters into who would be “most likely to” do each thing.


Who’s most likely to…

1. Have kids first

2. Cry at a movie

3. Get arrested

Characters I picked: Eleanor from Eleanor and Park, Hermione from Harry Potter and Maxon from The Selection.

I think Maxon would have kids first, don’t ask why I just have a feeling. Eleanor will cry at a movie and our dear Hermione will get arrested! Unless, of course, Hermione apparates away.


Who’s most likely to…

1. Become a crazy cat lady/man

2. Become a multi-millionaire

3. Start knitting as a hobby

Characters: Jamie from A Walk To Remember, Cia from The Testing Series and Katniss from The Hunger Games.

Katniss would become a crazy cat lady, who will throw her cats at you if you annoy her. Cia will become a multi-millionaire and Jamie will start knitting.


Who’s most likely to…

1. Be a closet nerd

2. Become an actor/actress

3. Fall down the stairs

Characters: Ronnie from The Last Song, Hazel from The Fault In Out Stars and Peeta from  The Hunger Games.

Hmm… this is a tough one. But I think Ronnie will be a closet nerd, Hazel will be an actress and Peeta will fall down the stairs. :p


Who’s most likely to…

1. Collect that many books they have a personal library

2. Win the Hunger Games

3. Be Tumblr famous

Characters: America from The Selection, Edwards from Twilight and Queen Lavana from The Lunar Chronicles.

Edward will have a personal library since you know he has a lot of time to collect said books. Lavana will DEFINITELY win the Hunger Games and America will be Tumblr famous because she will have everything she needs to be Tumblr famous.


Who’s most likely to...

1. Go through a goth phase

2. Have a one night stand

3. Go to comic con

Characters: Finnick from The Hunger Games, Landon from A Walk To Remember and Snape fromHarry Potter

Goth phase? Snape is almost already as goth as goth gets! Landon will go to comic con and Finnick will have a one night stand


Who’s most likely to…

1.  Get married

2. Have a cool mug collection

3. Be a night owl (stays awake most of the night)

Characters: Ron from Harry Potter, Harry from Harry Potter and Bella from Twilight.

Bella will be a night owl, since she cant really sleep anymore! Ron will have a cool AF mug collection and Harry will / is already married!

I tag everyone!

This tag was too much for me to choose just a few, so anyone who is interested in doing this, go ahead. Let me know if you do it though, so I can see who was put where ❤


Book Review: My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows

My Lady Jane Book CoverTitle: My Lady Jane

Author: Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows

Genre: Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Young Adult

Series: Stand Alone

Publisher: Harper Teens

Format: Kindle

Source: Bought

Publication Date: June 7th, 2016


The comical, fantastical, romantical, (not) entirely true story of Lady Jane Grey. In My Lady Jane, coauthors Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows have created a one-of-a-kind fantasy in the tradition of The Princess Bride, featuring a reluctant king, an even more reluctant queen, a noble steed, and only a passing resemblance to actual history—because sometimes history needs a little help.

At sixteen, Lady Jane Grey is about to be married off to a stranger and caught up in a conspiracy to rob her cousin, King Edward, of his throne. But those trifling problems aren’t for Jane to worry about. Jane gets to be Queen of England.


For everyone who knows there was enough room for Leonardo DiCaprio on that door.

And for England. We’re really sorry for what we’re about to do to your history.”
― Cynthia Hand

I wasn’t planning to read this book initially and I am so glad I did! This book is so hilarious and super fast to read.


The story is loosely based on Jane Grey and King Edward Tudor VI. What the synopsis doesn’t mention is the magic in this book! This historical fiction has shapeshifters. They are called Eðians (pronounced as eth-y-uns) and they shapeshift into animals that coincide with an individual’s characteristics. They are also generally oppressed by those who can’t shapeshift. What I loved about this book is how beautifully the authors took real historical elements and integrated them into their magical world.


The pace was a little out of it sometimes yet it didn’t deter me from reading.  What I didn’t like in the beginning but loved by the end was how the authors broke the fifth wall and often spoke directly to me.


I absolutely loved all the characters in this book! Don’t expect to make deep connections with the characters because that is not what the book is meant for. Instead be ready to find the characters charming, funny, and adorable. I especially loved Jane – she is bookish, smart and a strong willed girl. The book also covers female empowerment and I loved that too.

Overall, I was surprised I loved this book so much. This is something you should read when you want a good laugh. This is a perfect summer book – light and enjoyable.

Do I recommend this book? Hell yeah!

Plot : 4/5

Pace: 3.5/5

Characters: 4.5/5 

Overall: 5/5

Have you read the book? 

Did you like it? 

Let me know in the comment below!

You know I love talking to you guys ❤



Dubai Diaries: The City At First Glance

I wanted to travel to some place, that’s all I knew. I didn’t care where I would go, but I knew I needed to leave. There were two major reasons for that:

  1. I was going back to university after working for a year, so I needed a vacation.
  2. My best friend went to all the places I wanted to go to, and I was getting tired of simply sitting at home and being jealous.

That’s why I made that call to my mother about how she needs to let me go somewhere! And to my surprise, she said I could go to Dubai. And that’s how I was on my way to Dubai on the 7th of July.


I knew even bore I left that I had to make a post about my trip, but I wasn’t sure I would go about doing it. I went to SO MANY places – even though it summer and half the places were all closed – which is why it didn’t seem right to just make one post about it all. Therefore, there will be a series of posts about various places I visited. Let’s get started on this one, shall we?

Now fair warning, I did take all the cliche pictures from the airplane and stuff, but I swear to God it was all so beautiful! ❤

Oman Hatta Border

That is the Oman Hatta border. I did some research and Wikipedia says, Hatta, located in the Hajar Mountains, is the inland territory of the emirate of Dubai, UAE. It’s where all the emiratis go during summer since its located to the south-east of Dubai and is away from the coast.


The desert people! I couldn’t go for a desert safari due to the heat, but I am assuming this is where I would have been.

Dubai City

Dubai is so full of tall buildings! No wonder Dubai is well known for its skyscrapers and architectural wonders. This was the view when I was on my way from the airport to my aunt’s place. That’s where I stayed during this entire trip.


What do you think of the post so far? This was just me entering into Dubai.The lovely city of Dubai is still in store. I cannot wait to show you everything! I will soon put links below to all the posts in the series and they will start working as and when I post them, so stayed tuned.

Here is what I want to know –

Have you been to Dubai? How was your experience?

Do you live in Dubai?

Comment and let me know! 😀 


TTT: Books Have Made Me Want To Do

Top Ten Tuesday meme that was originally created by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic:

Books Have Made Me Want To Do


The Alchemist Book Cover


Fangirl Book Cover

Learn Magic


Be A Badass Fighter

Th Queen Of Shadows Book Cover

Be A Part Of A Heist 

Six Of Crows Book Cover

What books make you want to do/learn something new?

Do you share the same feelings as me about these books?

Comment and let me know 😀


One Year Blogiversary

I can’t believe it’s been a year since I started blogging! Well, technically my blogging anniversary is on the 30th of June, but I forgot about it in my excitement of travelling to Dubai.

Rather than talking about the stats of the blog, I would like to THANK each one of you! You guys have been so welcoming, even after I quit blogging for some time.My very first post wasn’t an introduction, but a review of Paper Towns by John Green. When I published that post, I never thought I would make such amazing friends and be a part of such an awesome community. So thank you so much for all the love and support you guys have shown me this year. Every comment, every like, every share means a lot ❤

I sat down and looked back at my old posts and realised how much everything has changed. The way I review books have changed so much over the last year. I have also been a part of Top Ten Tuesday ( I tend to do them on a Wednesday since somehow I always miss Tuesday on the calendar :p). I also have a blogging tips series, though I have only published one post so far, you can read it here.

I have so many more ideas that will slowly start making an appearance on the blog. I really hope you guys will like it. But for now, I want to ask you a few questions, if you wouldn’t mind.

  • What types of posts do you enjoy the most?
  • Would you like to see more posts about India? (Like the one here)
  • Do you like the blogging tips series? Do you have any suggestions and advice for me? 

Let me know in the comments!

THANK YOU so much for all the love and support. I love you guys ❤