Hey everyone! As you all might have seen, I had not been having very good months in terms of reading but this month, I finally made some progress and read 3 books, woohoo!
Hey everyone! I am finally out of my reading slump and I read this empowering book by Jeannie vanasco in which she talks about her life experiences, especially focusing on one instance of sexual assault.
WARNINGS: sexual assault, rape with graphic detailing
MY RATING: 4 STARS
It’s already a 3rd into November and I’m finally sharing my goals – better late than never, right?
So, here we go!
Hey, so let’s see what October was like!
October was a long month and a lot of things happened.
I graduated from high school (technically I didn’t as I still have to give exams in March and then I will get the results in May, which is when I will truly graduate).
We had our Annual Function as well, which included the graduation ceremony, and it was so much fun!
This month, we also had Diwali, which is a very important Indian Festival.
Hey everyone! I am finally out of my book hangover and so, after a long month, I am finally here again with a book review of an amazing book which I thoroughly enjoyed!
MY RATING: 4 stars
DISCLAIMER: I received an Advanced Readers Copy from Netgalley but that does not in any view affect my views on these books.
Hey everyone! I thought I’d discuss with you all what it is like to be an international reader today since I really can not seem to get back into reading after my book hangover and hence, have no reviews to post and nor any motivation to do any book tags.
Hey everyone! It’s already October and the year is almost about to get over but I am not done with my reading list for this year.
So, today I am going to share with you all 5 books that I really want to read before the end of this year!