Book review – From An-other Land

The book 'From An-other Land' is written by Tanushree Ghosh and was published around Nov 2018. This book surprised me completely from the different stories in it to the language used in the book. Its a challenging read and one you would love if you are into complex storylines. The collection of stories in this... Continue Reading →

My favourite quote!

This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda. I love quotes! I feel that reading certain quotes can instantly motivate and energise especially when one is feeling down or dejected. Although its just a few words thrown together sometimes they have a magical effect, some even... Continue Reading →

Book review- Shadow in the mirror

'Shadow in the mirror' is a thriller written by Deepti Menon. Firstly I should confess that thriller and noir are my favourite genres and much to my delight this book had both.One is introduced to so many characters in this book that in the beginning you are confused where this is all going..but it starts... Continue Reading →

Drishyam2! No spoilers!

I admit I was so skeptical to watch this one...like a lot of other people I thought it would just destroy the reputation of the original and I kept telling myself that there is nothing much to actually show in continuity...but alas how wrong I was. Jeethu Joseph is nothing short of a genius! Infact... Continue Reading →

Book reading challenge 2021

I'm participating in the #TBRChallenge by Blogchatter! Check it out! So lets face it we all plan EVERY YEAR to read atleast a minimum certain number of books but it NEVER happens. So this year I get ambitious and put it out in writing as well๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ However I am realistic and I go with the... Continue Reading →

Book review- It happened in Bengaluru

This book 'It happened in Bengaluru' by author Absum is surely a blessing in disguise especially in recent times. We currently live in the era of WFH life.Especially those in IT would agree that work life has become way more hectic and one has almost lost the so called 'work life balance'. This book teaches... Continue Reading →

Love for Pothichoru!

No...i didnt say petrichor, but yes pothichoru comes from the land of petrichor...the word 'pothichoru' brings all kinds of olfactory nostalgia to most Keralites like me and unknowingly my mouth starts watering! For the uninitiated, 'pothichoru' is simply a wholesome malayali meal wrapped tightly in a slightly burnt banana leaf (almost like a wrapped up... Continue Reading →

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