Oh well,I just couldn’t decide what to use for the title,hence the basic. And the photo is a random photo among those I took during my last visit to a bookstore.
It’s been too long ,hasn’t it?Since I was here?Or more since I wrote a wrap up post ?That counts to more than one year actually .
I wouldn’t go so far to say that 2017 read has been as good as 2016,but I did read some of the amazing books out there,and yeah,I’m totally going to share them here with you,cause why not.
Of course we’re starting from January,though it’s tempting to start from April,cause it’s weird. Continue reading “A Wrap-Up post. #1”
With my exams lasting for almost a month,I really couldn’t read as much as I could if there weren’t these evil things called ‘Examinations’.But I guess I did read quite a few of them in February.It’s just the March month that has been affected. 🙂
My February reads included the Precious Stone trilogy by Kerstin Gier and the Matched trilogy by Ally Condie. Six books.
And my March reads included the Demigod Diaries by Rick Riordan of course,The Host by Stephenie Meyer, Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare 😀 (Yes! I did read the book already), Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan (Yeah,another Rick Riordan !).Four Books. Continue reading “February + March Wrap Up”
So,the first month of the new year had been kind of I-got-to-read-really-really-good-books month which is a really good sign.
See,I don’t decide what to read read for the month at the beginning itself which means I haven’t got a TBR pic of the month,though I think those who actually have one are really cool.(Not that I am not cool 😉 .Just kidding.) But really I can’t decide what to read beforehand itself ’cause to me the year is a compilation of 365 pages bound into a single big book where the months are the chapters.Not that chapters don’t matter but at the end it’s the whole book which matters the most.That’s why it’s always like ‘Okay,how about this series next.It would be good.’
Was that too philosophical??Hopefully no.We go to the actual stuff now. Continue reading “January Wrap Up”