Going through a reading slump? Too busy to read? Falling behind on your reading goals and challenges? Need a boost? There are still a few months to go before the year ends and these books are sure to set you right back on track.
Whether you are short on time and are looking for a quick read over the weekend. Want to get back to reading and looking for a bite-sized book. Or just need to catch up on your 2021 reading goal. These books are perfect to read up in a day.
A classic example of history always being written by victors. The Last Queen by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is the tale of Rani Jindan Kaur, Mother of the Khalsa. The fierce queen history forgot.
We have much-needed conversations around feminism, patriarchy, and LGBTQ+ equality. But there is one topic that is rarely talked about. One that not many even consider. The impact of toxic masculinity on men.
How safe are we inside our own home? A fast-paced whodunnit that explores the dark side of technology and social media.
What happens when a hopeless romantic’s dreams of a perfect married life come crashing down. Aavishka by Cindy Ann D’Silva is a pragmatic look at the reality of marriage.
If you thought Spotify is only limited to music and podcasts, think again. Spotify also offers a vast collection of audiobooks across a range of genres. Whatever your preference, you are sure to find an audiobook that interests you.
As much as I enjoy reading, I also enjoy talking about books. Last week I shared the list of books I read for the Blogchatter #TBRChallenge. In the second and final post in the series, I share what I love. My reading statistics, favorites, and anticipated reads.
July is here. Although I have not been reading as much as I do, there have been some excellent books. It is time to check in with what I have read for the Blogchatter #TBRChallenge.
If the Kuru women are all settled in Kalyug, can be Pandavas be far behind? A witty and quirky take on how the Kuru men would react in the modern-day scenario.