Book Review: My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier.

Type: Paperback, 335 pages Publisher: Virago, May 1, 2013 (first published in 1951) Original Title: My Cousin Rachel Characters: Philip Ashley, Ambrose Ashley, Rachel Ashley, Signor Rainaldi, Nicholas Kendall, Louise Kendall, Father Pasco, Mrs Pascoe, Mary Pascoe, Seecombe, Tamlyn, and Wellington. So, here I am, back again with yet another book review. This time, it's of a … Continue reading Book Review: My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier.

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What’s the Most Unusual Bookmark You Have Ever Used?

I'm sure by now you all know how often I read. I read in the morning while having my breakfast. I read at lunch time while sipping my hot sencha and dipping crab maki (small rice-and-crabmeat-wrapped-in-seaweed) in wasabi and soy sauce. I read at night before bedtime. I even read at night way past my … Continue reading What’s the Most Unusual Bookmark You Have Ever Used?

A Simple Vision for Your Blog is Always Easy to Remember.

Hey there, How are my lovely readers doing? How has your week been so far? Granted, it's still only Wednesday (that dreaded middle-of-the-week feeling) but just hang in there a little bit longer because in another two more days, it'll be the weekend again! Anyway, I have another question for you: Do you often find … Continue reading A Simple Vision for Your Blog is Always Easy to Remember.

Literary Travels: Books to Bring When You’re Travelling.

Alright, I have a question for you guys. Do you often find yourself sitting on your sofa or in bed reading and daydreaming about being that character in your book? The one who's busy exploring the world, having amazing adventures while meeting incredible people? If you said yes, then you're just like me. I envy … Continue reading Literary Travels: Books to Bring When You’re Travelling.

Book Review: The Red Notebook by Antoine Laurain.

Type: Paperback, 159 pages Publisher: Gallic Books, April 7, 2015 (first published on March 5, 2014) Original Title: La Femme au Carnet Rouge It took me only a week to finish reading The Red Notebook by Antoine Laurain. A week. This is by far the shortest duration I've ever taken to reading a book! Especially since I'm … Continue reading Book Review: The Red Notebook by Antoine Laurain.

Book Review: Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights by Salman Rushdie.

It didn't take me too long to finish reading this strange and whimsical book here but while reading it, it did feel like it took me forever. Not sure if it was a psychological issue since the title itself is all about time. Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights by bestselling author, Salman Rushdie, is … Continue reading Book Review: Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights by Salman Rushdie.