The Path Made Clear

The moment you lay hands on an Oprah Winfrey book, you know you're in for a deep, soulful read, that gently nudges you along a spiritual path and challenges you to rethink your way to the good life. For me, Oprah's books have always been a treasury of wisdom and this one is no different!... Continue Reading →

In Five Years

Okay, so I finished a book that's been on my TBR list for a long time, "In Five Years" by Rebecca Serle. The blurb was full of promise and the reviews so great (and look at that incredibly dreamy cover art) that when I finally got to it, I was so pumped. But not so... Continue Reading →

Such A Fun Age

This riveting debut novel by Kiley Reid first grabbed my attention when I saw Reese Witherspoon talk about it in her Insta Story. With a seemingly interesting plot and a cute front cover that literally screams 'fun, light & breezy', I settled on this hoping for a humorous and entertaining read that would help me... Continue Reading →

Good Girls Lie

After an awfully bad start to the year reading books that either made me wince, cringe or yawn, with the only exception being "When All is Said" by Anne Griffin, I finally seem to be in luck. For I read a thriller with a story that blew my mind away. I'm referring to one of... Continue Reading →

When All Is Said

Every time I come across beautiful stories with endearing characters that take me on a breathtaking journey celebrating life in all it's fullness, I feel incredibly blessed! Recently, I had the great fortune and pleasure to read one such book - "When All Is Said" by Anne Griffin. This delightful read opens with an advertisement... Continue Reading →

More Than Enough: Claiming Space For Who You Are (No Matter What They Say)

I loved, loved, loved this book. What an impactful and thought  - provoking read it was! Everyone knows Elaine Welteroth as an award winning journalist and the youngest Editor in Chief in Condè Nast history.  But very few know about her rise to the top. In her powerful and searingly honest memoir, Elaine opens up... Continue Reading →

My Reads of 2019!

2019 has been a phenomenally great year for me in terms of the number and quality of books I have read. With marriage, motherhood, career and countless other responsibilities, my reading had taken a back seat. But this year, I've been fortunate enough to make time to get my reading habit back in order. For... Continue Reading →

The Silent Patient

Oh my! This one was truly, simply bookalicious! 2019 has been a wonderful year with so many amazing debut novels hitting the shelves and "The Silent Patient" by Alex Michaelides is the latest entrant to the club. A truly gripping read packed with suspense and nail - biting twists, I don't think a thriller can... Continue Reading →

The Read – Aloud Family: Making Meaningful and Lasting Connections with your Kids

I can never imagine a life without books. How can I ever put into words how I feel about books or how much they mean to me!? Books are not just my happy place, it's my whole life. So, as a bookish person, the thing I want most to pass on to my daughter is... Continue Reading →

Where the Forest Meets the Stars

Oh boy, I have mixed feelings about this one. I enjoyed the read; this is a book unlike any I have read before. But there were a few bits I absolutely couldn't digest. Okay, let's start with what I liked about the book. Well, for starters, I loved the title and the cover art. While... Continue Reading →

The Bookish Life of Nina Hill

So there you go, a review on The Bookish Life of Nina Hill. The book begins on a happy, chirpy note with an introduction to our protagonist, Nina Hill, wherein we learn a little bit about her mom and her nanny and her job and her cat and her love for trivia among other things.... Continue Reading →

A Woman Is No Man

On to book no. 44 of this year and I feel really fortunate to have read this incredible debut novel called "A woman is no man" by Etaf Rum.A heart wrenching read from start to finish this is a story about 3 generations of Arab women. Born in a conservative family and raised by her... Continue Reading →

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