The fact that I started this book so soon after finishing the first one in the series (Unwind) is an indication of how much I really liked it. Unwind, that is. And the thing with books like Unwind (aka pretty spectacular books) is that they set the bar pretty high for what follows. I didn't… Continue reading UnWholly by Neal Shusterman
I have recently begun watching a lot of Booktube and one of the Booktubers (I don't remember which one) claimed this book to have one of the creepiest and chilling premise for a book. Naturally, I looked into it. I liked what I read on Goodreads and I got a copy for my Kindle. My… Continue reading Unwind – Neal Shusterman
via Daily Prompt: Create Not long ago, I met a person. A very young, opinionated, vocally judgmental sort of person. In the initial few hours of our very short acquaintance I found her to be utterly amusing, the way an ill-mannered, mischievous child - that is not your own - is amusing. You can afford… Continue reading R.I.P
via Daily Prompt: Distant There is nothing like the enthusiasm of coming to work on a Friday because you know that no matter what fresh hell rains down on you on a Friday, it cannot follow you into the weekend. Well, it can and often does, but let us assume, for now, that what happens at work,… Continue reading The Work Culture
When was my last post? I don't even remember. All I remember is the shame and guilt and averted eyes every time I look in the mirror and see 'New Year's Eve me' glaring accusingly. She made a vow to blog regularly and now she hates me because I'm making her look bad. I don't… Continue reading #3 Time is blog posts
Social Media and I had a very brief, disappointing affair a long time ago and we decided - mutually, of course - to forget about each other and pretend it never happened. I have held up my end of the deal beautifully - I deleted (yes, permanently) my Face"book" account, my Instagram account and refused to acknowledge the presence of Snapchat. I moved on and - I suppose, since we're no longer in touch - so did Social Media.
Well, it hasn't been long since I started this blog and things are already behind schedule. Let's see. I planned to write at least 1-2 book reviews each week. I even enlisted the help of trusty ole excel to help me keep track of the abundant content I would, no doubt, be flooding my blog with. My blog wouldn't know what hit it. It turned out to be partially true: my blog didn't know what hit it because nothing did.