How 31 days can pass so quickly, I will never understand. Time for the monthly blogging.
This post will be about second last show I watched, Younger. It will be a little unsystematic post, I apologize. No spoilers. 4 seasons in 2 weeks= goodbye sincerity :3 (In my defense, they were of 19 minutes duration only!)
It’s been a week since my new beginning a.k.a post exams freedom. I don’t know what I was doing all these 7 days. They kind of went in a blur. Whoosh! What I did do was go through the list I was making for the past few months about what exactly to do during these days. There were more than 80 things in that list when I looked at it trying to find something worthy. When I started looking since the beginning, I started deleting the stupid ones. Now there are around 55 but if I delete the ones that include travelling, I will be left with just 20-25. One was ‘re-arrange the bookshelf’. And so I did.
Name of the book: ‘Open: An Autobiography’
Written by: Andre Agassi
Rating: * * * *
It was my first attempt at reading an autobiography. I was somehow never inspired enough to read one before. I regret it.
In Open, Agassi tells us his life’s story. And honestly, could any description be more seductive? THE STORY OF LIFE. One of the greatest Tennis player’s life.
^My 2016 in one word
(That’s the story of every year, though)
No matter how much I say that I don’t want to believe that the year’s come to an end, deep down, I am just too excited and scared for the year(s) to come. I am growing up. And I hate that.
But nevertheless, 2016 was special. Like every year, this year made me laugh, cry (with laughter) and helped me live every moment to the fullest.
I love writing year recaps, although this is only the second time (2015 was the first one) I am writing on this blog but I always write one in my diary. Even though I don’t write everything, but I definitely revisit everything again 🙂 The feeling is wonderful. And it strengthens your memory as well xD
So here’s how my year went! Continue reading
Name of the book: Battle For Bittora
Author: Anuja Chauhan
Genre: Drama, Humour, Chic-Lit, Indian Politics, Fiction
Name of the book: Those Pricey Thakur Girls
Author: Anuja Chauhan
Rating: ****1/2 hilarious stars!
Genre: Commercial Fiction, Drama, Humour, Chic-Lit
I love this bookmark!
Author: Dan Brown
Genre: Action, Thriller, Crime-Mystery, Drama
This was my third book in the Robert Langdon series (skipped The Lost Symbol) and I found it pretty good. Not as much as the earlier two but still, good.
Title: A Game of Thrones
Author: George R.R. Martin
Genre: High Fantasy
I recently finished reading the epic fantasy novel, A Game of Thrones, which is the first of the five published novels of the series, A Song of Ice and Fire.
Did I like it? Let’s go through some points and give points out of 10: