2011 Challenges!!!

Next year I will be participating in 3 Challenges. First is ofcourse, the one I am hosting-East and Southeast Asia Challenge. I am planning to read as many as I can. There are only 2 books in my TRB that fit this challenge, so I'll have to rely on the Library. But I'm excited. The... Continue Reading →

2009 Challenges

It's time to update my Challenges for 2009. I really did not keep track of all the Challenges, so it took some time to track and link the reviews. 2009 Pub Challenge : This was the easiest challenge of all which I did not have to keep track of. So in a way it really... Continue Reading →

Half Yearly Review…

I wanted to do Monday Musings this week, but somehow didn't get the time. So I thought why not do a personal half-yearly review? Last year I read around 40 books and I remember saying that I would love to read at least 50 books in 2009. And surprise surprise, I've already read 49. How... Continue Reading →

The Accidental Bestseller by Wendy Wax

Title: The Accidental Bestseller Author: Wendy Wax Publisher: Berkley (TRD); 1 edition (Jun 2 2009) Paperback: 432 pages Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Reading this book was like reading a book within a book or reading about how the book was written. Well, kind of. Confused? Keep reading. It's a story about 4 friends, their... Continue Reading →

The 4Rs Challenge…recommendations

If you haven't heard of the 4R's Challenge, you should definitely check it out. It's really simple. All you need to do is set up your profile on the Forum; write something about yourself and the kind of books you like. The other members, based on what you have written and your preference, will suggest... Continue Reading →

Saffron Dreams by Shaila Abdullah

Title: Saffron Dreams Author: Shaila Abdullah Publisher: Modern History Press; 1st edition (January 12, 2009) Hardcover: 248 pages Genre: Multicultural fiction Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Arissa is born in an affluent family in Pakistan. She moves to New York when she marries Faizan who works in a restaurant in the World Trade Center. Arissa... Continue Reading →

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