Category: All About Books

Book Review: The Dog Who Danced

The pain of loss can be overwhelming and there are many ways to cope with your grief and learn to heal. What better than inviting a dog into your lives! The Dog Who Danced by Susan Wilson is one such story. Book Review of The Dog Who Danced I love …

Ten 2020 Reading Challenges to Tackle your TBR

“I’ve got quite a lot number of unread books”, I thought as I walked into my cozy home library. Well, the sad (or the best actually!) part is, I can’t help it! I love reading and have been collecting books since I was a kid. However, the To Be Read …

Reading With Muffy – The 2020 Monthly Reading Challenge

Bork! Welcome to Reading with Muffy – the 2020 Monthly Reading Challenge. This is the introductory and sign-up page. If you are already following us on Instagram – Muffytales, you’d know that Mufasa aka Muffy, my Golden Retriever, is an ardent reader. He is loved by many bibliophiles and publishing …

A Pinch of Magic by Michelle Harrison #BookReview

Three sisters. Three magical objects. A curse ~ You can sum up ‘A Pinch of Magic’ by¬†Michelle Harrison¬†just like that! I’ve been trying to read this book for three months. But the blame is solely on me and not the book because I was hit by a bad reading slump. …

The Runaway Bridegroom #BookReview

I have read many books written by Sundari Venkataraman and every single time I say this, she always brilliantly addresses some social issue or other through her stories. I think that’s the USP of her books. The Runaway Bridegroom is no exception. This post contains affiliate links which means if …

Love in the Time of Affluenza #BookReview

Love in the Time of Affluenza revolves around the lives of Natasha, her aristocratic husband and her friend Trisha. Natasha is a beautiful woman, married to Varun- an actual Prince, and is a mom to three kids. She is a prolific writer who sacrificed her career to take care of …

7 Reasons Why I Love Roald Dahl’s Matilda

The 13th of September was Roald Dahl’s birthday and I decided to read Matilda. I was so impressed by the book that I now realize what a wasted childhood I had without having read the book. What I immediately did soon after I read Matilda was checking Netflix for its …

Raavan- Enemy of Aryavarta #BookReview

When Amish Tripathi came up with the first book in the Meluha series – The Immortals of Meluha, I went gaga over it like most of us. It was a refreshing take on Indian history and mythology and Lord Shiva being portrayed as a mortal was appealing rather than alarming. …