WEEKLY WRAP UP (1) || BOOKISH TIME.

🎶🎶……Books books books, all I want is books, a bookish life is all I ever need. Books in my life is to die for. La la la la la…..🎵🎵 Books the pleasantries of life, the love of my life is a good book. I am so glad to be a reader. So let me start today’s post without any further ado.

Let’s start people, shall we??

Normal Week:

My week went totally exhaustive as I just finished my exam on Thursday. My Monday went studious as I had an English exam that went well. Tuesday was exhaustive as I had a Gujarati exam the next day. Wednesday as you already know I had Gujarati exam and it was crucial as I had my last and final exam of Computer on Thursday. Then I had a very productive Friday. I did all sorts of work and designing for my blogs, worked on new upcoming surprises. I slept through all my Saturday and blogged all Sunday. So that was my normal weekly wrap up.

Bookish Week:

So I started off with four books namely:

1. Attack of the Stuff by Jim Benton.

Synopsis:

In what is described as “an 8 year old’s fever dream,” New York Times bestselling author introduces us to Bill Waddler. Bill is a duck who dreams of being smothered by farting snakes. He also has a special gift. He is able to hear appliances complain. Imagine what toilets would complain about. Bill doesn’t need to imagine. While working as a cash-only hay seller (that doesn’t accept credit cards), Bill doesn’t know that he, and a very confused orange juice sales clerk, are about to save the world. If you could hear this book complain, it would be saying “where have you been all my life?”

I finished this comic and reviewed it on Goodreads. I will be posting the review soon and many other reviews.

2. Christmas At The Chateau by Lorraine Wilson.

Synopsis:

A Christmas she’ll remember forever…

Poppy is looking forward to spending her first Christmas in France at her boyfriend, Leo’s, Château. And as the snow falls softly around the dramatic castle, Poppy can’t think of anything more magical.

There are new traditions to discover, a cosy Christmas market to explore and best of all, a promise of secret treasure hunt from gorgeous Leo. Only family pressure and uncertainty about her future in France can threaten to cast a shadow over the holiday.

When the treasure hunt takes an unexpected turn Poppy knows for sure this is one Christmas she’ll remember forever.

It’s a short story of 49 pages and this is related to the ROMANTIC CLASSICS CHALLENGE, I have read only 27% of it but it’s good. I don’t think romantics can be as bad as I thought they could be. I will be finishing it soon.

3. Midnight In The Graveyard Compiled Stories by Different Authors.

Synopsis:

Midnight. Some call it the witching hour. Others call it the devil’s hour. Here in the graveyard, midnight is a very special time. It is a time when ghostly spirits are at their strongest, when the veil between our world and theirs is at its thinnest. Legend has it, that while most of the world is asleep, the lack of prayers allow the spirits to communicate under the cover of darkness, among the  …

This is a 495 pages ebook that I got from netgalley. I am really excited to read it although I haven’t started it yet.

4. Us…Mostly by Laila Bhaidani.

Synopsis:

“What happens when the love that you are waiting for all your life, mistakes you for someone else? Can a transgender ever have an everlasting love story? How is the life of a 50- yr old woman who requires permission to pee everyday?

‘Us…Mostly’ is a collection of stories of the life of the ordinary people like you and me. It is the twist of fate, the choices they make, the chances they take, and the intricacies of their emotions that makes these ordinary characters around us live an
extraordinary life

These stories are in between the realms of right and wrong, black and white. It is about those human emotions that cannot be classified into stringent compartments and judged by stereotype moral standards. It is an ode to our love, our desires, our dreams, and our difficulties that shapes each one of us into something we never thought we could become.”

This was a gifted book that I received from the author. I just started it today and I AM LOVING IT ALREADY!!! I read only 42 pages of the book but I am in love with the stories. The author and I have a small/big connection that I will elaborate in the upcoming posts.

I am also reading ANNIE BY PETE, my very good blogger buddy and a father-like figure. That man is a genius with awesome stories. You have to follow him, it is essential if you want awesome stories.

So those are the books I am reading right now and that’s how my weird week went. I am having a lot of fun now because I am back posting. I am really happy about being back.


What are you currently reading?? Are you enjoying it??

So that’s it for today. I have a lot of posts coming up soon. I am totally free and happy.😊 I will be back with more enthusiastic posts and lots of craziness till then…

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Take care, be safe and thank you for your valuable time.

10 thoughts on “WEEKLY WRAP UP (1) || BOOKISH TIME.

  1. I’m glad you’re picking up with your reading for fun again. Annie is one of my favorite Pete serials. I was re-reading The Stand, by Stephen King, but had to stop because with the coronavirus I was freaking out. Right now I’m looking for escapism.

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    1. I love reading and I am so happy that I can read for long long hours again. I am still struggling to finish Christmas at the chateau and us…mostly as I am dying to read horror. I have kept Pete’s story for the last because the best is always read at the last. I want to read the Stand too. I hope you get better soon. If you want to relax and have fun I recommend you try Monster Problems by Jason R Lady. It’s very funny and relaxing. I read it during my exam stress. I will also be doing a review on it. I am sure you will love it. Please Take care, Kimmy. 💓💓✌✌😘

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  2. I like the look of ‘Us Mostly’, but doubt I would read the others. I appreciate the mention of Little Annie, and I hope you are not finding the backward construction too annoying or confusing. 🙂
    Lovely to see you back honey! XX

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    1. Us…mostly is a great story and I bet you would love it. It’s more about our day to day life and if you like India then it reflects a lot of Indian culture and style. I haven’t started Annie yet as I am coming up with a big blast for my blog and enhancing my blog too. I can barely finish any book right now but I promise that I will read it by Thursday, that’s a big promise. ☺😘✌✌ I hope you aren’t angry Pete. 😔✌

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      1. Never angry. Why would I be? xx

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        1. Thank God. I am starting Annie tonight. I am dying to read it. 🤩🤩🤩😊✌

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