• Book Review – Slowly We Die – Emelie Schepp

    Slowly We Die – Emelie Schepp Published July 23rd 2018 by HQ Fiction Swathi’s rating: 3.5/5 Verdict: A fresh angled medical thriller set in a Scandinavian backdrop I’ve been hearing a lot about this book, which led me request a copy. Thanks to MIRA (HarperCollins) and Harlequin Sales for the ARC. Being a huge fan of Tess Gerritsen, I’ve been used to enjoy reading medical thrillers. This book is similar to a medical thriller, with a fresh angle to it. Mainly because it is set in a Scandinavian backdrop. The book is a sequel to Jana Berzelius series, a criminal prosecutor with a tough past that keeps haunting her. A…

  • What Did You Learn This Year?

    As we are mid way through the year, I thought I should sit back and do a little recap of what I’ve been doing for the past 6 months of 2018. It has been a rough path for me, with some ups and downs (understatement). Whether it’s small or not, I’m curious to know what’s been going on, and what could be done for a better half year ahead. I also love to hear from you, how you are, and how is your life. Sometimes sharing helps. Our wedding anniversary falls right in December, so we had a great start to the year by touring to the beaches of Andaman.…

  • What Makes You Go Crazy About Your Partner?

    Sometime into our married life, I realised… … that as much as we love each other, there are so many little things that would drive us insane. For instance, my husband has this habit of keeping himself occupied all the time, from the minute he enters home, either with his mobile or his laptop. Or by doing speed cubing. Yes, he’s absolutely crazy about all kinds of speed cubing, including blindfolded (not as sexy as it sounds!), and one hand. He even has this headset to avoid any noise (apparently that’s me) while he’s solving them. Oops.

  • Relationship question :Are you similar or opposites?

    When I first met my husband, my best friend pointed out something about me .. He said, “You were always searching for your ‘yin’ so that you could be ‘Yin and Yin’ in your life.” He told me, “You and your husband are Yin and Yang. ” He’s right. Before my husband came along ,I’ve always looked out for someone like me – straight forward, pre-planned, and futuristic. My husband on the other hand, couldn’t be more laid back and composed. As we fell in love and got married, that balance had become the key for our relationship. I’d freak the hell out, while he would stay totally calm, playing…

  • Book Review – Little Sister – Isabel Ashdown

    A big thanks to Kensington Books for an ARC. Little Sister is a fast paced psychological thriller, that got me turning pages within seconds. The story is about two sisters Emily and Jess, who were very close while growing up. Hardly an year apart in age, they made sure to look after and complement each other. But as years passed, their relationship somehow fell part, and are now estranged. Less do we know, that the reasons for them moving apart, is far more dangerous than just a sisters fight!

  • Book Review – Murder Notes – Lisa Renee Jones

    Hola world! Today I am reviewing my current read, “Murder Notes” an amazing crime fiction by Lisa Renee Jones. Thanks to NetGalley for an exclusive E-copy of the book. I’ve just started reading yesterday, and I am already more than 30% into the book. That explains the pace of the book, especially the super-crisp writing of the author.

  • Take the POLL! Book Exchange Drive!

    Hey World, We would love you all to join our exchange drive. To serve you our best, we’re trying to survey your opinions and ideas, for a better, bigger event! Help us create one! Let’s read more! Thanks! Xo!

  • Book Review – Our House – Louise Candlish

    How would you feel when you get home to find strangers moving into YOUR house? That's exactly what Fiona Lawson sees, when she comes home. In her brain, it's not happening. How could it happen? People can't just let themselves in, when you have not sold your house, isn't? Find out more about this psychological crime thriller.