After a (fabulous) week of blogoversary celebrations, it’s back to normal posting! The wonderful Alexa tagged me for the Power of Words tag, and I haven’t done one for ages. Although Shanti already did this , I liked the look of this tag, so I’m going to do it as well. *flips hair fabulously* (I’m following… Continue reading Shar does the Power of Words Tag
As part of our blogoversary (will the celebrations of our awesomeness never stop?) and as co-bloggers, Shanti and I are going to tell you why being a co blogger is wonderful. This is probably the most obvious: less work. We have to write fewer posts each, because we share our responsibilities. This is rather useful,… Continue reading The benefits of Coblogging
Hi Virtually Readers! It’s a very exciting week, as you may have noticed yesterday😉. Yesterday was not JUST our blogoversary, though, it was Indian Independence Day. To me, this always means dressing up in Indian clothes and eating Indian food and celebrating India. I am aware, however that most of you guys aren’t Indian, so… Continue reading It’s time for India
It’s our second blogoversary! Yay! It’s hard to believe it’s been two years since we published our first post (since which our plans for out blog have significantly changed) and a year since our first blogoversary (since which we have got a new design, although our content hasn’t really changed). Let’s discuss our greatness (by… Continue reading A second blogoversary |Giveaway|Questions|Gratitude
The lovely Heather@Sometimes I’m A Story tagged me for the bookshelf tag! I sometimes feel sad that so many other book bloggers have SO MANY books and I have relatively few. But I’m pretty glad to have books at all, so I shouldn’t feel that way. Anyway, lets get to it! A short but powerful… Continue reading The Bookshelf Tag
I absolutely loved this book. I heard about it on a Bustle book list, immediately went and recommended it to the library and read it a few weeks ago. I knew I would love it, and I was right (isn’t that the best feeling?). It’s so realistic about privilege and friendship and high school. I… Continue reading The Inside of Out Review
Dystopias are one of my favourite genres. I thought I’d explore some aspects I enjoy. First, let’s define dystopia. Here’s Google’s definition: To me, a utopia is a perfect society. A dystopia is a society that, in an attempt to create perfection, has become hopelessly skewed from the societal ideal. Dystopian books are usually… Continue reading What Makes Dystopias Interesting?