Monsoon I believe is the perfect weather for reading. Nothing beats a little magic created by the rains, books and some tea or coffee. So I decided to put together a monsoon reading list. The books I chose this time includes my past, present and the future in terms of books I’ve read, before and after I started this Blog.and one that I am looking forward to reading. All the books mentioned here in one way or the other looks.....
I finally finished reading the Scarlatti inheritance and it took me exactly 1 month but if I am being honest it took me at most a couple of hours over 3 days to finish it.
This explains how poor my reading habits have become. I started my reading Challange in the middle of the year so I kept a goal of 15 books. I am still short of 3 books to reach that goal and I am not too hopeful.....
This is the first book suggestions I am posting here. And how I restarted my book journey again with easy to read and not heavy reading. I wanted to create this list in a similar fashion. So the 5 books I am recommending to readers this Autum will contain books that’ll help you restarted on or get started on your reading adventure.
There was a time when I devoured books like I devoured coffee (11 cups a day). As time.....
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