A closet writer with a knack for adding vivid, witty & personal details. I love coffee, books and food. Highly appreciate lo-fi music and illustrations. Borderline obsessed with stationery, productivity and organisation tools. Always in search of adventures & stories by travelling or being buried in books.
Current Status ↠ Growing plants in my room.
Life Goals ↠ Spark conversations, ideas & inspiration with a cup of mild roasted black coffee.
Ever read a book that reminded you of Inception or some multiverse movies? Because this book surely did it. It was hard for me to understand where the story was going until I finished half of the book. But what an ending!
When I completed my final day of my internship at Canongate Books, Edinburgh in July 2019, this book was hot off the press. I had to wait to get my hands on it, and now that I have, I am intrigued to view food from a different angle because it is full of insights, questions, and interesting thoughts.
Print Length: 256 Format: Hardcover Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Would you believe me if I told you that I once applied for a PhD in English with a topic on food memoirs? Unfortunately, I was not accepted, but my love for reading about how food impacts different cultures, lives, habits, and cuisines remains undiminished.
Print Length: 480 pages Format: Hardcover Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Hello Readers! It’s been ages since I posted a book review. Nevertheless, I now have a membership to the Douglas County Library @dclcolorado, & I am guilty of making way too many simultaneous book reservations. Thus, I think, is the delightful life of a bookworm.
TW: Mental Illness, Suicide, Mental Health, Social & Family Issues, Death, Depression, Racism