1. Do you view writing as a kind of spiritual practice? I can’t really say that writing is purely a spiritual practice because the spirit is only part of the process. I draw on memories, relationships, tastes, scents, and everything in between. I hope that my writing makes readers question the world around them a… Continue reading Interview with Marlena Frank!
Hullo peeps! June is over! June was the best month ever! I read so much in this month because I had holidays. I'm so happy! (I'm a little late. kindly don't mind me) . So the month, I read 8 books this month! I promised to read 3 last month and I surpassed my expectations! … Continue reading Jo’s June wrap up!
Hullo peeps! This is Another post in my Top 5 series. In this I post about my top 5 bookish things in different category. . Today I will tell you about my top 5, favourite bookstagrammers. If you don't know the term bookstagrammer and bookstagram, then fret not. I will explain to you. . According to Urban dictionary,… Continue reading Jo’s TOP 5 bookstagrammers
Hullo peeps! Just a few days ago I stumbled upon a meme called as 'Stacking the Shelves' which is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. It gives us a chance to share with readers what we bought, borrowed, swapped, won or got for review each week. Because I am a broke college student who is… Continue reading STACKING THE SHELVES #1
Hullo peeps! So finally I've decided to do 'Top 5' every week. This is quite a popular trend I've seen bloggers do, where they talk about any 'Top 5' of theirs. Here we can talk about 'Top 5 books I loved' to 'Top 5 YA parents I liked' to 'Top 5 characters I want to see… Continue reading Jo’s Top 5 World Building in Books
I'm a Huge fan of superheroes. Have been since I was a baby. When I saw this tag, I just could not resist. The credits for starting this goes to Morgan and I'll pretend that I was tagged by someone to do it. Captain America Book Tag Steve Rogers / Captain America: a book with a… Continue reading #Captain America Book Tag