The Dark Forest – Book Review

I just finished reading The Dark Forest which is a sequel to The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu today. This series has been translated from Chinese and The Three-Body Problem won Hugo award. The Three-Body Problem: I did like The Three-Body Problem but for the most part, I found it little boring. The novel starts... Continue Reading →

June Reading Wrap Up

June was a pretty good reading month for me. I read some books which were on my May TBR and few other books which were not on any of my earlier TBRs. I just picked whatever caught my fancy. I read a total of 9 books but most of them were small in size. Here... Continue Reading →

Minimalism: Part 5 (More Books)

I read more books on organization and minimalism recently and wanted to review them in this post. Here are the links to my other posts on minimalism: Minimalism : Part 1 (Reduce) Minimalism : Part 2 (Organization) Minimalism: Part 3 (Planning) Minimalism: Part 4 (Time Management) I picked up American Cozy and Organization Hacks from... Continue Reading →

Minimalism: Part 4 (Time Management)

When I read books about organization and minimalism, I was mostly focusing about space. It was only when the author in Organization from Inside Out spoke about time did I realize that I need to also organize my calendar. I should minimize time spent on unnecessary activities while focusing more on my long term goals.... Continue Reading →

May 2019 Reading Wrap Up

May was a pretty hectic month and I managed to read just 6 small books, out of which one is a graphic novel. Hoping that June would be a better month in terms of reading. Most of the reading happened in the last week of the month. The books I read are - 1. Trail... Continue Reading →

Baycon and Aladdin

This long weekend was all about Baycon and Aladdin. I attended David Brin's interview in Baycon and got my copy signed from him. He is a scientist and a hard sci-fi writer. He has won 2 Hugo awards and Nebula awards. If you like the idea of dolphins in space, you should read his books.... Continue Reading →

Startide Rising – Book Review

I will be attending Baycon this year which is a Bay Area Science Fiction Convention. I heard about this convention when I attended Worldcon last year. David Brin is going to be attending the convention and there are multiple panels that he will be taking part in. I thought this would be a perfect time... Continue Reading →

Standalone Fantasy Novels

Most of the time when we come across a fantasy novel, it will be part of some series. There are hardly any standalone fantasy novels written. I sometimes prefer standalone novels as these days I don't have enough time to sit and finish 8-10 books of 1200 pages each. Life has gotten so busy that... Continue Reading →

Game of Thrones Finale : Rant

This post is full of spoilers so if you have not watched the finale of Game of Thrones, please come back to this post later. I saw the last episode yesterday and was furious. The plot was getting ridiculous right after the books ended but I still had some hopes. Last night's episode was a... Continue Reading →

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