Books, Sci-Fi, Science and Fantasy

SciFiMonth 2019 TBR

Scifi month is back and I am participating this year as well. You can sign up if you are interested in reading and discussing science fiction with fellow fans here. I had kept aside some books on my TBR so that I could read them in November. This time I planned my TBR well in… Continue reading SciFiMonth 2019 TBR

Books, Sci-Fi, Science and Fantasy

Erased: Manga series Review

After binge-reading Deathnote, I was on the lookout for some series which was equally dark and suspenseful. I tried several manga series but didn't feel like continuing any of those. I visited Kinokuniya bookstore and asked the staff to recommend me some series which was like Deathnote and they recommended Erased to me. They were… Continue reading Erased: Manga series Review

Books, minimalism

Minimalism: Capsule Wardrobe Books (Part 6)

Over the past few months, I read some books on building a capsule wardrobe. I wanted to minimize the number of clothes I owned and wanted to keep only those clothes that I wanted to wear. There were too many clothes which I did not like to wear so they were just occupying space in… Continue reading Minimalism: Capsule Wardrobe Books (Part 6)

Books, Personal, Sci-Fi, Science and Fantasy

I am Back!

Hey all, I disappeared from blogging world for more than 2 months now. I did not plan to stop blogging, it just happened. Life got extremely busy and crazy and I did not find enough time to blog. I enrolled in a literature course on science fiction at a reputed university, just for fun. I… Continue reading I am Back!

Books, Sci-Fi, Science and Fantasy

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 The Dark Forest – Book Review

Books, minimalism, Sci-Fi, Science and Fantasy

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 June Reading Wrap Up

Books, minimalism

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 5 (More Books)

Books, minimalism

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 Minimalism: Part 4 (Time Management)

Books, minimalism

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 May 2019 Reading Wrap Up

Books, Movies, Sci-Fi, Science and Fantasy

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 Baycon and Aladdin