I finished watching Stranger Things Season 3 yesterday and the horror vibes didn't disappoint me! Season 3 has more horror vibes than the previous two seasons combined and it stayed true to its sci-fi genre. If I'm being completely honest, I didn't expect much from the show after watching the previous two seasons and didn't even … Continue reading STRANGER THINGS SEASON 3: REVIEW
It's been a while since the final season of Game of Thrones ended and the fans are far from satisfied. The final season of the all-time popular TV series has been widely criticised all around the social media for its bad writing and ruining the previous well-established plots. It has now proven to be one … Continue reading THE PACK SURVIVED: GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8 REVIEW
Thank you so much, Sophia, for this interview! ❤
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I don’t know how other POC bloggers feel, but I’ve always felt that there is a shortage of stories and perspectives from people of colour… our stories are many and unique. So, towards the end of last year, I decided that I would begin sharing the stories of many talented, wonderful, diverse bloggers.
Today, we have Saman @ Written in Ink who is one of the first friends I made through blogging and one of my favourite bloggers! Saman is a book blogger and an aspiring journalist. This interview was a lot of fun to conduct because while I was asking questions, we shared several thought-provoking conversations. What I admire about Saman is that she is very opinionated, ambitious, and passionate; though we may not always agree, I’m really happy that Saman is just as passionate about books, Game of Thrones, feminism and more!…
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So, how did Dany got the idea in her head that she is the sole saviour of the helpless? And that it is okay to do whatever she pleases to save those people without giving any thoughts to the consequences. Since I have a lot of thoughts on Dany so I'd get straight into it. I've tried not to include major spoilers just some minor details which were necessary to include in order to show Dany's true character.
I read some great and some not so great books last year. Some of the books mentioned below are my least favorite books while some of the books are which I absolutely hate. AND I DARKEN BY KIERSTEN WHITE This book is in strong competition with my most hated series of all time, The Throne of glass and A … Continue reading WORST BOOKS OF 2018
A little late but a very Happy New Year Everyone! 2018 has been a good and a bad year but I suppose that is the way of life. I focused too much on work and neglected all most everything else. I've been trying to catch up with old friends and hope to continue it in … Continue reading FAVOURITE BOOKS OF 2018
“Marital rape is not a husband’s privilege, but rather a violent act and an injustice that must be criminalized,” said a Gujarat High Court. Sexual intercourse with one’s spouse without the consent of the spouse is termed as Marital Rape or Spousal Rape. It does not necessarily involve violence but the lack of consent is … Continue reading MARITAL RAPE IN INDIA
Hey, everyone! In case you are wondering why am I publishing a content entirely different from what I generally publish? I am supposed to write and publish articles for my assignment. I thought of creating a new website but decided it would be too much to handle. I also decided to publish some discussion articles … Continue reading WHY ARE INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISTS IMPORTANT?
Sophia nominated me for The Sunshine Blogger award ages ago. So, thank you for nominating me. You all, follow her if you don't already! She is one of the nicest persons I've met and a lovely human being. I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Awards by two fellow bloggers. I'll do the post … Continue reading THE SUNSHINE BLOGGER AWARD: PART 1
Rating: 3 stars "Lives are short, but knowledge is eternal." Callum Brightwell, a smuggler of rare books, sends his son Jess to the Library to compete for a position as a scholar. As he continues his journey with other postulants, he discovers the dark secrets of the library and those who control it. Through Ink … Continue reading THE GREAT LIBRARY (#1): INK AND BONE by RACHEL CAINE
Rating: 5 stars “Dumbledore's man through and through, aren't you Potter?" "Yeah I am," said Harry. "Glad we straightened that out.” Dumbledore does not reveal why his wand hand is blackened and shrivelled when he arrives at Privet Drive one summer night to collect Harry. The war against Voldemort has already begun and Hogwarts is … Continue reading HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE by J.K. ROWLING
Rating: 4 stars "No one with that kind of surgical prowess would commit one murder then stop." "I know I wouldn't. One taste of warm blood is never enough, Miss Wadsworth." Seventeen-year-old Audrey Rose Wadsworth a daughter of an overprotective Lord Edmund with a life of wealth and privilege stretched out before her, leads a … Continue reading STALKING JACK THE RIPPER by KERRI MANISCALCO
Rating: 4 stars "I hate this place," Kronos growled. "United Nations. As if mankind could ever unite. Remind me to tear down this building after we destroy Olympus." In the final book in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, the long-awaited prophecy surrounding Percy's sixteenth birthday unfolds. Kronos's power only grows with every god … Continue reading PERCY JACKSON AND THE OLYMPIANS (#5): THE LAST OLYMPIAN by RICK RIORDAN
Rating: 5 stars With every Oscar Wilde read, my love for him has only grown and I don't think I'll ever read Oscar Wilde and not like it. I don't have much to say except that De Profundis was an intense and emotional read and I loved it. De Profundis is a letter written during Wilde's … Continue reading DE PROFUNDIS by OSCAR WILDE
Rating: 5 stars “For better or worse, we were back in the labyrinth.” Percy Jackson is attending freshman orientation at Goode High School, where he recognises Rachel Elizabeth Dare from last year, a clear-sighted mortal who helps him fight two Empousai and escape. When they reach the Camp Half-Blood, Annabeth and Percy accidentally find an … Continue reading PERCY JACKSON AND THE OLYMPIAN (#4): THE BATTLE OF THE LABYRINTH by RICK RIORDAN