You would think failing at my previous two attempts at readathons would stop me from attempting, not one, but two readathons in the same month, right?
Am I setting myself up for another failure? Probably. But, still, I’m going to try because I have way too many advanced reader’s copies to catch up on, and I would also like to start reading some of the books I have owned for far too long.Read More »
Hello guys! I’m back again. I promise I am not dead. I have just been in the biggest reading slump of my existence so far and hence I had little – scratch that – no content to post about as I haven’t finished a book in 2 whole months. I have been reading, albeit very slowly so I guess that counts for something right? Despite not getting much reading Read More »
Hi everyone! I wanted to talk to you guys about an upcoming readathon that I am participating in called the Ramadan Readathon (@MuslimReadathon) which has been organised by Nadia (@scorpioreads) and Zoya (@AnInkyRead). The aim is to read as many books written by Muslim authors as you can during the month of June. I have only once took part in a readathon – and failed epically – but this time I am determined to get a lot of reading done!
There was a story Jahir used to tell me. About how the first humans were born with wings. Can you imagine what that would be like? To fly anywhere in the world without worrying about having the right papers?
For those of you who don’t know, a ‘Book Bucket list’ is essentially a more elaborate name for the books you want to read in your lifetime, however, this list gives you a bit more freedom with your bookish goals instead of them being compiled of book titles alone. Since they are long-term goals, you can work at your own pace to meet them. I’m going to share some of mine with you in this post.