Hello February!

Wow! Time flies. It’s February already!!??!!

I’m a bit worried actually. I’ve got finals in a couple of months and I really need to start studying for them.

But I’m excited too. Next week, one of my dad’s cousins is getting married. And I’m going to wear a saree and feel pretty!

I don’t know what’s it about sarees. They just make a girl (well, me) feel special.

I’m also verrrry excited about the Book Blogging Challenge Thingie book of Feb.

Book Blogging Challenge Thingie is a reading challenge I’ve taken up with my friend Sam at
A Blast of Random. We are going to recommend twelve books to each other over a period of twelve months and then blog about it. One of our friend’s Tanvi has joined us. The more the merrier 🙂

My book for January was Lipstick Jungle by Candace Bushnell.  And Sam’s book was Ice by Sarah Beth Durst. Tanvi read Lipstick Jungle too.

This month, the book I’m recommend to Sam is Seriously…I’m kidding by Ellen DeGeneres.


Although I have never really seen Ellen on TV (apart from a few YouTube videos), she’s someone I find really cool. I mean, she carries off that pixie cut like no one can. Plus, I find her really smart in a sarcastic-ish way (especially after reading her book).

Also, since the main aim behind the challenge was to diversify the kind of books we read, reading a nonfiction should be a new experience.

I hope you enjoy the book Sammy and Tanvi 🙂

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