Children's fiction

American as Paneer Pie by Supriya Kelkar

I am not a teenage girl, and I was not born in a country where my forefathers (and mothers) could not trace they ancestry back to, but there was something so relatable about this book that I read it in almost one stretch, wanting to see it all the way through. The one bias I… Continue reading American as Paneer Pie by Supriya Kelkar

Non Fiction

The Address Book by Deirdre Mask

Truth be told, it was proven to me once again that you should not make audacious claims openly, written or verbal. The minute I finished typing out the first paragraph of my previous review about having to collectively write multiple posts and schedule them (and I truthfully mean precisely the very minute), I got a… Continue reading The Address Book by Deirdre Mask

Non Fiction

Regrow Your Veggies Growing Vegetables from Roots, Cuttings, and Scraps by Melissa Raupach, Felix Lill

I chipped away at a lot of my books a chapter at a time,, so I ended up with a lot of books done on almost consecutive days and have therefore a ton of reviews to write. Hopefully, they will maintain a distinct voice and all just blur together First, we have a book that… Continue reading Regrow Your Veggies Growing Vegetables from Roots, Cuttings, and Scraps by Melissa Raupach, Felix Lill

Random Fiction, Short Stories

Hotel Du Jack And Other Stories by Dan Brotzel

I waffled quite a bit, back and forth with a lot of points for either idea about expanding on individual stories or writing an all-encompassing review. The latter plan gained more traction when I started listing out personal one line reactions and realised it would involve me saying more than the book does during a… Continue reading Hotel Du Jack And Other Stories by Dan Brotzel