Discover 34 books read in 2022, categorised by genre and personal rating, with concise one-line reviews - a testament to keeping the reading habit alive amidst a rollercoaster year.
[ARC] Book Review #28: ‘The Utopia Playbook’
The Utopia Playbook is a comprehensive guide to the world's most successful and utopian societies, exploring the countries that lead in happiness, health, and abundance and uncovering the secrets to their success, making it a must-read for anyone interested in creating a better world and providing practical advice and concrete examples for achieving utopia.
Book Review #27: ‘Challenge Life Explore Give Enjoy’
A big thanks to the author, Raj Pal Singh Kharabanda, for providing me with a copy of Challenge Life Explore Give Enjoy in exchange for an honest review. Name: Challenge Life Explore Give Enjoy Author: Raj Pal Singh Kharabanda Genre: Self-Help Synopsis "Challenge Life, Explore, Give, Enjoy will transform you into an ultimate action taker. Why? Because… Continue reading Book Review #27: ‘Challenge Life Explore Give Enjoy’
My Worst Reading Mistakes
Reading, like everything else in life, follows a trial and error method. I am constantly trying to optimise my reading habits to get the most out of them. Therefore, I listed down four of my major reading mistakes that I have decided to leave behind in 2022. RELATED POSTS: My 2022 Reading GoalsMy 2021 Reads:… Continue reading My Worst Reading Mistakes
Book Review #17: ‘Creating Gods’
Note: A big thanks to the author, Omar Newtown Wilson, for sending me a copy of Creating Gods: The truth about you in 30 minutes in exchange for my honest review. Name: Creating Gods: The truth about you in 30 minutes Author: Omar Newton Wilson Genre: Self-help, Non-fiction Book in One Sentence Creating Gods: The… Continue reading Book Review #17: ‘Creating Gods’
In Defense of Reading Multiple Books at Once
A few years ago, the thought of reading multiple books at once would sound blasphemous to me. However, since the last couple of years, I have come to think about it in a more pragmatic way and realised that it is, actually, a great action plan to read more and come across the books that… Continue reading In Defense of Reading Multiple Books at Once
When You Should Allow Yourself To DNF Books?
In one of my recent posts, I justified the reasons to DNF a book. I strongly believe in curating your life as much as possible in terms of value and optimisation. However, I also believe in giving chances. And that extends to books and reading too. So, in today's post, I will be talking about… Continue reading When You Should Allow Yourself To DNF Books?
Book Review #9: ‘Health Mind Soul: 8 Steps To Finding Your Inner Peace’
Note: The author kindly sent me a PDF version of his book in exchange for my honest review. A huge thank you to the author for letting me be a part of it. Name: Health Mind Soul: 8 Steps To Finding Your Inner Peace Author: Jeff Simpson Genre/s: Self-help Book in One Sentence The book talks… Continue reading Book Review #9: ‘Health Mind Soul: 8 Steps To Finding Your Inner Peace’
Is reading fiction a waste of time?
As a literature student, reading fiction is a part of my life. However, barring that, I'd like to think that I love reading books. While I love picking up a non-fiction every now and then for creating a better and more optimised life for myself, the majority of my reading list consists of fiction books.… Continue reading Is reading fiction a waste of time?
My 2019 Reads
It is a bit late (read: way too late) for any 2019 related post, but I still thought of jotting down the books I read last year. In total, I managed to finish 15 (and half...ish) books by 31/12/2019. I divided the books under 3 broad categories - fiction, non-fiction and comics - and then listed… Continue reading My 2019 Reads