Sunday, April 29, 2012

Sunday post

Ahoy there book-lovers. Its been a long time since I blogged. I had a very good start this morning with a review on a latest book a bought. I have read quite a few books during my absence from the blogging world but the words to write up reviews just eluded me and I lost the momentum quite a bit. However, i never missed checking out other book blogs and catching up on books that are reviewed. I miss blogging and I hope to take it up again on a more frequent basis. I've realized that I do not have the time to read as frequently as before and thus the number of books that I read have dwindled.However, I still try to read at least two books a month, which I have to admit is way too less in the eyes of a bookworm. 

After a flurry of activities for the past one month I find myself relaxing at home this weekend. Me and my books and a few pending work. Its such a quiet Sunday and I plan to make the most of it. I ought to finish  preparing exam questions and going through the lectures and practical classes scheduled for the week. I also plan to start writing the reviews for other recent books that I read. But I'm going to take it real slow and write the reviews so that they do justice to the good books that I've read. Below are some of the good books that was read recently (in recent months). The reviews I promise, are coming up.

I bought two books yesterday. One of it is Barbara Taylor Bradford's Letter from a stranger, which i have read and reviewed. The second is a non-fiction by Pico Iyer, titled The open road-the global journey of the fourteenth Dalai Lama. I hope it is interesting and insightful as I have always been interested in reading about the Tibet and  the life of Dalai Lama.

Well I guess I better get back to the exam questions. Cheers and have a great Sunday !

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like you read some great books! I know what you mean about just not feeling right about writing reviews sometimes, it's best just to take a break and come back to it feeling a bit fresher.