The Versatile Blogger Award

A huge thanks to Joce @ Write Through The Night for nominating me! She has a great blog and you all should really check it out. So lets get started

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The Sunshine Blogger Award

Hi everyone! Thank you so much to The Book Raven for nominating me for this award. She has a wonderful blog and you all should definitely check it out!

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Authors I Want To Read More From: Part II

Hey everyone! This is the second part of the list of authors whose one or two books I have already read and I want to read more books by them in the future. Hope you enjoy this post:)


February 2017 Wrap-Up

Hi everyone! How was February for you? It was a stressful month for me. I had a few tests this month and I have my final exams staring from Thursday. Despite all this, I managed to read 4 books. You can also see my January Wrap-Up here. (more…)

Book Review: Keep Walking – Never Look Back by Linda Jones

Keep Walking - Never Look Back

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Genre: Non-Fiction, Autobiography

My Rating: 3.5 stars

I received this book from Publishing Push in exchange for an honest review.

Keep Walking – Never Look Back is the autobiography of author Linda Jones. The book starts with the story of her bitter childhood. It follows as she shares the various problems of her life including her uncaring family. She also tells us about her struggles with poverty and relationships. (more…)

Book Review: The Reflections of Queen Snow White by David Meredith

The Reflections of Queen Snow White

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Genre: Fairy Tale Retelling

My Rating: 4 stars

I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

The Reflections of Queen Snow White by David Meredith is the story of an aging Queen Snow White who has been in grief ever since her husband died. In the beginning, we see that Snow White is very disturbed and depressed even though her daughter’s wedding is about to commence. She is distracted and has no interest in the wedding affairs.The book follows as she is confronted with a mirror that forces her to relive her past and take a look at what her life has become.  (more…)

My TBR Jar Tasks Completed In 2016

In the beginning of 2016, I made a post called My Reading More Diversely Jar/ My Ultimate TBR Jar. Basically, I made a list of all the books that I wanted to read and a lot of reading tasks that i wanted to do to make myself try new authors and genres. I cut them into little slips and put them into a jar.


Throughout the year, I took out a slip every few weeks and read that book or completed that task and pasted the slips in my journal after completing them. (more…)

My 2016 Reading Review

Even though I only read 74 books in 2016 in caparison to 145 books in 2015, it was still a pretty good reading year. I tried some great new authors and read many good books. Besides this, the highlight of 2016 for me is this blog. I started Travelling Through Words and worked on it. I designed my own banner. I posted book reviews and a lot of other posts. I made connections with other bloggers, bookstagrammers and authors. For me, these are the best accomplishments I made this year.

I also completed my 1 year blogging anniversary this month. With this, I want to give a huge thank you to all the people who read my posts, followed my blog, commented on it, liked it and just everyone who supported me. THANK YOU SO MUCH ❤

All this said, lets get started with my 2016 reading journey! (more…)

Book Review: The Girl from Rostov by Shitij Sharma

The Girl from Rostov

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Genre: Crime Thriller

My Rating: 4 stars

“Do the actions of our father’s decide who we are or do they decide what we become? Did we choose this, brought this upon ourselves? We must have been fools to listen to them, to trust their promises and believe their lies and if it were to happen all over again we  would still make all the same mistakes. Do you know why? Because we are still fools groping in the dark, looking for any sort of guidance that can be provided.”

The Girl from Rostov is a stand-alone thriller by Shitij Sharma. It follows Majid and his niece Maya as they both battle the ghosts of their past. Their journey takes them to unexpected places and places them with unexpected situations. The book is about a family that is laden with tragedy. It is a mixture of love, loss, family, crime and grief.

I was surprised when I started this book. It was captivating right from (more…)