The Thirteenth Tale by Diana Setterfield

Margaret Lea works at her father’s antiquarian bookshop. When she receives a letter from famous author Vida Winters, inviting her to write the author’s biography, Margaret is drawn by the mystery of it all. In unravelling the author’s story, Margaret comes face to face with a truth that has been lurking in her periphery allContinue reading “The Thirteenth Tale by Diana Setterfield”

Wild by Cheryl Strayed

Cheryl Strayed’s autobiographical book is a staunch reminder of the inner strength that we all carry. At the age of 26, reeling from various turbulent emotions and personal losses, the author set out to hike the Pacific Crest Trail without any prior training or experience in undertaking such physical challenges. Being a homebody, you canContinue reading “Wild by Cheryl Strayed”

The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel

Heralded as THE book to read when starting your personal finance journey, The Psychology of Money is a nonfiction book on the right mindsets to adopt to make your money work for you. To say that I finally read this book is no small joy. I’d been procrastinating about doing so for far too long,Continue reading “The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel”

Book Lovers by Emily Henry

Nora Stephens is the career-driven, city person that gets left behind in the typical romance novels when the male character heads to a small town for a business trip and has a “reawakening”. So, when her sister Libby insists that they take a trip to Sunshine Falls, the location where Nora’s favourite client based herContinue reading “Book Lovers by Emily Henry”

How to Kill Your Family by Bella Mackie

Grace Bernard is serving time for a crime she didn’t even commit, and it is proving to be a darn right nuisance! Of all the things she gets imprisoned for… and it’s not even for murdering almost everyone in her dad’s family. They’d abandoned her mother and her, and don’t have much merit to theirContinue reading “How to Kill Your Family by Bella Mackie”