Are you drooling yet? Honestly this picture is enough to make my stomach growl but I’ll try to move on to the actual post… So in celebration of the second edition of Indian Lit Readathon this July Shruti, Nandini and I are here with a new and delicious book tag called the Bookish Indian Sweets […]
Hush, you must be very quiet because I’m about to reveal a top secret that has been treasured by the bookish community for centuries. Or maybe years, but let’s say centuries because that sounds way cooler. Ahem. I see quite a crowd here so I’m assuming almost all of you know what a bookdragon is […]
All bookworms have a tendency to go crazy whenever they see books, without any care for the place or time, but we do try our best to conceal our crazy feelings. And this is what this time’s Off Tangent Thoughts prompt is about. OTT PROMPT THOUGHTS YOU HAVE ON SEEING A LIBRARY/BOOKSTORE/CAFE WITH BOOKS I […]
Ask any bookworm what their haven is, the answer will always be curling up in their comfy bed with an unending supply of books, food and coffee/tea.
See, we’re such simple creatures.
But have you ever wondered why we like to stay holed up in our bedrooms instead of venturing outside with our books? Because reading in public is a complicated process that may involve inevitable death due to embarrassment. And apparently I do have a death wish because you can frequently(read: always) find me reading in public.
And so I decided to make a list of pros and cons of reading books in public because I’m obsessed with lists and have a severe need to analyse everything. But this can be very useful for you, so keep reading on!
If you’re even the tiniest bit involved in books or blogging or the social world of book blogging there is no way you haven’t heard of Cait, more popularly know as @paperfury or the Queen of Book Blogging.
And I’m really happy to say that I got to interview her about her blog and upcoming YA contemporary book ‘A Thousand Perfect Notes’ which is coming out this June! I cannot even begin to tell you how I excited I am!