Last year I did a roundup series of book. Top novels under the categories like Graphic Novels, Holiday reading list, great books that didn’t get enough photoage, books with brilliant covers. Well, you get the idea right. If not, I have listed them all here. Moving on…
With the response, I got last year it’s only right that I do something like it again. So as we are closing in on 2016 with just a few weeks left I thought why not have a similar series again. But this time it’s going to be slightly different. So be ready to add some more books as you get ready for this holiday (read - reading) season.
It's the perfect time to look back at the year and see which audiobooks made headlines and the ones I devoured.
As much as you would want to, we all judge books by their covers. I am no different. A good cover will make you pick it up and at least try it out.
Here is my list of novels that were great to read but overlooks completely this year.
I hope some of these catch your eye, and you pick them up and give them a read.
It's that time of the year when you can wear your long socks, your most comfortable flannel PJs, an oversize sweater, a cup of hot cocoa, (or coffee, or tea) in one hand and a nice book / your kindle in the other. Yes, it's almost winter and a perfect excuse to stay in bed with your favorite book. Even give some of your all time favorite books a re-read.
A little confession….I am not big on graphic novels but when doing a round-up I really can’t skip this, now can I? So here we go…
Landing with a Big Bang
Here is my pick of debut authors who came with their best foot forward. How many of these have you read?
Even though I believe reading books is so much better than watching the movie. I thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the books that hit the big screen this year. Here is my pick of the best book adaptations this year.
So we are closing in on 2015 with just a few days left. Every year I take a look at how the year has been and what all I was able to check off my TO-DO list for the year. (Yes, it’s not hidden that I love to make lists. My 2016 list is already shaping up.)