(The Last Remnants of) 2018 Reads: Not My Favorites

Hi, Nerdies! I must be the last person in the blog-world who is still talking about her 2018 reads. But well, I am a slow reader and even a slower blogger, so please bear with me. And, Thank You. These were books I didn’t enjoy for several reasons, a chunk of them were because something … Continue reading (The Last Remnants of) 2018 Reads: Not My Favorites

A Sweet Love Letter: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

Hi, lovers! I love you all like lovers. Really, I love you, and you, and you, and you I don’t know but I could definitely see loving you. But most of all, I love Love.   Jack Mc.Farland, Will and Grace Dear Nerdies, There is this new Korean American author who writes sweet sweet love … Continue reading A Sweet Love Letter: To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

A Cursed Novel: To Kill A Mockingbird.

Hi, Nerdies! I don’t often enjoy classics very much, but To Kill A Mockingbird is such an exemplary piece. Thereby I am hoping to persuade another person to enjoy this heart-breaking narrative through this post.   So, no spoiler ahead. Synopsis The theme is racism, and the story takes place in Alabama in 1930s. The … Continue reading A Cursed Novel: To Kill A Mockingbird.

IT – Book Review

A thriller novel by Stephen King, rated 4.5/5 in Amazon. Synopsis On one stormy day in Derry, a boy in a yellow slicker and red galoshes goes out of his house to sail his newly made paper boat in the rain. Not long after, he lost his beloved boat to the pouring rain. While searching … Continue reading IT – Book Review

Muhammad: The Prophet for Our Time

A book by Karen Armstrong In 2018, many people perceive Islam as a fearsome and provoking religion, which its believers are alleged of incorporating terror and atrocity into their creed. With this kind of worrisome yet prevailing accusation it’s only natural that Muhammad as the chief figure of Islam to be perceived as a man … Continue reading Muhammad: The Prophet for Our Time