Book Review – You Never Know by Akash Verma

Romance, suspense and some more. ⭐⭐⭐

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Book Review – The Golden House by Salman Rushdie

Rushdie's at it again! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Book Review – Encounters of a Fat Bride by Samah Visaria

So much one can relate to... Encounters of a Fat Bride by Samah Visaria ⭐⭐⭐

What a year!

Of hurts healed and lessons learnt.

Simple lunch

What I had for lunch today.

Tooth Ache

My phone had an ache because of it's tooth.

Lunch

Throwback to a lunch plate.

Book Review -Winston Brothers series by Penny Reid (Books 0.5, 1, 3, 4)

Book 4 of The Winston Brothers series is out. Beard in Mind is Beau’s story. He is the other twin. We read Duane’s story before, in the second book and this one is his twin’s.

Beau’s story is different. The was not too much drama with the biker gang. But there was everything else that one would expect to find in a romance novel.

As usual Penny Reid‘s Beard in Mind was a quick and easy read. If you have read the others in the series, go ahead and indulge.
Personally, I am waiting for Billy’s story which is almost a year away.

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Frost At Midnite

Winston Brothers by Penny Reid

October has been a fantastic month mostly. I wrote a lot! Actually, perhaps not every day but I surpass my own goals. Yay!

Also, in October my head was crammed into books. Mostly accounting books. It was torture. My mind understood, then misunderstood and on and on and on. Sigh!

That circus took a toll and to get away from it, I picked up these three books. Each would take you a couple hours from start to finish and it was a good two days of senseless and enjoyable reading.

The bearded series is about 6 brothers. They have a sister whose story can be taken up as a prelude but also belonged to another series. Anyway, that book does the introductions. We have Jethro, Billy, Cletus, Ashley, Beau, Duane, and Roscoe. Ashley’s story is the prelude. That book is Beauty and the Mustache

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The White Plate Girl

Introducing The White Plate Girl.

Can I? Could I? Should I?

These are questions I ask myself about writing fiction. But, write I did.