Book Review: Mastering Civility

Have you even been accused of  being overly blunt, rude or condescending a lá House M.D. ? Then this might just be the book for you Continue reading

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Book Review: Leopard at the Door

Leopard at the Door is a Bildungsroman about Rachel who returns to the Kenya in the early 1950s after spending six years in England. She is excited to reunite with her widowed father, her old friends on their farm and revive her childhood memories but finds that everything has changed.

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Book Review: Reach Out

I am not quite sure where I first heard about Molly Beck, probably from her articles from The Muse and was drawn by her blog’s quirky name: Smart, Pretty & Awkward.

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Accepting That I Don’t Have To Know It All

This post is for all the book nerds, bibliophiles, overachievers and all those recovering from the know-it-all syndrome to cut themselves some slack.

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Book Review: Life from Elsewhere

August was Women in Translation month. Though I found out about it a bit too late, it proved to be the perfect time to finally read Life from Elsewhere that had been gathering e-dust in my Kindle library.

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