Margaret Atwood said that dystopian stories are like a signpost saying "bad future ahead if you go this way" - I love this metaphor! And dystopia seems to be one of my favourite genres, based on my recent reads. Here are 10 dystopian books that I enjoyed reading, in a random-aesthetically-pleasing order 🙂
A list of amazing women from fiction books. Fighters and scientists, mothers and carers, these women shaped the imaginary words from which they come from. Happy 8th of March! 💐
2020, the year of staying at home, was also the year of reading and discovering amazing authors! I join this week's Top Ten Tuesday by sharing 10 new-to-me authors that I read in 2020. Overall, I am grateful that I managed to expand my reading horizon by exploring more authors of colour and contemporary authors. … Continue reading New-to-Me Authors I Read in 2020 (Top Ten Tuesday)
The global climate change and its consequences affect all of us, and it is a topic that I haven't seen in the fiction world ... until now. When I heard of Maja Lunde and her Climate Quartet I knew from the beginning that it is something I want to explore!
Mangoes and books - how could I resist doing this tag? It was super educational and fun to write this post, as I learnt so many things about mangoes in India! ❤
If you want to find out what I'm reading in June, keep on reading this post. Spoiler: dystopian fiction, Booker Prize winner, and history of fabric, lovely reading ideas!
Earlier this year, during a small talk at the office (yes, it was a long time ago), I first heard of "The History of Bees". The enthusiasm of my colleague had already convinced me to read the book, and I prioritized it after finding out that it tackles climate change issues. Fiction + climate change = a book I definitely want to read as soon as possible!
If you want to find out what I'm reading in May, keep on reading this post. Spoiler: fiction and non-fiction, oceans and fabric, lovely reading ideas!