App Review: Little Things by KlickTock

I am completely hooked onto it. This app is perfect not just for children but for the whole family.

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Book Review: Allison by Allen Say

In his own remarkable style Allen Say has touched upon a difficult subject that not many are comfortable with – interracial adoption.

Book Review: Love that dog by Sharon Creech

Ok, I confess. All the books I review are the ones that I can personally relate to. I actually don’t know how to write about a book that does not affect me in some personal way. This is one such book that made me all nostalgic and teary eyed for a while before I could write about it.

Broken Bones to Lovely Bones

Working out, staying fit or feeling fit were not concepts I understood for the longest period of my life. I had fantastic metabolism. I could eat anything and not gain weight. I was not a foodie and so I did not eat much. But I grew up to be tall and was terribly underweight. For years, my family stuffed food down my throat, with the hope that I would gain weight.

Book Review: Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

We are not perfect. I am not. You are not. In relation to that it simply means that our children will not be perfect and will not live in a perfect world. We all know the reason behind this imperfection, don’t we?

Oh No! to All Set!

Oh no! I have been a terrible person. I stopped reading, sketching and doing any of my arty-farty things.

Lights! Camera! Action!

As a child I was hooked onto only one thing – movies. I watched movies that were way above my age. But I loved them. I was so dramatic and hyper as a child. I looked at everything through the movie lens.

Lone Wolf

I personally believe that everybody should live on their own for a while. Take out a year from your life, move somewhere else and live alone.