Celebrating the release of FLAWED I though I might have a giveaway to say thank you to you all throughout the years ❤️It’s open internationally!
How to enter:
1. For each social media platform you follow me on, it’s an entry point. (Wattpad, Inkitt, Twitter, Instagram, Goodreads, Facebook) Username: raathi07 or Raathi Chota 😋
2. Subscribe to my blog (www.raathichota.com) 🙊
3. Like and share this post on your story then tag 2 users who you think might be interested in this giveaway as well! 🥳😝👏 I will be checking entries. Giveaway closes 5th April. Winner will be announced on my Facebook group: Young Rising so you’re welcomed to join that group! 🤩❤️GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!! 👍🤗👀
Because of @fleurishes I've become Huji slave..... do check all of her awesome reads and picture... My reads for March considering lots of Woman essay and feminism. One book leads to another book with the same theme and it feels like I've been in a house with a room that connected to other room.
I had to participate in the 2019 TBR book rainbows 🌈 I’ve been seeing. Thanks @jennsbookvibes! Here are books I WILL read in 2019! Do you have a favorite here? Let me know what I should make a priority!
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This morning I woke up and finished @hankgreen’s AN ABSOLUTELY REMARKABLE THING and omg, it was amazing.
The story is about a young woman who gets Internet famous by introducing the world to Carl, a strange robotic statue that appears suddenly in New York City. However, the statue is more than it seems to be and the world comes together to try and solve the mystery of Carl. There’s mystery and intrigue, the Internet, some politics, nerdy stuff, and I think an important lesson on how we shouldn’t discount our friends and the people around us. It was such an amazing read and I’ll have a review up later today.
For now, I’m going to start my weekend with A SPARK OF LIGHT by @jodipicoult. What will you be reading this weekend?
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Happy Saturday! I’m continuing on my journey and reading @jodipicoult’s A SPARK OF LIGHT and consuming mass quantities of coffee.
This book is so relevant to this very moment in US history. It’s about women, it’s about violence, it’s about the choices we make with our bodies. I’m still at the beginning of this book, but I feel like I’ll be making a large dent today. How are you doing?
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𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐏𝐄𝐑𝐅𝐄𝐂𝐓 𝐆𝐈𝐑𝐋𝐅𝐑𝐈𝐄𝐍𝐃 by Karen Hamilton is my current read! I started it two days ago, and... I just can’t get into it 🤷🏻♀️
I don’t know what it is about suspense thrillers lately, but they’ve been kind of disappointing lately. I used to be alllll about this genre - it’s all I ever read.
But within the last year, my reading has really grown. I’ve explored different genres, and learned to be a bit more critical about what I’m reading (maybe I’m putting my English degree to good use 😂)
But seriously, suspense thrillers lately for me have been similar and predictable. I’m finding it increasingly hard to relate to protagonists, and characters in general. It’s really pushing me towards general fiction, historical fiction, and other genres.
It’s great that there are so many female leads in these stories, but WHY are they so unreliable? WHY are they so troubled? WHY does every title have the word “girl” or “woman” that follow the same premise and ultimately end the same?
Over on the blog today is my review of Louis & Louise published by Orion on the 24th January.
An original piece of contemporary fiction set in A small American town. The story of one life, or rather two stories running parallel, still one life but lived by Louis or Louise - Known as Lou. The same parents, the same friends and school but in one life lived by a boy the other a girl.
I really enjoyed this book, told in alternate chapters from the view of Louis or Louise, while the story continued.
Check out my review where you can find out more about what this book’s about. Link in bio. Thanks to the publishers for the book.
It’s getting colder here and ❄️ is forecast over the next few days. Will Britain grind to a halt I wonder?
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Hi friends! We spent some of the weekend putting together the nursery...hard to believe it’s already March and she’ll be here in a few months! 😬 Hope you had a great weekend!
I HAD to use the shelf I found for a #bookstagram pic. To All The Boys I loved Before by @jennyhan has been all over IG. I got this series when I was sick in November and I think it’s about time I start it! Then I can watch it on Netflix! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Have you read the books/watched the first movie? What did you think? Synopsis for the first book in the comments!