Jaimie Richards spent whole her childhood in Pakistan where she adjusted well to local culture and traditions. At the age of 16 she returns to her homeland, Australia. The girl feels more Pakistani than Australian though, and is having problems to accommodate to new place, fit into school environment and comprehend the rules of daily… Continue reading Dear Pakistan by Rosanne Hawke
It is such a beautiful day! Let’s make it even more beautiful with quotes from one of the most talented writers of all times, Charles Dickens. 1 “A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other”, A Tale of Two Cities 2… Continue reading That’s what Charles Dickens said…
Definitely my review is going to be too long but I admire Christopher Hitchens so much that few sentences simply would not be enough to analyze Hitch-22. Hitch-22, is a memoir of citizen of both the UK and the USA, a socialist opposed to the war in Vietnam and a supporter of the US war… Continue reading Hitch, Chris or Christopher Hitchens
Sometimes horrible things happen to the booklover. Things that only other booklovers can understand. When my husband was preparing for business trip, he asked me to lend him one of my books. He is not a booklover, therefore I wanted to give him interesting and absorbing book that would caught his attention from the first page.… Continue reading Bookish horror!!!
Last week I was searching for inspirational quotes on books and reading for my work assignment. This motivated me to gather my favorite and inspirational quotes of writers, politicians and businessmen. Definitely, some of the below quotes are not the most famous but they are special for me… humble booklover. “Whenever you read a good… Continue reading My 10 favourite quotes on books and reading