Year: 2017
Second chance

Book review: Second Chance

Why are some people rude to people without thinking twice? Do they realize the effects of their...
RECYCLED LOVE

Book review: Recycled Love

What is the worst thing that could happen to you while traveling abroad? Dan Palmer and his group...

Book Review: Feel Me Fall

Who can survive the mighty Amazon jungle – The strongest or the smartest?
What determines your survival – teamwork or the survival of the fittest?
How far would you go to survive and where would you stop and let go?

Book review: Waterboarding

What happens if you lose a few of your memories, that you wanted to forget anyway? Is it worth knowing a few that have left you, all over again? Would it be worth it this time? Bragadeesh Prasanna tries to help us answer these questions through his new novel Waterboarding. 

Why I do not rate books on my blog?

Why I do not rate books on my blog?

I started Musings Over Nothing as a personal catalog of the books that I read among other things. About 7 years ago (when I had not met Goodreads) I wanted a place to pour out all my thoughts and feelings about books, as if making my friends bored was not enough. And,...

Stillhouse Lake: Book Review

Stillhouse Lake: Book Review

How well do you know anyone? You might meet people every day, but still, do you know the real them? You might live with someone for years; you might learn their habits and idiosyncrasies and yet can you not know what they are capable or not of? Stillhouse Lake takes...

What changes Hulu made to The handmaid’s tale, my favorite book

What changes Hulu made to The handmaid’s tale, my favorite book

I have made it clear to everyone around me - on online and in real life, that I am besotted with The handmaid's tale, both the book and Hulu's teleseries. I have not stopped talking about to anyone who would listen about it. You can read my thoughts about the book...

Book review: Here and gone

Book review: Here and gone

I like jumping into the books without reading much about them. I try not to read the blurb before I pick a book up if I can help it. I did read the plot summary on its blurb before I received this book for a review, a while ago but had completely forgotten what I had...

10 reasons why I hated your book – Part 2

10 reasons why I hated your book – Part 2

How often do you drop a book down because you could not take it anymore? Not in the positive, overwhelming, OMG I-need-a-moment kind. But more of a what-in-the-crap-did-I-read way. The kind that made us wish we had the book in its physical form, so that we would have...

Book Review: When Dimple Met Rishi

Book Review: When Dimple Met Rishi

Do you know what is the overused word that I have been dreading to hear or read about a book? Nerds. Thanks to John Green, Chetan Bhagat and the likes, I am pushed to cringe physically when someone describes themselves as nerds. So when every book blogger I adore went...

8 badass female protagonists that I love the most

8 badass female protagonists that I love the most

Not all of us loves to spend all their time reading Harlequin's Mills and Boons and dreaming about Mr. Right saving our damsels in distress (though that is my guilty pleasure). There is nothing pleases me more than the kickass female protagonists who would not wait...

A man called Ove: A Book review

A man called Ove: A Book review

Are you looking for a feel good and easy read? For the first time ever, I am not gonna spoil you with choices, confuse the heck out of you or load your arms with books that would last for a year. Pick A man called Ove right now and get reading. About the book Book...

10 reasons why I hated your book – Part 1

10 reasons why I hated your book – Part 1

I am, like several others here, a reading addict. I read everything I can lay hands on, though the number of books I read has become drastically fewer these days. I push myself to be selective about the books I choose to read, and I almost have a half read book always...