The Host

This is the most delayed written review from me on a favourite book of mine, because it’s been five years since I read it and still counting, including the re-reads. The Host is one of those books arranged next to the Harry Potter series in my personal library because that treasured part of my shelf…

That Lovely Time

That lovely time when you meet up with your cousin sister after an extended period and talk nonsense for hours. That lovely time when you stay with your grandparents and watch the love between them expressed through repeated bickering. That lovely time when your cousin sister takes you out for a drive through the town…

My Own Mr Darcy: Book Review

Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy of Pride and Prejudice exists to be millions of women’s fantasy from all around the world. Jane Austen’s fictional character from aristocratic England brings out certain unhealthy obsessions with the master of Pemberley and if that isn’t all, Matthew Macfadyen has to go and give a smashing, mind-blowing performance as Mr Darcy…

How Ironic

‘The one in a relationship is oblivious to the deceit it presents while the free wandering soul is aware of the truth hidden in its one-sided passion. How ironic.’ ~ Jared Dernell

It’s The Love They Share

“When you love someone, you have to trust them and believe in the fact the relationship will definitely work out. You need to give it every chance you’re capable of giving, otherwise, what’s the real meaning of loving that person if you’re not ready to accept the flaws that come with them? The two people…

Pride and Prejudice

You know how there exists a kind of people who turn up late for a party? And regret having not come sooner? Yeah. I’m one of those with regard to this bewitching, enchanting and clever novel given birth to by Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice. I’ve never been inclined to read classics before, having been comfortable…

Fit, Not Lean

This afternoon, while I was drinking a glass of iced water at the gym, one of the cleaners sat down at the nearby settee and watched me. A few seconds later, she asked one of the misconceived questions to exist. ‘You look lean, girl, then why are you working out?’ I smiled to myself at…

The Mary Sue Disease

This is a topic I already blogged about around the time I first started Discover Deepika.  With WordPress brimming with aspiring writers and novelists, and the fact I now have a pleasing number of followers, I felt it would be useful to re-post this for my new readers, since this a very important red alert. So…