Breast Cancer Awareness month in review

Book Name: The Bucket List

Author: Georgia Clark

Genre: Adult Women’s Fiction

Publisher: Atria/Emily Bestseller Books

Publication Date: August 7, 2018

Ratings: ⭐⭐⭐⭐

It’s October and Breast Cancer Awareness Day is just around the corner so in, lieu of this very special awareness month, I chose to read a book about the diagnosis of the breast cancer gene and how such a discovery changes lives.

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5 books perfect for travelling

It’s summer time. La di da di daaa. Summer Summer Summer!

Summer is that time of the year when the maximum number of travel plans are in motion. Be it to a nearby city or across the oceans, to a new country or even a different continent. Airports are filled, bags are packed, boarding passes are ready to be scanned … but what’s missing? A good book to read in the long hours of plane travel, or even a train or bus.

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Block Printing

India has been renowned for its printed and dyed cotton cloth since the 12th century and the craft flourished as the fabric received royal patronage. The earliest centers for block printing seem to have been in what are now the states of Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat. From these centers, the craft appears to have spread gradually with the migration of craft workers to other areas. Continue reading “Block Printing”

Hourglass Body Shape

An hourglass is considered as an ideal body shape. The upper and lower half of the body is approximately in-line with each other with a defined waist.

  • Hip-line and bust-line are fuller and are roughly of the same width.
  • You have a well-defined waist.
  • You’d describe your body as curvy.

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Interview with a Cosplayer

Picture Courtesy: Neel Bose

Ever wondered about the people who dress up as characters in Comic Con? Who are they and how did they come to be? Got too many questions? Let me help you out with that!

Cosplayer is a word formed by merging the words ‘costume play’ where people dress up as specific characters and represent them in plays and conventions. There is a lot that goes into becoming a cosplayer from picking a character to making the costume to playing the part.

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What’s some money in a game?

Are Micro transactions necessary?

Are you a gamer?

Come on, I’m sure you’ve played some games on your PC or your PS4 or even on your phone. Don’t be afraid to admit to that. We all do it. We play when boredom strikes or when all hell breaks loose and most importantly when we do not have Wi-Fi! But have you ever wondered what the ‘In –app purchases’ are meant for?

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Apple Body Shape

Generally described as “top-heavy”, the bust is three or more inches bigger than the hips. If you have gained weight or given birth recently you are most likely an apple shaped. However, you can be thin but carry most of the fat around the midsection and be wide at the ribcage.

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Caraval Book Review

Book Name: Caraval

Author: Stephanie Garber

Genre: Fantasy, YA

Publisher: Flatiron Books

Publication Date: January 31, 2017

Ratings: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

“Welcome, Welcome to Caraval! We want you to get swept away, but be careful of being swept too far away…”

That’s exactly what happened to me. I got swept too far away in the world of Caraval with no ways of getting back, only to patiently wait for the next book – which, luckily for me came out in a few months.

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