I discovered this fascinating article on The Cut “Why Can’t You Smell Your Own Home?“. It talks about how we get so used to smells that are non-threatening we stop sensing them. It seems that we “tune out” the smells, … Continue reading Why Can’t You Smell Your Own Home?
It is almost the end of the year and a good time to reflect on the best books I read in 2018. I try to read as many books as my age, this year had the ambitious 39 figure. I … Continue reading Top 5 books I read in 2018
I had written about the Friday book market at the Spui earlier. This time around I managed to get better pictures. This is for my bibliophile readers. You would understand the poetry in these pictures. Continue reading A Pictorial Ode to Books
It is like returning to a lover you never stopped loving I pause and linger, rolling words in my mouth, tasting the luscious lusty writing of someone as giving as Roy It is indulgent and selfish on my part After … Continue reading Rereading The God of Small Things
There is always so much more to read. I find myself in conversations: “No, I haven’t read that.” The prospect is thrilling and worrying. There is that constant niggle – out there could be that one book I wish I … Continue reading Georgia