Words

I aspire,

I desire, 

Nothing more than a warm drink and a good book which keeps me dreaming for hours and hours.

Feel free to share your favourite books, latest reads and what you loved about them. 

Sobia 

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17 thoughts on “Words

  1. There are so fucking many for me. I guess the best book I ever read is John Irving’s A Prayer For Owen Meany. I’ve read it three times and need to read it again. Other than that, John Updike, Raymond Carver, John Cheever and Annie Dillard stand out.

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  2. Fiction, I have read many. To be honest I am not a book worm but Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse is my all time favorite. Other books by the same author didn’t appeal me much but still they make some sense..to me. Geetanjali- among poetry. Btw, its more than a decade since I really read anything.

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    1. Thank You Smita, the authors you mention I will surely check them out.
      I love poetry, Geetanjali I’ll have a browse to see if I can find any of her poems. I’m always in the lookout to read good poetry.

      Thank you for taking part.

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  3. after reading ur post, for one minute i was blank thinking about which is my fav book which i could mention here. I realize that i haven’t been in reading anything new in past two months. Latest read in English is “Alphabet soup for lovers” by ANITHA NAIR. These days when i get time i am reading one or two pages of a novel in my regional language 🙂 But i love the books of RUSKIN BOND 🙂

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      1. i got the Anita Nair book from amazon. I had the Kindle version. You will find Ruskin Bond books to paper copy of e-version there…basically i read children fiction a lot since it nurture the enthusiasm a lot and love for nature. I am very selective in reading English books of Indian writers.

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      2. Interesting, I love nature too, I believe that’s where inspiration and ideas are literally thrown at you. For me personally I’ve always visioned storylines and even ideas.

        Thank you for sharing Elaine.

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