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Harry Potter Special: Colouring Book

I find it difficult to contain my excitement, because 31st July 2016 could get better than this! Potterheads all over the world are going mad, and rightly so. On this incredibly exciting trio of occasions: the release of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Harry Potter and Queen J. K. Rowling’s birthdays and the celebration … Continue reading

Harry Potter Special: Meet Three Potterheads!

Well, it’s 31st July. And it’s the birthdays of The Boy Who Lived and the woman who created him: Harry Potter & J.K. Rowling. We had originally planned for this to be the last blog post of our Potter Special series but since we’ve had some amazing writers joining us pretty late, we’re planning to carry the … Continue reading

Things I’ve Learnt From Harry Potter And The Rest

I am a shy person. There are times when I am not, and with people that I am not so, but usually, I am. At times, I am shy because it is convenient. To not talk. Well you see, basically, I am shy. And a shy person has a lot of thoughts. Apprehensions and worries, … Continue reading

Harry Potter Special: DIY Wand Tutorial

Happy birthday, Harry and JKR (in advance). Thank you for completely changing millions of lives. In honour of their birthday, I am going to show you how you can make your own wand. Because like Ollivander said, the wand chooses the wizard. So here is what you will need: Chopsticks Fevicol Glue Gun Newspaper Acrylic paint … Continue reading

Harry Potter: A Feeling of Family

  The love of a family is life’s greatest blessing, they say. I feel that that is true. Life brings a rainbow of emotions with it, and at times, it gets overwhelming and we know not what to do. That’s when that love comes to the fore and helps us. That love helps us to … Continue reading

Hacks To Buy Books For Cheap Online

If you’re viewing any article on this blog, then it’s quite fitting to assume that you’re a bookworm. So are we. And being a bookworm is more of a lifestyle choice as most of you would agree. Each bookworm has his own resource to read books from. Some borrow from libraries, others from their book-hoarder … Continue reading

10 Things To Keep In Mind When Going To A Book Bazaar

#1 – Reach at the earliest possible as most markets get crowded by noon along with traffic. #2 – Carry enough chilled water as you’ll need to walk A LOT searching for the best deals on books. Best suggestion would be to carry freshly made lemonade or Lemon Soda (Shikanji/Bhanta) as it replenishes your body’s salt lost … Continue reading

Eight Lessons Heroines From Literature Taught Us

Literature’s heroines are not spoken about as much as I’d like them to be. So here is my list of my eight favourite heroines from English literature and what I have learnt from them. Apart from learning something important from them, one interesting thing that is common amongst all of them is that I have … Continue reading

5 Signs Your Friends Think you are a Bibliophile

If you are a bibliophile then books are obviously your best friends, but, if you belong to the real world then you might have made friends. You might not have millions of friends but at least a handful of them. By the word ‘friend’ I am not indicating those you have found on social media … Continue reading

Bookish Tattoo Ideas

We all know that reading is cool and tattoos are cool, so when you put them together, you get something super cool. As of now, I have three tattoos and two of them are book related. While I was doing my research on exactly what I wanted to get to portray how Harry Potter, and … Continue reading