If there’s a good month for reading, this is not it! It’s been fairly busy over at my household, with work, school and a stomach bug taking over. So I haven’t made much of a dent in my TBR pile.
I’m still ploughing through some of the gems I mentioned last month. In particular I am enjoying The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel and highly recommend this for anyone looking to improve their knowledge of how money-makers think.
I have not started The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn yet, but I am still confident of polishing it off in a couple of days whenever I do pick it up.
The one I’m enjoying most is The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win by Gene Kim. If you are associated with software or IT in any way, then this is the book for you!
But fear not – this does not mean I haven’t plunged into new shiny books already that I’m itching to read!
Those in India may be aware of the closure of Westland Books, a publisher owned by Amazon. You can read all about it here.
This Twitter thread on Westland books and their authors is fantastic! I’ve already bought and started dipping into the following treasures:
Lady Doctors by Kavitha Rao
The title is self-explanatory and the stories are amazing and shocking at the same time! A super read for readers whether or not
Mermaids In The Moonlight by Sharanya Manivannan
I bought this for myself as well as my son, and he’s really enjoyed this book being read to him!
Bombay Balchao by Jane Borges
I’d read this late last year itself – a fabulous book about a Catholic community in Mumbai.
Yet another book I hope to read soon – The Blue Bar by the always amazing Damyanti Biswas! This is yet another crime thriller I plan to sink my teeth into!
I hope to have finished my current books and picked up more new ones by the time the next edition of this post turns up. Don’t let it stop you from putting forth more recommendations in the comments though!