What I’ve been Reading – Sep’22

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See what happens when you get back into reading? You polish off books every month! Not a lot of them but enough to make a dent in your TBR! And you always, always find more books to add to the TBR!!

How I Quit Google to Sell Samosas by Munaf Kapadia | Goodreads

I came across this book purely by chance and devoured fifty pages of it at top speed so I had to read the rest! It’s a simply told tale of how a corporate professional took up a side project to feed his entrepreneurial spirit, and turned it into his main career. I quite liked reading about his journey as well as learning more about his project The Bohri Kitchen as well as the food culture around it.

Less Is Lost (Arthur Less, #2) by Andrew Sean Greer | Goodreads

I’ve blogged twice before about Less, the Pulitzer-prize winning novel by the same author. If you haven’t read it yet, why not? Go read it now!! And then go pick up this sequel! Be warned that the reviews aren’t necessarily glowing, but I dived into it and found it as funny as ever!

Here’s a snippet from the first few pages:

Fire up Your Fiction: An Editor’s Guide to Writing Compelling Stories by Jodie Renner | Goodreads

In keeping with my habit/ tradition of reading one craft-related book along with some fiction, I chose this one from the downloaded books on my Kindle library. The detailed advice here emerged from the popular posts Jodie Renner wrote, and it’s great to have this added perspective while writing. Highly recommended – do take a look!

And last but not the least, the fabulous Damyanti Biswas has a book coming out quite soon! Click here to add THE BLUE BAR to your GOODREADS or add it to your AMAZON wishlist! I’ve done both so now I’m just waiting to snap up my copy, maybe an author-signed one? (Hint hint, Damyanti!) You can also read snippets from THE BLUE BAR world via the One-Shot Gazette. Check out Damyanti’s work while you are about it!

That’s all I have this week. It’s not more, but it’s certainly not…less!

Let me know your current or recommended reads in the comments below!

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