I am writing a post after a long time, this month was not good for me. There were so many family emergencies. My fiance was sick and frequently admitted to the hospital. We have lost one of our close relatives. 🙁 Overall, this month was very sad and despite being a month of Diwali it didn’t go well. Only the good news is that I joined my new job and I am very much happy with my work, team, and company. Due to all these, my mind was totally occupied and reading totally got sidelined. I able to complete just 4 books, among them, two were small reads.
For me monthly wrap-up is an essential post which helps me evaluate my month at a glance and it is also a great way to record reading progress. I hope you all will enjoy this post as much as I enjoyed writing it.
So let’s have a look at my October reading.
♦ Three thousands stitches by Sudha Murthy
“Starting prayers in a proactive manner,when you are not facing any great challenges in life, is the best thing you can do.”
♥ Our life is precious so enjoy each and every moment.
♥ The judicial system and the police are corrupt, they don’t feel shame to play politics on a woman who just lost her life.
I wasn’t able to read more books, thus can’t fulfill my bookish goal. However, I read Crooked House by Agatha Christie and two non-fiction, Happiness is all we want by Ashutosh Mishra (self-help) and Three thousands stitches by Sudha Murthy.
We should read self-help books
A self-help book can be boring and we normally don’t want someone to blabber tips and trick. But there come some self-help books which are very good and we need to read them once in a while.
‘Happiness is all we want by Ashutosh Mishra’ is a precious book, which perfectly sums our daily lives. This book includes various excellent tips and techniques which can help us to live a healthier life. This book motivated me to start meditation again.
♥ I want to regain my reading speed.
♥ I want to start doing Yoga again.
♥ I want to finish reading my TBR and review copies, I am totally lacking behind. 🙁
Thank you so much reading, I hope you liked my post. How many books have you read this month? And are you planning to read any non-fiction book for #NonfictionNovember? Do let us know below. 🙂 If you want book recommendation then check our non-fiction section. 😀