Band-Aid – Song

Heyya 🙂

Well, here is another song that I wrote. This is actually a romantic story that I’m planning to write and it’s about a doctor who falls for a cage fighter. It actually tells how they meet and then jumps to the middle of the story.

So, tell me what you think!

Cheers ❤


It was a late night, you stranger
You just stood there
Wounded and bleeding
And I fixed you all up

Baby I’ll be your band aid
Whenever you need me I’ll be there
Ill patch you up and fix the broken
Just stay with me

It was dinner night, at your parents
I just stood there
Awkward and shamed
And you fixed it all up

Baby you were my band aid
Whenever I need you, you’ll be there
You patch me up and fix the broken
Just stay with me

It’s rough and smooth
But it’s me and you

Baby I’ll be your band aid
Whenever you need me I’ll be there
Ill patch you up and fix the broken
Just stay with me


Say it Again – Song

Hey Guys!

So I wrote this song-thingy for one of my stories on the other blog and well I kind of have the music I want for it too. Hopefully I’ll get my talented friend Stephy to sing it and put it up here. So just tell me what you think about the lyrics.

Cheers! ❤


It’s only in those lonely nights
That you think about me
Its only when you have no one beside
That you need me beside you

Come to think of it
I’m just your last choice
Come to speak about it
Is that what I am to you?

Say, say it again
That you need me, not just now but every time
Say, say it again
That you want me, just for who I am

It only when she goes away
That you seek me
Its only when it all silent there
That you hear me


New Beginnings


New year is here bringing changes and beginnings to me. And you have probably noticed that my blog has been sitting ducks here. Well, new resolutions and I promise to update my blog at least once a week. I even have a planner this year, so my thoughts, reading habits and all other stuffs are organized.


So this blog post is just to say hi, howdy and give out my reading list for this year.
This is just the starter!!!


Be Safe,


Book Review – A Court of Thorns and Roses

Book: A Court of Thorns and Roses
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Series: A Court of Thorns and Roses #1
Rating: 3.5 stars


When nineteen-year-old huntress Feyre kills a wolf in the woods, a beast-like creature arrives to demand retribution for it. Dragged to a treacherous magical land she only knows about from legends, Feyre discovers that her captor is not an animal, but Tamlin—one of the lethal, immortal faeries who once ruled their world.

As she dwells on his estate, her feelings for Tamlin transform from icy hostility into a fiery passion that burns through every lie and warning she’s been told about the beautiful, dangerous world of the Fae. But an ancient, wicked shadow grows over the faerie lands, and Feyre must find a way to stop it… or doom Tamlin—and his world—forever.



And for two whole weeks I had not touched a book. Feeling sorry for myself over that, I took a fellow blogger’s suggestion and started reading the book. I was not exactly disappointed but the book had the “beauty and the beast” kind of feel. Like reading a fantasy version of a fairy tale.

Well so Tamlin is the hot guy and Feyre the helpless maiden. Typical much?! What annoyed me the most was Feyre’s utter stupidness to make utter stupid decisions. I mean, even after so many people warn her not to do exactly that particular thing, she goes and does it. It annoyed me to hell and back.

Good aspects are Tamlin’s beast form was original and well I will write the rest in the spoilers section. The book had me hooked because I’m a huge fan of “Throne of Glass” minus all that love triangles. So I enjoyed it, and I’m waiting for Book 2 and dreading it at the same time coz I sense a love triangle. Again. Why does Maas do this to all her books? ;( Have I told you guys how much I detest them. The love triangles I mean. Why are they even popular?!

I think all characters should develop especially Feyre and except Rhysand. (Yes, I will come to him later 😉 )

So I hope the book would be more than just a love story. I mean I enjoy romance but since this a fantasy book I want some action or more action. I have lots of negativism towards this book maybe because I’m holding this book towards the “Throne of Glass” series standard. I know that’s a bad thing to do. Maybe that’s why I leave a long gap to read another series of the same author. Anyhow, the book was all over a good read.

And finally, the book didn’t bring huge reactions from me. I mean when I listened to Tamlin’s past I should have shed atleast a tear right, but no I just read it and was like “oh, so that’s what happened”. Emotion lacked.

The mask thing was a good idea. Along with Feyre it kept me wondering how he looked like. (Call me vain). But Lucien seemed like kinda a weak person ( I don’t wanna use the word coward). Maybe, that’s because we still don’t know of all that he had to go through and his character has to be developed a lot. Maybe that all will happen somewhere in Book 2.

Feyre becomes a fae, that was kinda obvious since she is a mortal and her love Tamlin immortal, but I didn’t expect it to happen in Book 1.

Well Rhysand is obviously the bad brooding person in this love triangle I predict, I mean going to stay in his court for one week every month!!!!

And what was that cliffhanger all about? Rhysand in absolute shock. And since the story of mates came up could it be, could it be that expression of shock was to mean Rhysand realized Feyre as his mate. It was not like Feyre hated the one time Rhysand kissed her.

And the tattoo, did I forget to mention that Feyre has a tattoo from Rhysand and they are connected by it. She can see through Rhysand’s eyes and he know what she is doing, thinking. And what about the fact Rhysand is powerful than Tamlin.

Oh well!

**spoilers over**

Yes, a really short spoiler and yes I would be reading the second book to know what happens. So have you read this book? What do you think of it? Was this review helpful?

Well, Good Day and Happy Reading 🙂


Book Review – Queen of Shadows

Book: Queen of Shadows
Author: Sarah J. Maas
Series: Thrones of Glass #4
Rating: 4 stars


Everyone Celaena Sardothien loves has been taken from her. But she’s at last returned to the empire—for vengeance, to rescue her once-glorious kingdom, and to confront the shadows of her past . . .

She has embraced her identity as Aelin Galathynius, Queen of Terrasen. But before she can reclaim her throne, she must fight.

She will fight for her cousin, a warrior prepared to die for her. She will fight for her friend, a young man trapped in an unspeakable prison. And she will fight for her people, enslaved to a brutal king and awaiting their lost queen’s triumphant return.

I was lucky enough to get hold of this book early and I’m thankful for that. To honestly speak, I was expecting more from this book. While in some areas the book did not reach up to my expectation in others the book did a good job. I wanted more action from Manon and something more from Aelin.


**Spoilers from here**
Love life
My favourite situation in this book is when Rowan appears from nowhere and Aelin runs to hug him. That was soooo… sweet and cute and romantic. But I also felt cheated because it seemed like Rowan and Aelin would only remain as friends in book 3. While a great part of me wished for Rowan to be with Aelin I also didn’t want Chaol to be let gone that easily. Another thing I noticed was that in the first book Sam is referred to as a good friend/best friend, but later on he somehow evolves into her first love. It seemed to me that each book Aelin has a different boyfriend. Well she is a teenager and all that but still it looks to many. I was also disappointed that Rowan lost his hard, rough edge. It was that which made him so much popular in the 3rd book. His stony exterior.

While there was a lot of action in this book it didn’t feel fierce. The reason for that I believe is that the book had softened. I expected more when Aelin and Manon met for the first time. Towards the end of the book even though a goal was accomplished and the plot for book 4 had ended I felt like there was no satisfactory ending.

Good points
I absolutely loved how Aelin saved her cousin. That plan was just so marvelous. The author had really done a good job there. And there are so many questions that were raised at the end of the book that keeps me looking forward for the next installment. Overall the book was compelling to read and even though it was kind of boring sometimes, for the most part it kept me on edge. The plots were unpredicatble, that was a good thing and yeah waiting for book 4 now 🙂

If you have read the book please share your views with me, I would love to hear what you thought about it.
Happy reading Everyone 🙂


The Magic Portion

Hello bloggers ❤

So this picture inspired me to continue another short story I wrote for “Picture it and Write” titled the “The Lady Photographer“. This is because it was the story that bought me fame and well I’m sure those who read it are wondering about Jenny’s fate. I guess you would have to read the first one to understand the story better and if its much trouble, I’m truly sorry.

So, here we go…


A shiver ran down her spine and her hands trembled, but Jenny could not take away her eyes from the sight in front of her. Things were turning out so wrong but along with the fear, her excitement bloomed too.

She was in a orchard of some sorts. These fruits were not found on earth. Was she even on earth? As soon as she had touched those archways she had felt her body dissolve like smoke and then she had appeared in this strange garden. She felt a bit like Alice in Wonderland, but instead of the rabbit hole it was a tree that had brought her here.

What did Alice feel when she was at the bottom of that rabbit hole. Maybe the story of Alice was real. Maybe Alice really existed and really fell down the rabbit hole and yeah maybe she was going crazy.

Too top all crazies, a fruit suddenly fell from a nearby tree and shaped itself into a… a teacup?!

Jenny took a step back, and then another and as an object thudded against her chest she looked down to realize her camera had survived the journey. The fear was replaced by curiosity. She wanted to take a picture of the orchard. At the strange fruit teacup still floating towards her.

Slowly her hands inched towards her camera.

“Those things don’t work down here” a musical voice called out.

Jenny jerked, heart thundering and whirled around looking for the owner of the voice. She could see no one. Was it the tree that spoke or the teacup fruit that hovered near her. It seemed that anything was possible in this place.

“You have a choice” the voice continued. “Everyone who comes here has a choice, you can either drink from the source in front of you and return to your mortal world or you can stay here to explore the wonders of the place you are in right now”

Jenny still couldn’t find who this beautiful voice belonged too. It had to be a tree, yes, trees could have beautiful voices and what the hell was this place anyway.

“Choose wisely and choose quickly” the the voice whispered.

Oh what the hell, she was crazy anyway dreaming of strange fruits, teacups and alluring male voices. Maybe when she had tried to touch those archways she had slipped and hit her head and fallen unconscious, or maybe the archways themselves had been a dream.

Of course this had to be a dream and if it was a dream, she could dream about this strange place a little more, couldn’t she? And so, Jenny made her choice.


Book Review – Innocence

Book: Innocence
Author: Dean Koontz
Rating: 5 stars


He lives in solitude beneath the city, an exile from society, which will destroy him if he is ever seen. She dwells in seclusion, a fugitive from enemies who will do her harm if she is ever found. But the bond between them runs deeper than the tragedies that have scarred their lives. Something more than chance—and nothing less than destiny—has brought them together in a world whose hour of reckoning is fast approaching.

I received this book as a gift and was so happy to immense myself in Dean Koontz’ world. Mr. Koontz writes about people, the issues they have and his books have a dark story to them. But to balance the dark edge his protagonist is pure, not in the sense of cliche, otherworldly, but innocent.

Even though the people who meet him treat him very badly Addison  thinks good of them. He is childlike. Compared to him Gwynyth (the girl) is more mature but that doesn’t make Addison seem like a sissy. His love but hesitancy to reveal it, the way he treasures human interaction made me count my blessing and be thankful for my friends. This book searched my soul. Even though the world might be evil and gruesome innocence still lurks between us. I recommend this book to everyone. Though it may have a dark touch and you might feel like it’s not your genre I think you should try it. It also has a happy ending, so cheers 🙂

Hoped the review helped and Happy Reading bloggers 🙂