Before anything, I thank all fellow bloggers and readers who spent their time here in nourishing and motivating me to keep going with the blog through their words of appreciation. Thereby, I also welcome new visitors.
Recently, due to my mind-boggling curios mind, I took an hour from everything and decided to give a look at all of my posts irrespective of the topic (though, it’s not a surprise that mostly are related to books) I have written here in the past 2 years and a few months. Starting from the first one which felt evident till the recent one. It brings a recollection of memories whether the good memories, bad memories, the frustration ones, the generous ones and most importantly the feeling of accomplishment. All of these and many others too. Every post is like an attachment to a file that consists of details matching a reality which I was surrounded by the specific course of time. It’s a like a voyage in the past and reading through your journal. It makes me feel happy, abolishes any sense of voidness and at the same time bequeaths me to continue to do what I do. To write, to explore new things about the people who visit everyday, of course, the books (how the hell can I forget them?) and myself.
Looking back, at past, is not recommendable likewise is not avoidable. It holds lots of valuable of lessons, only if we agree on becoming his pupil with good conscience.
Let’s take a look back to some posts that either, I feel, might bring back your old memories too (if you are recurrent visitor) or might generate new ones.
When I confessed about the first book I read
How I become a Reader
Chronicles of a Book Zombie
Prose: How to love your Father? & An Illusion: A Story of a Painter
Talking about Audiobooks
Knowing about Pulp Fiction
My time at The New Yorker.com
Poetry: Shall I die? & A Life
First Guest Post Thanks to Zareen
Last act at College: A Thousand Days
Sharing my reading habits
Reading 260 Books in 100 days
And of course, my list of Ten Books to Read Before, you know
Tell me about your memories connected with your blog?