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The Silent Whispers

I am trying, yet once again to get back on the blogging wagon. Now that I don't have mandatory readings, I hope to try and share my opinions on books.

Currently reading

The Son of a Certain Woman
Wayne Johnston
Progress: 10/435 pages
The Husband's Secret
Liane Moriarty
Stephen King
Progress: 165/659 pages
Bram Stoker
Progress: 21/387 pages

I'm baaaaaaaaaaaaack! / What happened?

Hi readers!

So I have missed out on a few blogspots in the past two to three weeks, which is a shame because I really want to be a consistent blogger. Life has been a little hectic, as I have just started a new job! Although, it is neither my ideal job nor a permanent position (it is a contract, so I will find myself back on the employment market within a few months), it is a respite from the agony of job-hunting with no structured schedule. 


Because I haven't yet found a position that is permanent, I feel that every spare moment should be used for sending online applications or making attempts to network. Thus, my both my Booklikes and my personal blog have been neglected. My apologies.


I cannot promise that I will be uploading my blog regularly; nonetheless, I know it is possible to schedule posts ahead of time which should help me get useful content to your dashboards. 


On that note, on to the literary stuff! The first week of September I had read or just finished reading several books on which I want to do book reviews. These include:

    • Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
    • Wallbanger
    • What do women really want?


In addition to posting these book reviews, I have a few literature/book related posts that I want to create, notably race in romance novels, favourite booktubers and why I read.

I am also hoping to finish Americanah by Chimamanda Adichie and perhaps start We need new names by NoViolet Bulawayo. 


As most book lovers, my to be read is slowly extending which I hope translates into many, many, many more posts about books. 


Goodness, I missed blogging. 


That's it from me,

xox. S,