Top 5 Favorite Posts for July

Hello All!!!

This post is totally late, but still, here I am with the best 5 posts that I wrote for the month of July.

They are;

  1. Fault in Our Stars by John Green – Book Review
  2. Bollywood Invasion by Ricardo Alexander – Book Review
  3. Analyzing My Reading for 2018 (6 months)
  4. A Recent Purchase
  5. Manna City by Jeffrey Pierce – Book Review

These are my favorite 5 posts that I wrote for my blog for the month of July.

You can check them out by, simply clicking on each topic.

I have put a lot of time and effort in creating these posts. Thanking each and every one of you who read, like, and comment on my posts and encouraging me in every possible way.

As always, do not forget to share your thoughts and ideas about todays posts.

Until next post,



Update On My Reading – July, 1st & 2nd Weeks

Hello All!!!

For the past few days, I have failed to update regularly and on a wonderful Sunday, I am here with another post to share my reading progress with you.

My reading has been on hold for the last few days, due to my tight schedule. But up unto today I was able to read a couple of books and I am currently reading some more.



  1. Fault in our stars by John Green
  2. Diet Land by Sarai walker
  3. Better than This by C.G.Coppola
  4. Bollywood Invasion by Ricardo Alexander

Currently Reading

  1. The Cake shop in the Garden by Carole Mathews
  2. Cruel Prince by Holly black
  3. Manna City by  Geoffrey Pierce

Next in Line

  1. Abundance of Katherines by John Green
  2. After you by Jojo Moyes


You can check out the book reviews for the completed books in my blog. Reviews for the rest of the books, are coming soon 🙂

Until next post,




(All the pictures that I have used in this post, does not belong to me. Original source unknown)

Kandy Book Fair 2018

Hello All!!!

It is a bright and sunny Saturday here in Sri Lanka. Since it is the weekend, I headed to the Kandy Town to check on the biggest book fair of the year.

Organised by the Sri Lankan Book Publishers Association, Kandy Book Fair is held every year in the Kandy City Center.

The entrance ticket is Rs.20/= , which is totally cheap and worth.

There were more than 20 book stalls which sold books, educational Publications, magazines and stationary.

They also had a seperate stall for the British Council to get the library membership at a discounted rate.

There were books of different languages including our native language Sinhala, English and Tamil

All the books that were available, can be purchased with a 20% discount. It is totally worth it. There are so many books available for purchase. Fiction, non-fiction, text books, primary and secondary books, past papers and model papers etc.

Some of the books that caught my eye are shared to you…..

It was great to see so many people interested in reading and buying books. The number of people attended to the fair was very high today, since it is the weekend.

I had so much fun buying and checking on books on this lovely saturday. Tomorriw will be the last day of the Kandy Book Fair.

Until next time,