After an accident leaves his wife in a coma, he sits on a hospital chair day-in day-out singing to her. Nobody can pull him away from her as she threads through the rage that could save her. Meanwhile, a desperate nurse grows her admiration for him into obsessive desire.
island in the Andromeda galaxy belonging to planet Vathura is serene.
Everywhere your eyes turn, you will feast on the lovely birds singing their
heart out in the lush green vegetation. Osiris Mysterio ruled the regions of
Empyrea with his brother Tyrant Seth and with their children Pitheceus Babi,
Kraity Wadjet, and Horus Mysterio.
5000 years ago,
the ancient Egyptians were the only humans to receive the invitation to enter
Empyrea. They gladly on-boarded into a Pegasus chariot and took their journey
to Empyrea. Their journey is indescribable. Empyrea by itself was like a
fairy-tale garden, an ocean of flowers and exotic trees.
a small town in Italy, Kiki feels worthless and angry when her longtime partner
finds a new cool girl to ride on another decade of easy existence. Meanwhile in
London, Fátima, the wife of Kiki’s best friend, is losing her selfhood after
giving birth to twins and being made redundant. Both heroines are determined to
rebuild the passion and impunity of their youth, vitalizing desires that will
bring them to risk everything.
Have you ever read a book whose overall plot might not be as compelling or new and yet every minute spent reading that book felt totally worth it?
Or have you read a book whose plot was great but the climax fell short and yet you don’t regret reading that book or series? Or have you read a book which had a great plot and no faults but even if did, you know you’ll still read it regardless?
Chances are its because the author had such a captivating writing style that regardless of the xyz issues, you just loved the experience of that book as whole. You were probably so immersed in the world that the author created (and did it so brilliantly) that all the small issues were overlooked and not just this once but every time for that author.
Here is the list of 5 such authors whose writing style I absolutely love! Every time there is any news of a new book release from any of these 5 authors, I know I have to read it as soon as the book is out.
2019 seems to be a promising year for all the YA/fantasy and romance lovers. January starts with the bang with not 1, not 2 , not 3 but almost 22 sequels of previous years best sellers releasing, spanning various genres (including ones not on this list).
Since there are surprisingly high number of books from my anticipated lists and new stand-alones of my favorite authors releasing this year – compared to 2017-2018, i am gonna split the list in Part 1 ( Jan – June) and Part 2 ( July – Dec). So without further ado, here is my list of 2019 releases i am looking forward to:
I started this blog back in 2018 with the main purpose of writing about my first love….BOOKS!
What started off full of enthusiasm and comparative social media progress, soon came to a halt cause of two major road blacks: Health and unrealistic expectations.
I was going through some health issues since the past year, that is the end of 2016 and the majority of 2018. I got myself checked with multiple docs and all of them telling me that it was just the flu or stress due to the new job and similar answers. They would give me medicine which would help until the course lasts and then back to me not being able to keep any food down and puking everything on a daily basis. This brought me to a point where I couldn’t focus on my day job, or even want to get out of my bed. I quit my job by Nov 2017 and started freelancing and hoping to find a doctor who can do a proper diagnosis and help me out. Not going into many details, let’s just say now it was February 2018 and at this point, I have given up hope, going through mild depression and doing anything felt like climbing Mount Everest and that was the end of me posting anything on my blog or on goodreads.
Books were my only saving grace….reading books kept me sane and not fall further into the black hole.
Finally, after this and that and trials and error, I finally found a doctor in Aug 2018 who found the real issue(which I don’t want to go in detail about online), and I have been getting better ever since. I was back to being normal and in December I thought about starting to post again but at this point, I felt lost and didn’t know where to start from. I kept on procrastinating and by end of Feb I found myself with a proper goal and plan to take this hobby of blogging ahead.
So starting from this month I plan to post regularly. Which means realistic expectations of at least 1-2 blogs a week as suppose to last year where I wrote 5-6 blogs per week.
Writing about what I like as suppose to what’s trending. I realized that somewhere I forgot that I am writing (as a non-professional) because I love books regardless if I have one follower or 100. So this time around I write because I want to and not because of other XYZ-factors.
Hope this year turns out to be better.
Next blog: 14 March – Books of 2019 Part 1 [JAN- JUNE].