Bookish Tête-à-tête #1: An Interview with Evelina @ AvalinahsBooks
Welcome to Bookish Tête-à-tête, the newest feature on The Bookish Context! I am thrilled to introduce this platform that aims to connect with book bloggers through interviews to understand their creative processes, showcase their hard work and have a chance to engage as fellow readers. In the introductory post, I present to you an insightful discussion with Evelina @ AvalinahsBooks, a well-known name in the book blogging community as she shares her experiences with her characteristic humour!
Gazette Weekly #3: Discussing Anxiety and Bookish Tête-à-tête
Welcome to the latest issue of Gazette Weekly a feature at The Bookish Context wherein I discuss my weekly shenanigans and the latest news surrounding reading, blogging, life and more! Today I would like to share my struggle with Anxiety and a method by which I manage it, along with a much-awaited announcement.
Gazette Weekly #2: Jane Austen July
Welcome to Gazette Weekly a new feature I started at The Bookish Context last month which functions as a periodical wherein I discuss my weekly escapades and anything that catches my fancy! Today I am delighted to share my plans for Jane Austen July hosted by Katie @ Books and Things Marissa @ Blatantly Bookish, Claudia @ Spinster’s Library. It is a month-long readathon, all about reading Jane Austen and related works, an absolute treat for Janeites!!
Gazette Weekly #1: Summer Break
Welcome to Gazette Weekly a new feature at The Bookish Context! It will serve as a wrap-up of sorts of my weekly explorations in reading, blogging or life in general. And anything really, that catches my fancy. I think this provides a platform for readers to get to know me better!
Year in Books: 2020 Edition
Welcome to The Bookish Context! I am so excited to finally launch my new blog. So I pondered over this for a bit, and though it is months later than expected I would love to share my reading year of 2020 as part of my very first blog post. No matter how dark this year was, it made me recognize and hold on to the good in my life. I found renewed pleasure in old delights and learned to appreciate the smallest things that suffuse my heart with joy.