November is done. Unseasonal rains are behind us. Hopefully some coolness and not smog will descend over the city.
As mentioned last month in my October Yellow Book Cover Month Reading Spree post, I had decided to read Indian Women Writers in English.
It was absolute fun to be vicariously traveling from one place to the other through these books, to exploring thoughts and mindsets of varying female protagonists as they face their everyday battles.
So here are the books that made it to my list:
Let’s face it, we have huge TBR piles and we are never able to resist buying more books!
“What! It is a sale, how can I miss it?”
“I can always make room for more books.”
“There is always space for books!”
“I can donate my older books!”
These are just some of the excuses we often make and justify our not putting a stop to buying books!
And let’s face the reality and admit that reading and buying books are completely different hobbies!
So one possible solution to reduce our constant buying of books is to READ ONLINE!
The best thing to read online are short stories.
Let’s not add more to our TBR piles!
I personally do not prefer reading novels online (unless I absolutely must!) as I spend way too much time on the computer (or rather this godforsaken addictive smartphone) anyway! Reading my old fashioned paperback is one way I can detach from technology!
Short stories however are fun and short to read and give less strain to the eyes!
So we at The Book Cafe have decided to introduce you to a short story available online. It will be posted on the first of every month so that you get a whole month to read the short story!
The logic behind Short Story of the Month is three fold:
- To introduce you to newer writers.
- To make sure people do not think any less about short stories
- To help you read, even without shelling out tons of money and then stacking on your long TBR piles!
What say? Is it a deal?
So come join us to read one short story per month online!
Stay tuned tomorrow for the short story reveal!
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