Celebrating Bloggers: 3 Awesome Reads on Love, Loss and Book Longing

Love, loss, longing

A great weekend is incomplete without something wonderful to read. Here are three blog posts that affected me deeply, and are sure to add something special to your day:

1.

A beautifully warm glimpse into a mother-daughter bond through the lens of a favorite holiday. Written wonderfully by one of my favorite people! 🙂

Put Her In A Pumpkin Shell
By Pam Kirst

2.

An intense poetic expression of loss and forgetting:

And Like That She Was Gone
By Brice Maiurro

3.

This is the reading list I was looking for; I hope it helps you too!

10 Books That Changed My Life
By Preet Kaur

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Enjoy! 🙂

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4 Comment

  1. Thank you for this unexpected honour, Radhika!

    By the way, I don’t know if you read Pablo Neruda, but here’s a fantastic Kickstarter project that you might be interested in: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/896286441/the-lost-poems-of-pablo-neruda

    I don’t get anything for promoting it (except the pleasure of knowing that one more person will know Neruda’s unpublished poetry, which is reward enough!) — but I thought you might be interested.

    1. You are very much welcome Preet! 🙂 Thank you for broadening my reading horizons with the post featured and your other posts. Did I ever mention you have a great blog? 😛 I haven’t read Neruda yet, (I’m only just getting back into more serious reading after reading fantasy and romance a while) but this Kickstarter looks very promising. Thanks yet again! 🙂

  2. Thank you for sharing my post, Radhika! I am off to read Brice’s and Preet’s. You are generous as well as talented!

    1. It was my absolute pleasure to share your post! It touched me deeply! Just following your example on being generous! Your generous encouragement has meant so much to me! Thank you! 🙂

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