I have never been a big fan of romances. They all seem too sappy and the worst part is that despite all the struggles, all the hardships, the protagonists always end up together so I don’t know what’s the point … Continue reading The Time Traveler’s Wife: A Must Read Romance
Although this book focuses on the typical teenage themes depression, sexuality, love and adolescence, it deals with them in a totally different manner causing us to think how our teenage experiences shape our lives and behavior in the future. Continue reading The Book That Explores Relationships Beautifully: The Perks Of Being A Wallflower
Here is a list of the top ten blog posts on Raiya Writes for the year 2017 Continue reading Top Blog Posts of 2017
This November, Liberty Books is hosting the biggest sale of the year, with incredible online savings. Continue reading Book Lovers: Get Ready For The Liberty Books Friday Sale!
Overall you will find Sister a very interesting read if you are a fan of thriller and whodunit type of stories where everyone is the suspect. Continue reading Sister: A Fresh WhoDunnit!
These are the top ten posts that you guys liked last year Continue reading Top Blog Posts of 2016
As the book progresses, you will start realizing the faults in your character and will get an insight into the causes of most of your problems. Although fiction but Mushaf is at times a self help book. If read properly, it will bring you closer to Allah and Quran. Continue reading Mushaf: A Life Changing Book Of Fiction
I am sure you are all done with giving clothes, dinners, flowers, cakes, chocolates to your loved ones. That is why if you are wondering what to gift the people close to your heart this Valentines day this year give a book for the following reasons Continue reading Lets Gift Books This Valentine’s Day
Seeing my excitement, the shopkeeper showed me two more novel by Nimra Ahmed and just like clothes shopping I cannot control myself when I am buying books and I decided to buy the two others as well: Iblees and Meray Khwaab Meray Jugnu by the same author. This blog post is about the first book I read out of the above three: Iblees. Continue reading Iblees: Short Stories For A Short Stay
I was surprised and pleased to see such a large number of people at the event which proved that reading as a habit is still prevalent in Pakistan. Most of the stalls were filled and the checkout lines were brimming with people with many books in their hands. Continue reading A Heaven For Book Lovers: 12th Karachi International Book Fair (KIBF) 2016