Book Haul | Tanushka

Hi fellow readers! Welcome back to Tamya’s Reading. This is my first book haul post, from my book haul from March 7th… yup, almost a month after I bought the books. But that doesn’t matter. While I was at the Salvation Army store, I decided to look at the book section, and while carefully checking every single book to make sure I did not miss one, I found some I want to start reading.

  1. Masquerade by Melissa De La Cruz

2. Blue Bloods by Melissa De La Cruz

3. Marley & Me by John Grogan

4. The Midnight Witch by Paula Brackston

5. Shiver by Karen Robards

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My Favourite Crime/ Mystery/ Thriller Books

If you ask what my favourite genre is, with no hesitation I say crime. I like those twisted, mysterious stories which take me to a whole new level of reading. Those who are in love with crime, possibly know what I am trying to say. For those who are not that into crime, I say give it one chance and you will not regret it. SO here are some of my favourite crime stories of all time. I have not given a synopsis for these because I think the more unknown the book is it’s more compelling to read. Also these books are in no particular order. I just love them all so very much.


  1. Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle


I absolutely love these books. I started reading them when I was twelve years old and ever since I am die-hard fan of Holmes. You MUST read them. I’m not even suggesting, I am ordering you. Please just grab a SH book right now!





  1. Tell Me Your Dreams by Sidney Sheldon


This book made me speechless. The last bit of it left me mouth-gaped.



  1. Twelve Red-Herrings by Jeffery Archer


In this short story collection you will find twelve short stories: some are creepy enough to give you goosebumps while some hook you to the story until the very end.


  1. Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith


Tell me a time that this book is not on any of my lists. I’m obsessed with Cuckoo’s calling by Robert Galbraith aka J.K Rowling. I heard that the TV series to this book will be released soon. I can’t wait!! Again this is one of those books that the ending is unpredictable. I never expected that to happen.


  1. Whisper in the Dark by Robert Gregory Brown

This book is witty in its own way while giving you the best feeling of crime and suspense at the same time.


  1. Murder in the Orient Express by Agatha Christie

OMG! I don’t understand how someone can twist and turn a story like this. Just magnificent. Rated 5 stars.


  1. The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

Now I’m not quite sure whether this book falls under the category of crime but it has them all that I have mentioned in the title. This book is mind-blowing.


  1. Beach House by R.L.Stine


This author gave me nightmares when I was a kid. No Offence! But I love his books and this book is one of the very best.


  1. Nighttime is My time by Mary Higgins Clark


This book had me positively-fretting (yeah) because I wanted nothing but to finish it off soon and go for the end. It was that intriguing. Curiosity at its best I say.


  1. Murder Suicide by Keith Ablow

I don’t know exactly whether I liked the ending but this is a thought-provoking crime novel. Definitely recommend it to all my soon to be crime genre fans.




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My “To Buy” List

Hi, welcome back to Nocturnal Book Club Blog. There’re so many books out there that I would love to read. Some very popular & some not so popular. So I have two different lists (that basically mean the same thing somehow) my “To Buy” List, in which of course I write down the books I want to buy, and my TBR List. Just so this post isn’t crazy long I decided to write only one of them.

So let us not wait any longer, in no particular order, here’s my “To Buy” List:

1. A Court of Thorns & Roses by Sarah J Maas
2. Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
3. The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare
4. Milk & Honey by Rupi Kaur
5. Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas
6. Aurora Trilogy by Chloe E Curtis & Olivia J Curtis
7. Harry Potter by J K Rowling
8. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
9. Heartless by Marissa Meyer
10. The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer
11. A Game Of Thrones by George R. R. Martin
12. Zenith (The Androma Saga) by Sasha Alsberg & Lindsay Cummings
13. White (The Wings Trilogy) by Angelina J Steffort
14. The Storm Siren Trilogy by Mary Weber
15. This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab

This is a short list of the books I plan on buying soon. Which I am also super excited to read! Which popular or not so popular book would you love to buy? I would like to know!

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BOOKIFIED – ‘Receive a letter from your favorite book character’ | NAJA

Hello my friends!

Last week I received this cute envelope in my mail and I decided to share with you all the bookish goodies that I got from an Etsy store Bookified.


“TSUNDOKU – the act of buying books and never reading them; letting books pile up unread in one’s home” 

Pretty relatable, right?!

My package contained a letter to Hagrid:

They offer a wide variety of literary letters in their shop, a perfect gift for every book worm!

This cute Harry Potter pin is another thing I received. I can’t wait to use it on my bookstagram photos and to start wearing it!

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Until next time,