I read

Some of the blogs I follow most religiously:

He's the cynic, the nerd, the jock, the funny guy. His stories are gripping, fabulously written and quirky. But Sushmit won't write anything but fiction. And he may be known to write once in Lord knows how many months, but I wouldn't miss his posts for anything. Wish he blogged more often...sigh.

The Magic in Words
A blog by one of my dearest friends and a person I look up to in everything. Amar expresses every feeling in beautiful words, even better in poetry. His words truly ooze magic!

My World
My best friend's blog, where she writes just about anything and everything one can think of. Her style is informal and catchy and everyone can relate to her writing. She loves using sarcasm as a literal weapon. Though I would love it if she wrote more often.

For The Love of Fashion and Other Things
Shreya's a chic fashionista, and writes very relatable and fun posts on fashion, current trends, food, shopping and travel.

Coming down to books, we all have our own preferences in reading. But some of us just read for the pure joy of reading, whether it is drama, romance, thriller or non-fiction. Being one such readaholic, I have read a wide variety of books ever since I first learned to differentiate between words and alphabets. Some of the good books that I have read and would definitely recommend (and plan to review one by one on my blog too) are:

Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen

A Suitable Boy - Vikram Seth

Great Expectations - Charles Dickens

Shantaram - Gregory David Roberts

Endless Night - Agatha Christie

The Glass Palace - Amitav Ghosh

The Kite Runner - Khaled Hosseini

City of Djinns - William Dalrymple

Three Men in a Boat - Jerome K. Jerome

Confessions of a Shopaholic - Sophie Kinsella

To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee

Midnight's Children - Salman Rushdie

Chanakya's Chant - Ashwin Sanghi