"Book On It"

"Where is my bookmark? Which audiobook are my headphones plugged into?"

I am reading “When Dimple met Rishi” by Sandhya Menon. I heard about this book on Twitter. Then saw it at my local library’s bookshelf and snatched it up for my shelf. It is an unique romantic experience between young Indian people, understanding their cultural expectations yet exploring their voice and heart. The book cover is also inviting and fresh.

In spirit of my favorite holiday, Halloween, I am listening to “Interview with the Vampire” by Anne Rice. I have seen bits of the film enough to know who plays which character but also still be unaware of what is going to happen next. The narrator of the audiobook, Simon Vance, reads with the accent that makes the vampires alluring.

I finished “Call Me By Your Name” by André Aciman. It was a time when it was okay to read the novel after seeing the film, for there are some differences. While the book was quite descriptive in parts, there was wonderful imagery and language in the depths of Elio’s mind.