Posting from the airport today as I wait for my flight to return home—which, lets face it, as much as I loved this trip and seeing old friends I am dying to return home to my baby dog—and it’s my first time ever really spending significant time in an admiral’s lounge. I have to say, it’s pretty amazing.
Now, with the wedding and all that travel back to the airpor yesterday, I didn’t have a chance to do the second blogger support feature of the week or respond to much of anything. Clearly I’m going to have to set aside some time to catch up during this coming week. I’ve gotten behind in a lot of things, including my own personal writing.
And speaking of writing, Tanmay Jain @ Bookinton—which happens to be a blog name I am quite in love with as a result of the somewhat posh feel it has for me—has a blog, while somewhat dedicated to books and the wonderful things we read, features a lot of his own amazing writing on his blog. There’s a lot of short flash-fiction and writing prompts he posts which was pretty exciting to get a read through of early this morning as I was randomly choosing a new blog to feature.
As I’m featuring book reviews, however, you’re just going to have to go and visit Tanmay Jain’s blog yourself to have a look at his writing. He’s even got a few stories in some sequenced posts on there as well.
Today, I’m featuring Tanmay Jain’s review for Sniper’s Eye by Mainak Dhar, a crime fiction novel that likely wont be for me due to my extreme avoidance of crime fiction but might be something some of you may be interested in reading if the genre fits your book loves.
“The confusion of the protagonists as he found out about different accounts and trying to figure the point out was quite suspenseful and in the end…”
Drop by Bookinton to read the full review and give Tanmay Jain some of your love!
As always, I wish you all happy readings! Hopefully you’re enjoying the book most currently in your hands.