The Universe as we know it is a bouquet of multitudinous, constantly revolving, constantly moving objects. In the largest scheme of things, we figure as nothing but mere specks. God, the one Creator of everything that exists, made sure that existence didn’t show bias. Everything, from the brightest star to the dullest meteor is allowed to take its own path. Occasionally, there are explosions from them running in to each other, but who’s complaining? There are after all, certain laws that keep them away from each other most of the time. And that’s just how the Universe works. If God is content with watching the Universe learn on its own, how does one planet’s haughty rebellion even matter?
Here's another exciting cover reveal for a book that is so important for us in this time and age. Called Gay Icons of India, written by Hoshang Merchant and Akshaya K. Rath, and published by Pan Macmillan India, this book is a celebration of 22 queer people who have been such inspirations that it's hard to talk about LGBTQIA without talking about them.
I was supposed to have reviewed this book a long time ago, but no thanks to circumstances, I’m late in reviewing this wonderful, short book of poetic story-in-verses from author Ankita Singh.
I came across Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda when I joined BookTube. Or rather, when I started following all the amazing people on there. Every single BookTuber had only good things to say about this book. And when its sequel also made an appearance, I knew I had to get on with it. Becky Albertalli awaited me and I had to start reading her works as soon as possible! But apparently, I couldn’t do it soon enough because a movie based on this book came out and I hadn’t read it yet. The movie’s called Love, Simon and I can’t wait to watch it now that I have read the book!