2016 Book Challenge

This whole thing began when I decided to make a change. The change was to pursue what I liked doing, and that was reading and writing. Since moving to Canada and giving birth to my son, I found myself overwhelmed with the change and the transitioning. I had also experienced some harsh treatment over my passion when I was very young. This all affected my ability to feel powered and sometimes caused me to forget about who I was or what I loved to do.


On December 2016, I finally made a conscious decision to list a few things that I would like to accomplish before 2017. I began to ask myself to read at least ONE book every month. I decided not to start with intense, mind-boggling books, the ones I was used to reading when I was a heavy reader. I did not want to put myself off before I had even started. So I picked books that were easier and friendlier to read, and to my shock, I found myself lost again in love with reading, just as I was before.


Every book I read, regardless of its type or whether I choose it based on my interest has a review, has a tale. I will be sharing my feelings, my views and what I truly like and dislike about it on this blog. My opinions are not to please a crowd or to make myself look good. These are whole-heartedly reviews based on my take of things.

Thank you for taking the time in reading this blog, and I hope that you continue to follow my review on tales, maybe even start reading books with me?

Jeyran Main

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  1. There is nothing quite like holding a paperbook. It creates a level of intimacy and connection that is not possible with e-books. I always have a book on the go, sometimes several! Currently I am struggling my way through Mervyn Peak’s Gormenghast. Struggling because it is not my usual style, it’s weird, it’s big, it’s small print – but I will finish it, I’m determined !

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  2. What you’re doing is great. Ever since I know you (which is my whole life!) you have been reading books and you are a talented writer . I hope I can be a regular book reader too one day 🙂 wish you the very best x


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