Chronology Of Sherlock Holmes Stories

Today I am presenting to you guys the chronological order of the stories in which the character of Sherlock Holmes appears. I hope you will find it useful.

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December 2017 Reading Suggestions

Welcome to the fourth instalment of monthly reading suggestions. As it is the last month of the year, I will be publishing a list of the year’s best books in major genres by the end of this month. Till then keep reading, keep learning.

  1. The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur 

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Everything we know about the Elder Wand

Have you always been intrigued by Elder Wand’s power and its history? Have you always been fascinated by how its owners change? Then you are the perfect place as this Pottermore article explain everything we can conclude about the Elder wand after reading the books. So let’s begin.

It was probably first used by Antioch Peverell

Dumbledore uses the Elder Wand to extract a memory

In the wizard fable ‘The Tale of the Three Brothers’, the eldest brother has gifted a powerful wand created by Death himself. In the end, he was murdered for his seemingly unbeatable wand.

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Unsung Heroes: Frank and Alice Longbottom

Every Potterhead has a soft corner for Neville and so for his parents, Frank and Alice Longbottom. In this post, I am sharing a piece about Frank and Alice Longbottom on Pottermore. Let us have a look on the glorious and painful life of one of the best Aurors to ever live.

Illustration of Frank and Alice Longbottom with baby Neville

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November 2017 Reading Suggestions

Welcome to the third installment of monthly book suggestions. I hope you all liked the last months’ suggestions. This month I have some really good non-fictional books for all of you alongside some really interesting fiction. So let us begin.

1.  When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi

At the age of thirty-six, on the verge of completing a decade’s worth of training as a neurosurgeon, Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer. One day he was a doctor treating the dying, and the next he was a patient struggling to live. And just like that, the future he and his wife had imagined evaporated.

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A Fresh Look

I have made some changes to the blog’s design and layout. I have followed a minimalist approach and tried to keep the things simple. Also from now on, I will be posting more actively. So don’t forget to drop down your views about the new design in the comment section below and connect to the blog on Facebook. Keep reading and keep writing.

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