Fun Saturdays Vol.2 : Of Books and Movies

 

Hey everyone!

Its time to take a break from the makeup talk and time for some weekend fun! Let me show what I’ve been upto this week..

I found an amazing library near my place and this is what I’ve been reading this past week. My love for novels goes back to my school days when I would devour not only my own but my entire  friend circle’s  library book reads of the week in 3 days! 

 

Jeffrey Archer : The Fourth Estate
Jeffrey Archer : The Fourth Estate

 

[smartads]

 

Nothing makes a better companion to a good read than a bag of crunchy munchies! I’ve been  loving the Aliva Multigrain Waves in Cream n Herb flavor these days. 

 

 

Aliva Multigrain Waves Cream & Herb Flavour
Aliva Multigrain Waves Cream & Herb Flavour

 

The Amazing Spider Man released yesterday and I caught an early show to this awesome movie. It was a really good movie and I liked the Andrew Garfield-Emma Stone pair so much more than Tobey Macquire-Kirsten Dunst! The 3D is really good especially in the aerial shots of the city! Worth a watch in the theatre!

 

The Amazing Spider Man
The Amazing Spider Man

 

Since so many of you liked my artwork last week, I’m sharing another pic this time of one of my watercolors. I’m wondering if I can find a spot on my kitchen wall for this one.

 

Strawberries in watercolor
Strawberries in watercolor

 

[note color=”#FFE4C4″]How was your week? What would you rather do – read a book or watch a movie? Share your comments below! I look forward to reading your replies 🙂 [/note]

Also ReadFun Saturdays Vol.1 : 5 Random Things about me

 

26 Comments

  1. Wow u really managed to catch the light in the strawberry painting specially in the strawberry on the left . if u had not said u painted it i would have thought it was foil work……beautiful …keep it up

  2. wowww… those strawberriesss… as if i can touch them! great work!
    me pakka going for the movie. and perhaps start nine lives by william darymple (sorry dont know the name exactly)

  3. Ohh love reading u know. I was famous for the same thing in school. used to borrow everybody’s library book. 😀
    love the painting.The effect is so nice n real. i feel like eating strawberries now. 😉 will try to catch the movie soon!

  4. wow…your painting is soooooo good 🙂 I suck at brushes n sketches 😀 you are such an allrounder 😀 trained dancer, an IITian and painting…great to know you, Ankita 🙂

  5. Your strawberries have now made me crave for strawberry icecream at 12.30 a.m :(…..I’m now reading the latest sensation..Fifty Shades of Grey.. Interesting to say the least!

  6. You made me smile when you talked about chips and books. When I was a teenager there was nothing I enjoyed more than a bag of Doritos and an Anne Rice novel. 🙂

    I love to read books. Now that school is over, I am rotating 3 books. One is about the 6 wives of Henry the 8th, one is about discoveries made about Ancient Egypt and one is an anthropology textbook (I swear it is not as boring as I am making it seem. LOL).

  7. i dint catch the vol 1 ..and went back to read that too! 😀
    I just finished “dork” and it was amusing.. even I’m done with my engineering this year 🙂 and im into sketching and painting (too :P) I must say you are good with watercolor ankita! i love the shine on the berries.
    ps: i learnt classical dance in school and western in college 😀 and i love poha too.. upma more though 😛 3 times a day will keep me happy 😛

  8. Wow! you paint!! those strawberries look so good enough to eat. you are very talented, Ankita 🙂
    Also, I am so going to try out those cream n herb munchies. been waiting to find out a good munch alternative to chips.
    I am also waiting to watch Spiderman, am so happy to see a rave review on it 🙂

  9. Oh my.. tat artwork is damn awesome! 😀

    looks like 3D gal.. u r a fab artist!!! 🙂

    i m gonna watch spiderman 3D tomo.. excited!

    i too love jeffrey archer and have devoured most of his works! have u read the shiva trilogy? go for it if u havn’t ….

  10. I consider myself a reader more than a movie watcher, but if it is a toss up between a great movie and an above average book, I would go for the movie.

    Just finished reading What the dog saw by Malcolm Gladwell. I’m not much of a non-fiction reader, but MG is good reading for someone in my profession. Now reading or rather re-reading Wolf Hall before I pick up its sequel, Bring up the bodies.

    We were supposed to catch spiderman this weekend for my son, but work cropped up :(. Am glad you recommend it because he has been worried that it wont live up to the previous ones which he adores!

    And yes I need a snack when I read! Some thing crunchy and salty.

    1. He’ll love it, some parts of the 3D are quite exciting! I’ve never read Malcolm Gladwell. The most recent non-fiction I read was Mayada by Jean Sasson. Have you read any Jean Sasson books? Most of her books are stories from Middle East based around the struggle and oppression that women face in those societies. Even though they are quite saddening, I still can’t stop myself from reading them.

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