Book Notes

So many books, so little time.”
― Frank Zappa


I don’t read many books but whenever I do, I try to take notes after reading them. I’ve discovered that by making book notes, the learnings stick for longer. You’re forced to actively think about the idea that the book is based on and summarize it in your own words.

I maintain this section of my blog to compile all my highlights and summaries from various books. The notes are short and handy for people looking to learn more about them. Also, all the ratings are arbitrary and are entirely based on my views and opinions.

Morning Rituals by Katie Stone

A great handbook for people looking to the make most out of their mornings. It is filled with practical rituals that can be customized and adopted in morning routines.

The Room on the Roof

The Room on the Roof by Ruskin Bond

A classic fiction about a seventeen-year-old orphaned Anglo-Indian boy, Rusty. His experiences with friendship, love and responsibility and his transformation into an adult.

The Daily Blog of Harley The Dog

A great fun read about human Jodie’s adopted pitbull who blogs her life. The book is short, cheerful and good-humoured. If you’re an animal lover, this book is for you.