Save 5000 – An Update!

When I started this little global experiment to save plastic bags, I mostly did it on the whim of a moment to remind myself that I needed to be more mindful about plastic. The open letter I wrote prior to this was a result of my own frustration at not being able to be more environmentally conscious and making a serious attempt at reducing my carbon footprints.

I received wonderful supporting comments on the experiment from bloggers as well as anecdotes about their own personal journeys to reduce plastic and how their own communities and cities have committed themselves to this cause that it was very heartening.

I secretly hoped that this experiment would catch on; even wished that even if 100 bags were saved this month, that it would be a success in my eyes. Sadly, it didn’t. I didn’t market it suitably and it failed to take off.

But I am not disappointed. My personal resolve to save plastic as much as possible was partially fulfilled in my own way. Grocery shopping is the personal domain of my dad who goes ambling about the neighbourhood supermarkets looking for the best deals and prices so I don’t really interfere in his territory unless I’ve been given an errand. Since I could not persuade him to carry a reusable bag (and believe me, I have tried!), I felt I should do what I personally can in my own little way.

Result: This October, I saved 6 bags out of 10 shopping/eating experiences. It could have been better but it’s a start. I wasn’t able to confidently use my reusable cloth bag inside a mall so I guiltily accepted a big plastic bag full of books. In other instances, I was too shy to say no especially where takeaway food was concerned.

Anyway, I don’t mean to give this up. I will still carry my cloth bag with me wherever I go stuffed with a couple of old plastic bags that I can reuse. It’s a huge challenge but gradually I hope to gain more confidence in saying the magic words, “No thank you, I’ve got a bag.”


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For the Love of Vintage Books – My Dream Literary Collection

I’m a nostalgic girl. Some of my best bookish memories have been in my early years where I would do nothing but read and wander off into an imaginary world filled with adventures and mysteries. My books even accompanied me even on the lunch and dinner table! A couple of my classmates and I used to exchange reading material but that soon stopped when I realized my books would come back to me with unexplained food stains on their pages. Ugh!

If I ever had unlimited resources, a huge house and a personal home library, I would collect all my favourite childhood books for nostalgia’s sake, preferably in their first editions or the ones with the best vintage illustrations. Here’s a list of authors who would go in my ‘Nostalgia’ section:

  1. Enid Blyton – Those of you who have been reading my bookish chatter here on the blog, might know how much I loved Enid Blyton growing up. I don’t recall how I got started with her books – probably by reading my sister’s old collection. I still remember checking out so many Enid Blyton books from my school library and bringing them home to devour within the next 3 hours. One particular memory is of a 3-in-1 edition of The Naughtiest Girl in School which was a tattered, torn and well-read hardback with a pink cover. I could go on and on about why I loved these books so much but that’s for another post. Since I have not been fortunate to read all the 762 books she wrote from the 1920’s – 1960’s, I would love to own her entire collection! My favourite part used to be the beautiful, vintage illustrations in most of her books!

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  2. Agatha Christie – Hail the Queen of Crime! Dame Agatha is definitely one of my other favourite literary ladies and it was only natural that I transitioned from one famous British lady to another as I grew up. In fact, I hope she and Enid Blyton are having a cup of tea while chatting books or plotting a village mystery together up there! I would definitely want her books to be on my shelves, all 80 of them! My favourite part of her books were the shocking endings!

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  3. Carolyn Keene – Yes, I am most definitely talking about Nancy Drew. I have read so many Nancy Drews growing up but haven’t read all versions written by 28 different ghost writers under the pseudonym Carolyn Keene. For my literary collection however, I would love to go  back to the original 23 ones when the character first appeared in 1930 as a spunky amateur sleuth of 18 years. These vintage collectibles were written by Mildred Wirt Benson and I would like to gift them to my sister because she very much wants to read the very first ones.

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  4. Betty Neels – My sister LOVES Neels’ simplistic romance novels published by Mills and Boon and when our neighbourhood library closed down, my sister salvaged as many of her books as she could find. The theme in all her books is always the same – a young English nurse falls in love with a famous Dutch doctor and thinks she is resigned to a lifetime of unrequited love. I would definitely want to add all 134 books to my collection and gift to my sister.

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  5. J.K Rowling – While I was a huge fan of Harry Potter in my mid teenage years, I have never owned the books. I know the series is still quite popular but many decades later, it will be a rare collectible item so I would like to own the first editions for sure.
  6. Classics – My favourite classics growing up were Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, Heidi by Johanna Spyri, The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, What Katy Did series by Susan Coolidge and Daddy Long-Legs by Jean Webster. I recently realised that these books that I personally own are abridged versions! I would love to own all these rare vintage books with beautiful illustrations and read them all over again in their original format!

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A great website for rare collectibles is Invaluable where you can find antique items such as art, jewelry, toys, wines, books and other items up for auction. According to Invaluable, their most popular item at a recent auction held in May for Hollywood Books, Art and Ephemera was the Pulitzer Prize Winner The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck, an author-signed first edition published in 1939. Have a look at their entire books section to see if you can find something you would like to own!

Disclaimer: I do not own any of the images above. All credit goes to their owners.

What are some rare vintage books that you own or would like to add to your dream literary collection? I would love to know in the comments below.


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Top Ten Tuesday – 10 Wishes I’d Ask The Book Genie

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Top Ten Tuesday is a regular weekly feature hosted by the ladies over at The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s topic is 10 Wishes I’d Ask The Book Genie To Grant Me (a new book from a certain author,  a reading superpower, a library that is your absolutely #librarygoals, a character to come to life, to met a certain author etc. etc.) YOU DREAM IT AND THE BOOKISH GENIE CAN DO IT.

Dear Book Genie,

Firstly, I’m so happy and grateful that you’re here and I’d like to thank you for granting me my wishes! I don’t want to sound too greedy or exceed my given quota but it would be great if you could manifest them all for me. I’m sure you have many other wishes to fulfill as well and I don’t want to waste your time so here goes:

  1. Please grant me the wish to go on a few literary walking tours. Some time ago, I had come across an article about 10 famous literary walking tours for a book lover to add to their bucket list which included places like Bath where Jane Austen lived for a few years. I would love to do a couple of walking tours including an Enid Blyton tour that includes visiting the places where she spent her time writing and some of the locations she mentioned in her books, notably Corfe Castle in Dorset.
  2. Please grant me the wish of my very own cozy reading nook or better yet, a home library/reading room! There are so many cute ones here with window seats overlooking luscious gardens, benches hidden in nooks and crannies and armchairs in the corners with bookshelves running from top to bottom! I could go on and on! There are just too many amazing photographs on Pinterest to make me drool!
  3. Please grant me the wish to visit the Jaipur Literature Festival. I had the privilege of volunteering with the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature two years ago right here in Dubai and it was an extraordinary experience! I was delighted to meet and be in the same room as some of the world’s biggest authors and celebrities including Jeffrey Archer, Shobhaa De, Shashi Tharoor, celebrity chef Rachel Allen, Ian Rankin and many others. I would really like to visit the Jaipur Literature Festival which is the world’s largest free literary event in the notoriously famous pink city Jaipur in Rajasthan, India. It’s a wonderful way to spread literacy and encourage people to read!
  4. Please grant me the wish to see Rainbow Rowell’s books adapted on screen. I’ve only read Attachments so far but it was such a cute, heartwarming tale of two people who work in the same office but have never met that I would love to see it adapted as a romantic comedy/drama on screen!
  5. Please grant me the wish to shadow a famous author. I would love to know what the secrets to their success is, how they overcome writer’s block, what they do to tap into their inner creativity and how ideas flow and how they keep their morale up. Nothing beats the experience of seeing your characters come to life on paper and I feel like I would have a similar creative experience like Emma from Alex & Emma did- brainstorming, giving suggestions, helping the author form a character and a plot and be on a journey filled with adventure and excitement!

    Let’s take a breather here Book Genie, are you tired yet? Hope not, it just gets better and better! 😀
    aladdin-genie

  6. Please grant me the wish to start and successfully run a neighbourhood library for passionate readers. I can never forget July 2008 when I heard the saddest news that our 11 year old tiny, little neighbourhood library was shutting its doors because hardly anyone was reading anymore! I felt a huge part of me was dying literally (not joking!). I would love to start a library someday with hidden rooms behind bookcases that open when you pull out a particular book and other such fun things. My library would have regular reading clubs, read-aloud sessions, creative story-telling and other activities for both children and adults. I know it sounds very wishful (pun intended) but it would be a dream come true!
  7. Please grant me the wish to have a stronger decisive power and a determined focus while reading. Book Genie, you know how I get distracted so easily while reading – my phone is constantly beckoning, I have to watch that video, or look at Instagram or Pinterest. Sometimes I feel like I have the memory of a goldfish and the attention span of a fruit fly. Please help me. I need to be more focused while reading so I don’t lose interest quickly and actually get through 4 pages without getting distracted.
  8. Please grant me the wish that I may be able to let go of reading books on my phone and read more physical books. This is sort of an expansion of Point #7, dear book genie. I feel like that personal touch has gone out of the reading experience ever since I started reading e-books and I am not able to enjoy reading a physical book anymore. Please help me, I need to get back to actual books even though e-books are really convenient.
  9. Please grant me the wish that I may own the entire collection of my all-time favourite authors Enid Blyton and Agatha Christie. Love, love, love these ladies of the 30’s and 40’s and I would love to own everything by them!
  10. Please grant me the wish that my book blog only continues to grow. I have enjoyed writing about my bookish (and non-bookish) experiences here on Thistles and Whistles and I only wish that my blog and the blogs of my blogger friends continues to grow in infinite proportions!

Thank you so much Book Genie, I know my wishes are not too much to ask and that it’s a cinch for you to fulfill them so I am thanking you from the bottom of my heart for making them come true!

Lots of love, hugs and kisses.
Tx

What are your top ten wishes that you would like the bookish genie to grant for you? Let me know below in the comments because I love to hear from you! 🙂


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Let’s Laugh Together!

This post is really about nothing in particular, but I just saw this on my friend’s Facebook profile and it cracked me up so much, I felt I should share it with you all so that you can have a laugh too! Please share it with someone who needs a good ending to their weekend/ a great start to their week tomorrow! 😀

Have a great weekend/work week!

Cheers,
Tx


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For The Love Of Tom Hiddleston – Crimson Peak

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Film: Crimson Peak
Director: Guillermo Del Toro
Genre: Gothic Romance/Horror/Psychological Thriller
Cast: Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Charlie Hunnam
Country: United States
Release Dates: 15th/16th October 2015

The year is 1901. Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska), a young unpublished American writer meets and falls in love with a tall and handsome English baronet and engineer, Sir Thomas Sharpe (Tom Hiddleston) who is in America on business with his sister Lucille Sharpe (Jessica Chastain). After the unfortunate death of her father, Edith marries Thomas and travels back with him home to Cumberland, England. Here, she finds herself acquainted with Allerdale Hall, the Sharpes’ crumbling and creepy mansion on top of Crimson Peak which derives its name from the red clay soil beneath. But what is more disturbing is the creepy supernatural presence in the house as well as the dark secrets being held by the Sharpe siblings.

Have you ever watched a film without even knowing what it’s about and have had your mind blown by its brilliant writing and awesome visual storytelling? On the other hand, have you ever anticipated a film for so long that once it comes out, it completely ruins every single expectation you had about it?

The latter happened to me yesterday. I watched Crimson Peak.

The first thing we noticed when we entered the theatre on a late Thursday afternoon was that it was practically empty. I don’t know why that was the case (especially since it was a declared public holiday!) but it didn’t look like a good sign especially on the first day of its release.

The setting was beautiful. Allerdale Hall was a huge dark and dilapidated house with lots of history, mystery and horror that was over-amplified with the onset of bleak and harsh winters. The overall characterizations were nicely written and the three were brilliant in their respective roles. Mia’s Edith was naive yet determined and curious as a cat to get down to the bottom of things. Tom’s Thomas was intelligent, charming, passionate about what he worked for and yet bogged down by the ghosts of his past. Jessica’s Lucille was cold, unfeeling and highly controlling. However, the character graphs did not hold many elements of surprise that could have taken the story to a whole new level.

Although the movie was rated 18+, we went in fully knowing that some sexual graphic scenes were going to be slashed by the strict local censors. This is pretty normal in this part of the world so we wouldn’t have minded so much except this time, it interrupted the flow of the story which we didn’t care for at all.

The actual ghosts were neither ghostly nor spooky. The metaphorical ghosts unearthed, were more dangerous and spine-chilling. However, their demonic power of a complex and twisted psychological nature was highly diminished by the weak and incomplete plot which had nothing to do with the gaps created by the censors and everything to do with the feeble writing. There was a wild overuse of the crimson hue (as rightly pointed out to me by my sister) and this metaphor for blood, gore and other evil things could have been toned down in our opinion.

I apologize because I know this review in no way qualifies as complete since we obviously missed out on a few scenes that could (but I doubt it!) have been crucial to the film but even so, the plot was terribly hollow and thin. I cannot discuss more of this without giving away any spoilers but let’s just say that we left the cinema hall with more questions and baffled expressions than horrified trembling faces.

Expectations were high, that much I know.
– Thistles and Whistles

Rating: 2.5 stars out of 5


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Films I am Looking Forward To This Fall/Winter 2015

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As much as I love the big screen experience, going to the cinemas can get really expensive. I am a rare movie-goer and very picky about the ones I watch on the big screen. I’ve been to the cinemas for only two movies this year – Kingsman: The Secret Service and Spy, both coincidentally being of the same spy/action-comedy genre – one was more comedy than the other but both thoroughly enjoyable.

This Fall/Winter there are some amazing films coming out which I am very excited about and hope to catch in theaters. There’s a heavy bias involved in choosing the first three films and you’ll know why soon enough:

      1. Crimson Peak : So, I’m not a fan of the horror genre. AT ALL. I’m that chicken who covers her eyes shut with the palms of her hands and peeps at the screen through her fingers when a scary scene comes on. I haven’t watched more than two horror films in cinemas and in retrospect, they were both very mildly scary. Crimson Peak, I’ve heard, is heart-palpitating-touch-me-and-I’ll-scream-bloody-murder kind of scary. So why am I going? Well, my answer is simply – Tom Hiddleston. The trailer really fascinated me though. I mean, what’s not to love about a dashing English gentleman with a shady past who woos and marries an American wannabe-author and brings her home in a beautiful but creepy manor on top an equally creepy hill where blood curdling ‘crazy shit’ begins to take place? Yeah, that’s kinda fun.
        Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Charlie Hunnam
        Director: Guillermo Del Toro
        Release Date: October 16th 2015
      2. High Rise – This film, set in the mid 1970’s is based on J.G. Ballard’s dystopian novel of the same name. Dr. Robert Laing is a young doctor who moves into a luxury tower block that is cut off from main society. I haven’t read the novel yet so I don’t know what exactly happens but judging from this movie clip, there’s some weird stuff expected. I hope to read the novel before I go for it but my main motive for watching this movie is pretty clear.
        Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Elizabeth Moss, Sienna Miller, Luke Evans
        Director: Ben Wheatley
        Release Date: TBA
      3. I Saw The Light – This movie choice also has to do with the same above tall, dapper, Englishman with blue eyes. Only this time, he’s playing a biopic role of 1940’s legendary American country singer Hank Williams whose alcohol and substance abuse caused his untimely death at age 29. This movie portrays his fiery and tumultuous relationship with his wife and manager Audrey Williams. Hand the man a guitar and ask him to croon in a country twang and let’s see what he does!
        Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Elizabeth Olsen
        Director: Mark Abraham
        Release Date: November 27th 2015
      4. Spectre – 2015 seems to be the year of spies! Skyfall has to be my favourite film of the whole Daniel Craig series. Not only did I love Adele’s haunting opening melody, but it showed James Bond in a very vulnerable light in the dark and breathtakingly beautiful Scottish countryside. I can’t say I am equally excited for Spectre but I would like to see how Ralph Fiennes plays the ruthless M in place of the strong Judi Dench. There’s way too much action in this film than I care to see but this is a series which I would like to finish.
        Starring: Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Christopher Waltz, Andrew Scott
        Director:  Sam Mendes
        Release Date: November 6th 2015 onward

Are you going to see any of these movies as well or are you going to see something else? Let me know in the comments below. I LOVE hearing from you! 🙂


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Siblinghood of the World Bloggers Award !

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I’m so honored to be nominated by the lovely Alicia of The Cyborg Knight for the Siblinghood of the World Bloggers Award! Please check out Alicia’s blog, she writes about sci-fi and fantasy books, games and TV shows! Thank you so much Alicia for the nomination! 😀

RULES

  • Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link back to their blog
  • Display the award on your blog
  • Answer the ten questions sent to you
  • Nominate ten bloggers for the award
  • Make up ten new questions for your nominees to answer

ALICIA’s QUESTIONS AND MY ANSWERS

1. When did you really get into reading? Was it at an earlier age or later in life?
Oh, I was a wee little thing when I got into reading thanks to my dad who encouraged me to read a lot. In fact one of my earlier posts on this blog explains a bit about how I got into reading here

2. What do you like to do when you are not reading?
When I am not reading, I’m either blogging, watching a movie or TV show or spending some time on social media. Other than that, I like to do some yoga everyday.

3. If you had to live in any world in any book, what would it be?
Good question! I suppose, it would have to be the world of Enid Blyton. I grew up reading her books where young pre-teens such The Famous Five, Secret Seven, The Five Find-Outers would go off having adventures on islands or the woods and find themselves solving mysteries. It was a pretty exciting and imaginative world for me and I would have loved to be part of their secret societies.

4. What did you want to be when you grew up? Did you become what your 6 year old self wanted to be?
I wanted to be so many things when I was very young! I wanted to be a writer, have my own magazine, be on TV as a reporter or TV host or work at the airport as ground staff! I didn’t exactly become any of those things but I did work at the airport for a couple of months and decided it wasn’t my cup of tea. I did make a magazine while pursuing my Masters degree in Media and Communication and co-host our college show for one episode and loved both so much! It was a childhood dream come true!

5. What is your favorite Christmas or Holiday tradition?
I am Indian and I absolutely adore the hundreds of festivals we keep celebrating throughout the year! I can’t really pick one favourite tradition but I love it when Indian communities get together and celebrate out on the streets, playing music and dancing and having fun. This is something that you don’t get to see here in Dubai (except maybe during Diwali when kids burst firecrackers) and I really miss that.

6. What TV shows are you ridiculously obsessed with?
I am definitely into Sherlock but I can’t say I am obsessed with it because the waiting period between two seasons is too long that I often forget about it. Currently, I’m into Young & Hungry but my all-time favorite sitcom has to be F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

7. If you could have lunch with any author or actor or mentor/hero, who would it be?
Sigh, Tom Hiddleston. But of course, I have so many mentors, authors and coaches that I would love to meet and ask hundreds of questions.

8. How long does it usually take you to finish a book?
I have actually become slower in reading than when I was a child because I get distracted way too easily. I would say an average of 3-4 days, sometimes even longer!

9. Do you have any pets? What pets would you like to someday bring into your home?
No unfortunately. But I would love love love to have a cuddly cat companion one day.

10. If I told you I didn’t like to read, but I was hoping to find a book that would change my opinion of reading, what book would you recommend to me?
Oh, that’s a tough one! I would really recommend starting with short stories as they’re the one of the best proofs of an author’s talent for telling a compelling tale in a few short pages and ideal for getting into the reading habit. I would love you to start reading Agatha Christie’s collection of shorts like The Listerdale Mystery and The Golden Ball and other stories.

MY QUESTIONS

  1. What is the number one issue that you would personally like to stand up for in today’s world?
  2. Your favourite fall/winter foods?
  3. A favourite movie that you can keep watching over and over again?
  4. If you could adopt a personality trait of any one of your favorite fictional characters in books or film, what would it be?
  5. Your favourite quote/mantra of all time.
  6. In an alternate universe, imagine you’re somebody/something else. What/who do you imagine yourself to be? It doesn’t necessarily have to be human or a living thing. It can be ANYTHING. There are no rules, let your imagination run wild.
  7. Do you remember any memorable prank you played or one that was played on you? Or maybe, there’s one that you would like to play on someone? What was/is it?
  8. If you could ask your favorite mentor/actor/ideal only ONE question, what would it be?
  9. Do you have a go-to place where you can completely feel relaxed?
  10. Tips for blogging newbies?

I NOMINATE:

  1. Jessy of Koolitzable
  2. Rebeca of Books and Messy Buns
  3. Katherine of Neon Yeti Reads
  4. Somali of Scribbles and Scrawl
  5. Bernadette of Haddon Musings
  6. Stefani of Caught Read Handed
  7. Yvo of It’s All About Books
  8. La duchesse d’Erat
  9. Galit of Coffee n’ Notes
  10. Cristina of My Tiny Obsessions

Congratulations to the nominees and please go visit these lovely blogs, they’re all pretty awesome! 😀


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