About BookCrazy

About the Author

Feels good to call myself an ‘author’, even if it is of a personal blog. Which clearly conveys that I love writing. I guess, it is simply that it is this medium I am most comfortable expressing myself in. Not to mean I am an introvert or suffer cold-feet when facing an audience. Just that the written word seems more powerful to me than the spoken ones.

I love literature, which is almost a given by the name of my blog. Quite a few posts here might suggest that I am more of a philosophy reader, which though, is not true. I do think about the ‘big questions’ and a lot of literature that I read trigger various ideas which help me think better. My ‘philosophy’ reading and knowledge is limited to what I am pushed towards while reading fiction. In any case, does genre really matter?

Professionally, I am a lawyer mostly dealing with Commercial Arbitrations. I do not hate my job and niether am I obsessed. Though, of all professions I could have chosen, I believe this is the one I can enjoy the most. Except of course, the dream of being a published author someday. However, that dream, as of now, remains a dream. No complaints, though.

I live in India.

 About the Blog

This blog started one month before the final semester exams for my law degree. During the mundane task of preparing for the exams, I started visiting literary blogs, as I had no time for literature as such. That’s when I decided it was time for me to have one of my own.

This is not a literary blog or a book blog per se. It is more of a blog by a reader and lover of literature who thinks a lot about what he reads. Therefore, this blog basically records my thoughts on literature, authors, books, and ideas that they have successfully implanted in me.

I can be contacted at admin[at]theksr[dot]com

15 responses to “About BookCrazy

  1. Hey bookcrazy. APYR, I just put up a thing by my old thesis prof on Nietzsche and “pure will”…

  2. Hi, I just bumped into your blog thanks to a google search on Albert Camus!

    This is a great way to start my day… it is not everyday that one finds blogs as interesting as this one. If you don’t mind, I will link it to mine. If you mind I will link it anyway 🙂


  3. Sarahfranko,

    Firstly, thanks for liking the blog. Not many people are upto these ‘dry’ stuff these days. I have been off blogging for over a month now thanks to my job but am struggling to be able to come back. I am only happy that you want to link my blog to yours. Also, please drop in your blog link so that we can visit yours too!

  4. Heya
    Great Blog,i have started this group blog, to promote reading habits in people.
    THis will be done, by writng about books, and creating awareness.
    Do check it out
    we would be grateful if you could join us in our mission
    Thank you

  5. Hi,

    I stumbled upon your blog while looking for existentialism on the net. I am big time Dostoevsky and Camus fan myself but never read Sartre though…Nice to meet you…I am blog rolling you…


  6. Hi Neeraj,

    Thanks for adding me to your blogroll. I would really recommend Sartre. But he needs to be read with patience. You may start with ‘Nausea’.

  7. Looks great…I’ll be back.

  8. I just found this site. Its fantastic. Thanks for the time and effort you put into it. I’ll be back frequently!

  9. With a title like Book Crazy I thought you might want to know about a blog by NY Times best selling author Charlotte Hughes called Group Therapy. She is accenting her craziness because her new series centers on a psychologist and her zany patients. This blog is at:

    Daviid J Berndt
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  10. Mehreen Kasana

    Hi Bookcrazy,

    I just wanted you to know that I am so pleased to have found your blog through an acquaintance’s; I am a crazy book worm myself and there is nothing better than meeting another book-lover.

    I write too at http://www.mehreenkasana.wordpress.com 🙂

    Thought I’d come by and let you know that I totally love your site.


  11. Hi Book Crazy!
    I just bumped into your blog by mistake….I am researching Dostoevsky for an assignment i am doing in Library Practice!!
    I’m a crazy bookworm myself and can’t wait to get back to my latest book after a day in reality???
    I LOVE Dostoevsky myself also and have only read Crime and Punishment years ago!!! Must re read it and his others!

    Too many books….too little time!

  12. Are you still blogging? I found your old post about Summertime on goodreads and read your essay.

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