Arathi Menon spent her childhood in Bangalore where she learnt to love dogs, trees and beer. At the age of thirty-five, she found herself divorced and trying to rebuild a life from scratch. In the process, she rediscovered fun, began to value all the little things that make life such an astonishing gift and got back to writing. She lives in Bombay and is addicted to happiness and books. "
"Leaving Home with Half a Fridge is her first book.
@zigzackly Anita Desai Baumgartner's Bombay, characters etched out well, a taut storyline, brings alive beloved Bom… https://t.co/Fa1SQILg4S
by @unopenedbottle - yesterday
@zigzackly My book, Leaving Home With Half A Fridge, Bombay is a character there and helped me survive a tough time :)
RT @the_indiasaga: #Book Review : Leaving Home With Half A Fridge @unopenedbottle #leavinghomewithhalfafridge #theIndiasaga https://t.co/ic…
RT @_amroali: "The book profession is the noblest & dignified profession on earth. The last bastion that repels corruption" Hagg Hussein #A…
by @unopenedbottle - 4 days ago
RT @hathoric: Don't look now: the artists who turn their backs on the world https://t.co/qnMWlEBTFM
Arthmenon - 19 days ago
'We all have secret bad habits which we don’t even consider bad.' #stillfiguringitout
Arthmenon - 29 days ago
sometimes, all a stormy mind needs is a good dose of scrubbing - 'for some people like me, tidying-up is incredibly therapeutic' #StillFiguringItOut
Arthmenon - one month ago
#StillFiguringItOut takes a look at one of the most important lessons an artist should learn '
I was talking to a professor of dance. We were discussing about how to sustain a life of creativity and whether one can actually teach someone to be an artist. I asked her what she thought was the most important lesson she taught her students.'
Arthmenon - 2 months ago
'I think all of us go through so much angst about making a choice, for we are the sum total of our impulsive, happy, twisted, practical, serious, naive, wild, informed and weird choices. ' StillFiguringItOut on choosing
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