Littler Women- A modern retelling of a classic

How are you wonderful people doing today?

As I was exploring my home library, I found this book and couldn’t help but post a review for it so that all you people can get to know about it and read it.

The beloved March girls come to a vivid new life in this modern-day retelling that is a perfect introduction to the classic tale.

Meg is shown as a 13-year-old fashionista. She thinks being the eldest is the toughest job.

Jo is a 12-year-old bookworm. Soon-to-be published author who likes submitting entries in local papers and magazines.

Beth is a shy and peaceful 10-year-old. Would rather stay home and miss school to bake and spend time with her cat and play her piano.

Amy is the most important person in the room- According to her. A 9-year-old stubborn but cheerful girl.

I’m sure you will too.

I give it 4 out of 5 stars.



Interview with a fictional character

Interview with a fictional character (part 8)

Being the Little Women fan I am, I’ll do an interview today! It’s with Theodore Laurence (you may know him better as Laurie)!

Theodore Laurence in Little Women (2019)

Thrilled to have you with us, Theodore!
TL: Merci, Ms. Tiwari.
Me: [blushes because he said tHANK YOU TO ME IN FRENCH]

Q: Uh- a- a little about yourself, Theodore.
A: I’m Theodore Laurence, better known as Laurie. My wife’s named Amy and a daughter called Elizabeth. My best friend is Jo, who is Amy’s sister. I’m very close to the March family. I live in a house called Parnassus.

Q: How would you describe yourself?
A: I’m generous (I think) and I’m a very jolly sort of person.

Q: How did you feel when you pranked Meg?
A: [blushes slightly] I thought it was a very good idea at first, but when Mrs. March scolded me, I was truly ashamed of myself. I will continue to be embarrassed by the memory forever.

Q: Moving on to good memories. Which incident with Jo was most fun with you in your childhood?
A: All my time with Jo was extremely fun, but the time she cooked was truly hilarious, because the food was horrible, and she was hoping that it would be good. I had kept going on and I was laughing internally all the while! I think Jo must have seen that laughter in my eyes, because she burst out laughing, and we all laughed till tears ran down on our cheeks.
(Note: Chapter 13 of Little Women, ‘Experiments’ for those who don’t remember!)

Q: What’s your favourite quote?
A: “Not in doing what you like, but in liking what you do is the secret of happiness.” -J.M. Barrie.
(Note: I know the timeline doesn’t fit, but this quote seemed very Laurie-like.)

Love having you here, Mr. Laurence!

Signing off,


Little Women


I’m writing after the longest time, so my writing skills have rusted. 😬

Well, anyway, today I’m going to write on a couple of characters of Little Women, which is written by Louisa May Alcott, and I would definitely rate it 5 out of 5.

Recently, I’ve become obsessed with the book. I’ve also seen the 2019 adaptation (which, by the way, is excellent).

My favourite character is Theodore ‘Laurie’ Laurence. He’s smart, playful, witty and loves a bit of mischief and very caring, which are qualities I really like. He has this really deep friendship with Jo March, the second March sister and it would, without a doubt, be in the top 5 of my book friendships list.

The character I relate to the most is Josephine ‘Jo’ March. She is, as I’ve mentioned above, the second March sister. It’s because she adores books (she cries over books and so do I), loves writing and, most importantly (in my opinion), she is very independent.

Until next time!