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Hello, I'm Kiki.

It's great to meet you. I'm a full-time student and a enthusiastic bibliophile - even when all the readings begin to pile up!

When I first began this blog, I felt like it was something I needed to prove to my peers. However, I feel as though now it is a part of my very existence. It simply is a part of me in every way that I do. I don't know what it would be like for it not to be in my life now.

I hope you enjoy reading my blog as I have done creating it. I know that there are constant changes to the blog itself, but I don't believe in the word perfection. I feel as though every time it is simply an improvement on the image that I first thought out.

The Epeolatry itself is based on my favourite genres: YA; Childrens; Romance; Action; Adventure; Fantasy. Because if all else fails, these would be the worlds I would want to live in myself.

If you have any suggestions as to how this blog should be, or even that you would like an interview for one of your books, I would be very happy to look into this.

For the time being,

Have a wonderful read!


  1. Hi,

    I found your blog through Book Blogger List website and would request a book review on
    a newly released book named "When She Smiled" (launched on Kindle only).

    Please let me know your shipping address so I can send
    the physical copy at your address.

    Or, if there is an email address where I can email the book PDF.

    Below is some information related to the book:

    Title of the Book: When She Smiled
    Author Name: Ritoban Chakrabarti
    Genre: Young Adult (YA), Romance
    Age Bracket : 13-25
    Page Count/Length : 232 Pages

    Book Synopsis:
    Mrityunjoy Roy is a fifteen year old Bengali who has spent the last ten years of his life growing up in Shimla, India. While his family is completely academically oriented, he wants something more. Finally he meets Akanksha in school, who turns his world upside down with her gorgeous looks and mind boggling smile. As fate would have it, she joins his tuition, and thus begins the torrid year of puppy love, romance, heartbreak, tragedy, and self discovery. Set among the scenic Shivalik hills of Shimla when mobile phones and internet were non-existent, this is a story of how an average young teenager comes to terms with his destiny.

    Amazon Page:

    Do let me know if you need any more information related to the book.

    I will look forward to your wonderful response.

    Thank You

  2. My email is


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