Hi. We finally have a book from paperfury! I've been following Cait on her blog for over a year and I've seen many snippets of her writing, I've been waiting for her books. And ATPN did not disappoint. It's sassy, sarcastic, funny, has dark humour and broke my heart. Cait is on the right track as an author.
Hi again everyone! Since the title "favourite songs of the month" is a little long and not really catchy, I decided to change the name. I'll also be using a generic header for every songs on repeat post so it's easier to recognize. Okay so! This month has been pretty long? I always note down the songs I listen to on repeat throughout the month in my bullet journal. When I just flipped back to see it, I feel like those songs were from a long time back even though it was in July only.
I've seen The Night Circus talk online for a looooong time and when I saw the (beautiful) paperback. I'm also getting my fantasy mojo back (after a LONG time) so this is the perfect time. I have to say, I'M SO GLAD I READ THE BOOK. Oh my gosh. It's the most magical book I've ever read. No competition whatsoever. Want a book with magic? Poof, here you go The Night Circus that will show you what you SHOULD be dreaming about. Because let me tell you, this story goes way beyond our best dreams.
I love readathons. If you don't know what readathons are, they're virtual events where many readers read during a certain time-frame and there may be prompts for what books to read, challenges, reading time goals etc. They're super fun because others are reading at the same time and it motivates you to read even more. While I love readathons and want to participate in all of them, I'm usually unable to. Every time a readathon interests me, I either have plans or a lot of work to do. And this time was no exception. But I really wanted to participate. I just got out of my reading slump of over two months but still wasn't back to the same reading pace as before. I thought this readathon would help, and it did! The #7d7bReadathon was hosted by @ecstatic_yet_chaotic on Instagram with the goal of reading any 7 books in 7 days, 16th through 22nd July.
I was so excited for this guys!!!! I spent even quite a bit of money on buying the book. I was pumped. Couldn't wait for my exams to finish so that I can start reading it. Who knew I'll hate it so much. In fact I wanted to sell it back and get another book ASAP because I don't want to hold on to it. Going for that in a couple hours. If you follow me on Instagram you might have seen the annotating and the frustration. Well I'm here to went it all out in a non-spoiler review. I have many annotations. Let's go. If you loved the book, you might not want to read this review.
The question of the week: is my hand healing or not? If you haven't read my last week's post, I got hurt in my hand it looks pretty bad. Plus my health condition isn't mint so things usually turn for the worse. I've been taking care and doing what my doctor told to but *shrug*. As long as it doesn't get worse, I'm not going to panic for a while. Anyway HI GUYS! I didn't think I would do a Sunday Post this week but things ended up piling and I decided to talk about them. The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer to update the readers on our week.
What matters to you more: the plot or the characters? Your answer will determine whether you'll like Uncontrollably Fond or not. This Korean drama was my 5th kdrama. I watched it because it has Kim Woo-bin, who is Lee Jong-suk's bestfriend, and Suzy, who I really liked in While You Were Sleeping. I also heard a LOT about this show, it's praised about online and people love Kim Woo-bin because of this.
Hey everyone! Oh what a hectic week it's been. Honestly it feels like two weeks have passed, not one. I have so much to update y'all on.
I posted a poll on twitter whether I should do another Sunday post like last week to update y'all on my week in life and everyone voted yes so here it is! The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer and I'm so glad to be joining in again so soon!
Title: The Astonishing Color of After Author: Emily X.R. Pan Genre: Magical Realism Category: Young Adult Status: Standalone Goodreads Synopsis: Leigh Chen Sanders is sixteen when her mother dies by suicide, leaving only a scribbled note: 'I want you to remember'. Leigh doesn't know what it means, but when a red bird appears with a… Continue reading The Astonishing Color of After || fantasy + Taiwanese myth elements
This has been a year of rereads for me. I think I've spent more time rereading books than reading new ones, and honestly I'm fine with that! I've gotten to revisit many of my favourite books and gave feels or notice something I missed before.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and this week's topic is Best Books I’ve Read In 2018 (So Far). Although I haven't read as many new books to have 10 books I really loved, I have read enough books.
So I'm just going to list the best 10, which aren't really all that I totally loved. It'll be ordered best to good.
I honestly cannot remember the last time a wrote a post to go up immediately. I'm a huge planner and I usually write my posts in advance. In fact I used to even write posts a month in advance! But I had a blogging slump a while back and then I had my finals so I've been blogging lesser.
I'm back now, though! And I'm doing a more personal post to catch y'all up on my life. I used to do life updates before but I haven't been doing them lately.
It's been a long time since I posted a bullet journal setup! I actually didn't even use my bullet journal much for a couple months because I didn't have the time. It was just college, college work and maybe blog all day.
This month I've had more free time because it's exam time (kinda ironic eh). So I present to you, my July bullet journal setup!
Welcome back to another Korean drama review where I talk about anotherone of my favourites so far! This was the fourth Kdrama I watched and I did not expect that I would like it this much What's the show about? What if you went into your favourite fictional world? What if you met your fictional crush and fell in love with him/her for real? What if THEY fell in love with YOU?