Hi everyone! Hope y'all had a good week! I had a VERY busy week. I'm currently writing this post on Friday night because I KNOW that I will not get even a second to blog after now. I even considered not posting this Sunday but decided to post a short one.
Hi y'all! Wow this month is already coming to an end. I honestly was so busy this month, I have no clue how I've managed until now. I'm currently writing this post hours after my usual publishing time. I didn't even think that I would be able to write and post it because my last week has been VERY busy. Today has been the busiest so far, with me reaching home only half an hour back. Which was 7:30pm, way later than I usually reach home. Tomorrow will be even more busy. Anyway, on to the songs...
I have several favourite authors, ranging over different genres. If you ask me who my favourite author is, I'll ask which genre I should choose from. I just can't choose between them. And this means I have quite a few favourite authors. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by The Artsy Reader Blog and this week's topic is Books By My Favorite Authors That I Still Haven’t Read.
I can not believe I waited this long to read this book. While I've seen a lot of people praise the book, I only got it after seeing Kat @ paperbackdreams rave about it. If you let her talk, she will somehow talk about Radio Silence. For a period that was all she spoke about on her Instagram. That convinced me to get the book. I did take a while to start reading it after buying but once I started, I COULD NOT STOP.
Annyeonghaseyo! I can now say that I know most basic conversational words and phrases in Korean. I just said hello formally. Informally, it would be annyeong! I saw this tag over at Bookmark Your Thoughts and thought it's really so here I am, doing it! This tag combines two things I love the most: books and music. So of course, I have to do it.
I've heard a LOT about this book. The last time I went to the second-hand bookstore I frequent, I looked for this book and didn't find it. I asked for it and the shopkeeper said he can get it to me within an hour. I waited an hour and got it. The book has had quite some hype, and it deserves it. The Plot Bexley & Gamin were two separate publishing companies that were about to fold and joined efforts in hopes of saving their companies. The worst part of the join is how different the employees are. As Lucy says, One year on, you can still tell at a glance which company someone came from by his or her physical appearance. The Bexleys are hard geometrics, the Gamins are soft scribbles. It's also evidenced by Lucinda Hutton, a Gamin, and Joshua Templeton, a Bexley.
At this point, I was totally into Kdramas. It's a new world where the shows end after a certain number of episodes, without having upcoming seasons or spin-offs. It's a good thing, but also a bad thing when the shows are too damn good. School 2013 was one of the mediocre dramas that I've watched. I watched it because it stars Lee Jong-suk and Kim Woo-bin, and it was said to be the drama due to which they became best friends.
With the movie's release, everyone's been talking about this book. I finally got to it recently and I didn't like it.
While we go through SEVERAL points of views and follow a lot of characters in the book, at the center are Nicholas and Rachel.
Nicholas is from the uber rich Young family in Singapore but he works as a professor in New York, not telling anyone who his family is...
It's already been another week?! I feel like I wrote last week's Sunday post just a couple days back. Just like this week, the next two years will go by and before I know it I'll be out of college. Scary just thinking about going into the real adulting world.
As I write this, it's Saturday evening and I've just got back from college. You will be seeing this only Sunday afternoon but I'm writing it in advance because I don't need any more excuses to procrastinate studying[...]
This book has been on my TBR for AGES. It's one of the earliest books in my TBR on Goodreads. I was at the bookstore the other day and found a used copy of this book for a low price so I bought it, solely to knock it off my TBR. I really wasn't sure if I still was interested in it.
We follow Yelena, who is given the choice to be the food taster for the commander of Ixia or be executed for her crime. After living for a year in the dungeons, she jumps on the chance of being alive a little longer...
Happy Sunday everyone! I'm currently sneaking in a bit of blogging before I have to get ready and go out, so this post may not be very long. In fact, I think I might write half of it and complete it later in the evening when I'm home. I want this post to be a little long and include everything I want to talk about.