Hi guys! I hope you’re all having a woderful time. Any plans for the weekend? Well, I’ll be staying at home over the weekends, watch the second season of How To Get Away With Murder (I just finished the first season few days ago and OMG!) or the fourth season of Sherlock, and of course, read. It’s a perfect weekend, right? 🙂
Hi guys! We’re now in the second month of the year! Where did January go? That was a little fast.
Happy New Year! ♥
Hi guys! Wow! Four more months and we will be saying our hellos to 2017. How time flies! Anyway, I hope you had a great reading month. Mine was okay, i think. I was able to read 6 books in June and sadly, just 1 book in July!
Happy April Fool’s day! I remember last year when I read a post about Daryl Dixon’s death in the season 5 finale of The Walking Dead. I was so sad and worried because I thought it was true. Then after watching the episode, I realized that it was April 1st and I got fooled. Good job! So, let’s move on to my recap. March went so fast and it was a little crazy (at least for me) and exciting. I am now a yellow belter in Karate. I passed my exam (March 17) and I’m so proud of it. Honestly, I never […]
Happy 1st day of March! Wow! Time flies really fast. Me and my husband spent the last day of February making flammkuchen (Tarte flambée). He asked our friends to come in our apartment to have a flammkuchen party. Everything turned out great. ♥ So, aside from sharing the books I read this month, I also want to share some of the highlights of my February. – My husband surprised me with a Harry Potter slash Game of Thrones quest on our 4th year anniversary. He hid his gifts and gave me a written instructions on how to find them. We did it around […]
Happy February! Can you smell love in the air? January went by so quickly, right? I had a great start of the year and aside from January is my birth month, a lot of awesome things happened too. I’ve discovered new great books and authors, I got new funko pops (Dean and Sam Winchester), Netflix (finally) added the season 8 of The Big Bang Theory, I’m part of a book club called The Literary Lions, and a lot lot more.Now let me share to you the books I read for the month of January. I read 4 books (total of 973 pages) and […]
I can’t believe that it’s already 2016. Happy New Year, by the way! I would like to share my Top 10 Favorite Books of 2015. Sadly, I wasn’t able to complete my reading challenge last year. I read 49 books and my goal was 50. I know right! Just one book. I still stick to 50 books for this year and hopefully, i’ll be able to complete the challenge. So, let me start with my top five favorite stand-alones, in no particular order.
It’s never too late, right? I’ve been in a blogging slump (if there’s a thing like that) these past few weeks. So forgive me for the late updates.in November Crown of Midnight by Sarah Maas – 4/5 stars I think now I can say that I like Crown of Midnight more than the first book. The character development is superb in this one. I’m glad that I finally got see the more badass assassin side of Celaena and as well as her flaws. She can be annoying sometimes. I have to admit that i like the Dorian more here but […]
Am i the only who feels like October went by so fast? I feel like I’ve just posted my September Wrap-Up yesterday and now it’s time again for a monthly wrap-up. Oh well, I read a total of 6 books this month and they are all good.A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED BY AGATHA CHRISTIE – 4/5 STARS This is the fifth book in the Miss Marple series and my second read from Agatha Christie. This book introduced me to Miss Marple and her unique way of investigating and solving a crime. She has an interesting character and maybe after reading some of the books […]
Hi guys! It’s the 5th of October and I think it’s never too late for a wrap-up. So, here are the books I’ve read for the month of September.
bye august! bye summer! Happy September 1st. I can hear christmas bells and smell christmas cookies. Let’s start with some great things that happened in my life last August. I’ll be getting my ID next week. We went to Ausländerbehörde for my residence permit and we’re happy because we didn’t have problems. That also means that I can now work. We’ve started going to a different gym and we love the new ambiance. We bought an action camera! We want to record simple events in our lives. We went to Funeral for A Friend’s gig in MuzikZentrum. It was fun! I updated my book blog! Yey! I […]
These pretties came in the mail today, except my Gizmo, and I can’t help not to share them with you guys. Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie I’ve read And Then There Were None with Joyce few days ago and we both loved it. We’ve decided to start collecting Christie’s novels. This book was recommended to me by the majority of my bookish friends (one of them is Erika) as a second read from Christie. Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch This is my book for this month’s “1HB a month”, a “thing” that Joyce and I started. We love hardbound books (Who […]
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline | Goodreads I’ve been reading and hearing good things about this book. I know that being a gamer is an advantage on reading this and I’m lucky because my husband is a “gamer since birth”. I sometimes tease him that his twin brother is Super Mario. Other readers who’ve finished this book said that even if you don’t have a vague knowledge about games, you can still relate and enjoy this book. P.S. Armada is on my to-buy list. Night Film by Marisha Peesl | Goodreads This book was We The Book Dragons‘ book for the month […]
What’s up fellow Book Lovers?! I’ve been MIA again and I’m sorry for that. I’m just loosing focus on blogging and I can’t bring myself to write some decent book reviews. Hopefully this will pass. So right now I want to share some of the highlights from last month. It was a great and memorable month for me. The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini The Clocks by Agatha Christi Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and his Years of Pilgrimage by Haruki Murakami Angelfall by Susan Ee Shadow Man by Cody McFadyen Scarlet by Marissa Meyer THE […]
Hello June! I’m a bit late. How are you doing? Here is my May wrap-up and I will also include my Week 22. • That’s me and B with our favorite book. That was also our entry for #booksarentdangerous campaign last week. One of his favorites is Krabat by Otfried Preußler. • I won a limited edition tote bag from @I’veReadThat and I’m so excited to use it. Check out their website at ivereadthat.com and feel free to follow me. • I’ve discovered through a friend in Instagram an awesome app called Steller. You can share your photos/videos as slideshows on this app. Here’s my […]
I’ve read a total of 4 books (2 physical and 2 ebooks) just like last month. The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith – It’s my second time participating the Bookish Pinoys Read-Along and this our BOTM. I kinda like this book because it’s Mystery and just like Robin, I also want to be like a detective’s assistant/secretary. I can’t wait to read the next case of Strike. I rated this 4 out of 5 stars. Every You, Every Me by David Levithan – The fourth book from David Levithan I’ve read. I just love this author. I rated this 4 out […]