2015 Reading Challenge Update: 32nd and 33rd books

A book with non-human characters and a book with more than 500 pages. It has been a long time since I published an update for my 2015 Reading Challenge. It is because my reading pace has slowed down ūüė¶ because my writing job is just so draining. On a positive note, here are my recent… Continue reading 2015 Reading Challenge Update: 32nd and 33rd books

BOOK READS: A Review of The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold

A creepy yet moving tearjerker. As I said in my recent 2015 Reading Challenge update, The Lovely Bones¬†by¬†Alice Sebold ¬†deserves a full-length review, which I haven‚Äôt done for quite some time now. So let me tell you why for the first time in months, I have decided to find some time to write a review… Continue reading BOOK READS: A Review of The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold

2015 Reading Challenge Super Update Part 5 (29th to 31st)

Reading has proven to be my fortress when I'm stressed. ūüôā I am so glad to share to you another update of my 2015 Reading Challenge! Read on! A popular author‚Äôs first book (29th) - You by Caroline Kepnes I am not quite sure if every reader will consider Caroline Kepnes a ‚Äėpopular‚Äô author yet… Continue reading 2015 Reading Challenge Super Update Part 5 (29th to 31st)

2015 Reading Challenge Super Update Part 4 (26th to 28th)

2015‚Äôs first half is now officially over so it is now time to give an update on my 2015 Reading Challenge. Last month has been so busy but thankfully I was able to a few good books. Here are they: A mystery (26th) - ¬†The Vanishing Point by Val McDermid I never realized that I… Continue reading 2015 Reading Challenge Super Update Part 4 (26th to 28th)

TAGGED: ‘Would You Rather’ Tag

First of all, I would like to thank Aira of airareads for tagging me in this ‚ÄėWould you rather Tag‚Äô. I am sure that this will be fun. Yeah, I‚Äôm giddy. ūüėÄ So here it goes... Would you rather only read trilogies or only read standalones? Oh I actually preferred standalones. Why? Because I‚Äôve been… Continue reading TAGGED: ‘Would You Rather’ Tag

2015 Reading Challenge SUPER UPDATE Part 3: 21st to 25th Book

I am back! I'm almost halfway through my 2015 Reading Challenge and I am happy to share to you my 21st to 25th books! A book of short stories (21st) -¬†Tenth of December¬†by¬†George Saunders It's deep. George Saunders is really a genius. A funny book (22nd) -¬†Scared Scriptless¬†by¬†Alison Sweeney Yes it's funny, but it's forgettable.… Continue reading 2015 Reading Challenge SUPER UPDATE Part 3: 21st to 25th Book

2015 Reading Challenge SUPER UPDATE Part 2: 17th to 20th Book

I am here again! Just want to give you an update on how I am doing with my reading challenge! So here it goes: A book that became a movie (17th) -¬†Still Alice¬†by¬†Lisa Genova The movie version of this book gave Julianne Moore two Best Actress trophies from no less than Golden Globe Awards and… Continue reading 2015 Reading Challenge SUPER UPDATE Part 2: 17th to 20th Book

2015 Reading Challenge SUPER UPDATE Part 1: 14th to 16th Book

Hi there! I've been absent for more than a month now (aw!) and I am sorry for that. So let me give a SUPER UPDATE for my 2015 Reading Challenge. So here it goes: A book a friend recommended (14th):¬†Girl Missing¬†by¬†Tess Gerritsen This book was recommended by my friend Ping. We both love mystery/crime novels… Continue reading 2015 Reading Challenge SUPER UPDATE Part 1: 14th to 16th Book

2015 Reading Challenge Update: A BOOK THAT TAKES PLACE IN YOUR HOMETOWN (13/50)

I am a proud Filipino, a true-blooded resident of the Philippines. So for this reading challenge category, I am equally pleased to introduce you guys to one of the current best-selling books here in my humble country. And it is... Stupid is Forever¬†by¬†Miriam Defensor Santiago First things first, who is Miriam Defensor Santiago? According to… Continue reading 2015 Reading Challenge Update: A BOOK THAT TAKES PLACE IN YOUR HOMETOWN (13/50)

2015 Reading Challenge Update: A BOOK YOU STARTED BUT NEVER FINISHED (12/50)

Here's the part that I am quite ashamed of. As a reader and a writer, I usually finish a book that I started. Though I have abandoned a book once, because it really isn't worth my time, there is a book that I have started but never got to finish it until now. So after… Continue reading 2015 Reading Challenge Update: A BOOK YOU STARTED BUT NEVER FINISHED (12/50)