Word-High July: Dalisay



As pure as the fresh water
of the running stream,
as pure as a baby’s voice’s
first time scream,
that is you and your love
‘fore you learned the word drugs.

©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer

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In response to Word-High July: 30 Beautiful Filipino Words: Day 24 – Dalisay.

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30-Day Book Challenge: The most surprising plot twist or ending


Again, this awesome book challenge is made by beckysblogs! Go check her equally amazing blog! 🙂

DAY 25. – The most surprising plot twist or ending.

I would give the top 5 novels that I was not able to predict. Here they are:

The Vanishing Point by Val McDermid

The Vanishing Point

MY THOUGHTS: This is the kind of ending that will make out re-read the last chapters, and be like: “Wait, what?”

Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult

Leaving Time

MY THOUGHTS: This book’s ending made me a Picoult-fan. I have never ever thought of the way this book was ended. Goosies, indeed!

The First Phone Call from Heaven by Mitch Albom

The First Phone Call from Heaven

MY THOUGHTS: Pay attention to that last phone call from ‘heaven’. You’ll surely have some goosies once you realized what just happened.

At First Sight bNicholas Sparks

At First Sight (Jeremy Marsh & Lexie Darnell, #2)

MY THOUGHTS: This is a great example of my love-hate relationship with Spark’s sad endings. I never see the ending coming. And yes, it just ain’t fair! Why would you do that, Nicholas?

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

We Were Liars

MY THOUGHTS: I don’t know if it was just me or E. Lockhart is really a genius. This novel’s ending is just so creepy yet heartbreaking.


That’s it guys!

Share to me your thought, please. 🙂