Can anyone honestly believe we’re actually down to the last day of the year? Because I can’t. I mean, 2016 has honestly given quite a few punches here and there, but I can’t blatantly say that it was horrible. I’ve achieved quite a few of my resolutions, met lots of wonderful people, worked with a few publishers, read some amazing and life-changing books… I think it’s unfair to say that I didn’t enjoy 2016.
Continue reading “Book Freak Revelations’ End of 2016 Survey”
Today, I’m trying something new and I’m actually posting my first monthly recap! At first, I didn’t actually felt like I needed to post something like this, but I realized that it’s like an “in case you missed it” post, and since it’s a way to re-promote my content, I said why not?
Continue reading “[Wrap-up #1] May 2016 Wrap-up + June TBR”
Yesterday, March 29, 2016, I had the most amazing experience of meeting Jennifer Niven in the flesh. Ever since I read All The Bright Places way back January 2015, I immediately wanted to meet Jennifer and ask her tons of questions about her book. Getting the opportunity of seeing this dream through made me so glad to have been alive. Words could not express just how much I enjoyed (and cried) during this event. And I am forever grateful to both Penguin Random House International, and National Book Store for bringing her to the Philippines.
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Hi, everyone! I’m back and this time, I’m planning on staying for good. Last Friday marked the last day of my Hotel Internship at Fairmont and Raffles Hotel, Makati, and now, since I have more time in my hands, I’m proud to tell everyone that I’ll be as active as I was before, both here on my blog, and over at Instagram! (I can’t wait to get back to the bookish community!)
And today, I’ll be sharing with everyone a nostalgic book review! Long ago, I was tagged by Joey of Another Afterthought to do this tag! What I love about this is that it’s aim is to review a book you’ve read years ago and you’ll be doing it without any immediate knowledge of the book you’ll be reviewing. And, seeing that Jennifer Niven will be visiting the Philippines on tomorrow, I’ve decided to review once again one of my most favorite books of all time, All The Bright Places.
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Hi, all! I’m so ecstatic to be able to post again after all that’s happened for me during my senior year in college! By the time this is posted, my internship will have ended, and all I’ll be waiting for is my graduation and the release of a few books. I’m listing down a few life updates, should you wonder where I’ve been for the past few weeks.
Continue reading “[Stacking The Shelves #13] Post-Internship Book Haul + Life Updates”