Month: March 2016

Posted March 26, 2016 / 3 Comments

Color Inspiration for the Frustrated Mind

Color Inspiration for the Frustrated Mind

  I don’t know you people but march has been a particularly draining month for me. In other words, I hated it. But reading, plotting a new story and watching TV shows with my family has made it all quite better. Recently, I’ve been playing around with the more visual aspects of creativity, by using […]

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Posted March 22, 2016 / 7 Comments

8 Thoughts on Twilight, 8 Years Later

8 Thoughts on Twilight, 8 Years Later

    Today I sat on my couch, my bookshelves in front of me, and the top shelf caught my attention. One of the few complete book series I own. Twilight. Dun-dun. The Twilight books were, in my opinion, a huge game changer in the publishing industry. Of course books in general have been being made […]

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Posted March 17, 2016 / 6 Comments

Dreamology, by Lucy Keating, a Dream Come True

Dreamology, by Lucy Keating, a Dream Come True

Phew, what can I say about this book? This is one of the few times I’ve read some reviews before diving into the books, and I have to admit they led me to do it with a lot of excitement for it. Maybe that’s one of the reasons why I enjoyed it so much. Contemporaries […]

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Posted March 12, 2016 / 11 Comments

Book Piracy and Them and Me

Book Piracy and Them and Me

  This is a rather shameful post to write, but it also feels good coming clean about it, and it’s about time someone raises awareness about what’s going on in some countries, in my country. It was also very difficult writing it. How to say you used to download books in pdf illegaly without sounding […]

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Posted March 5, 2016 / 6 Comments

Starting my Lunar Journey

Starting my Lunar Journey

  The people who countless times have recommended the Lunar Chronicles to me will be happy to hear I’ve finally started it! Finished Cinder very recently, and soon the rest of the series will arrive! Let’s take a look at what interested me the most about Cinder.   New Beijing The story takes place in […]

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