Disclaimer: I do not know which items are spoilers anymore because my boundaries have been blurred since I started reading A Song of Ice and Fire. I haven’t really watched Game of Thrones season 2 for the sole purpose of a dvd marathon on a weekend. So far, HBO has released Episode 9, Blackwater and next… Read More Obsessing Soon: Game of Thrones Season 2
This day is uneventful but there is a certain gloom that hangs over my head and I just can’t shake it off. I went out and bought chocolates to somehow improve my mood. So far, endorphins have not kicked in yet and I think of a lot of snide remarks and theories in my head as… Read More The crayon named Chaos
That’s why I prefer paperbacks more than hardcovers. They’re easier to handle than heavy-duty hard bound books. I love reading when I’m on my bed and I just can’t hold the book comfortably with a hardcover pressing down on my lazy hands. It’s so heavy I’m gonna die! LOL The thing is, even when on… Read More Am I the only one?
I know I’ve read them already. But there’s something to be said about owning these classics and rereading them whenever I have some random thought that sprouts and I need to consult it or when I suddenly wanted to read it again. Then again, I would prioritize buying a book I haven’t read yet. Like my recent buys: George… Read More Book Lust
You know the worst thing that Richelle Mead could do in the last book? It would be: Make Adrian the murderer of Tatiana Prove him clinically insane Kill him in the last book Dimitri and Rose will end up together I mean, come on. It’s enough that Mead made Dimitri Strigoi and Rose would still… Read More Thoughts on the upcoming The Last Sacrifice.
Adrian: (He choked on the smoke, caught between inhaling and laughing.) “Rose Hathaway, I can’t wait to see you again. If you’re this charming while tired and annoyed and this gorgeous while bruised and in ski clothes, you must be devastating at your peak.” Rose: “If by ‘devastating’ you mean that you should fear for your… Read More Richelle Mead is starting to cheer me up. What snappy comebacks 😉
(Lord Corbin) ” A beautiful woman should never be serious, Duchess” (Jemma, Duchess of Beaumont) “Why not?” (Lord Corbin) “It implies that there is something you cannot have. and we who are not as beautiful prefer to believe that you have everything you wish for in life. That is the essence of beauty after all” -An excerpt from… Read More The essence of beauty.
The Gruesome Origins of 5 Popular Fairy Tales Little Red Riding Hood Most modern versions of fairy tales come from two sources: The Grimm Brothers from Germany, and Frenchman Charles Perrault, the collector of the “Mother Goose” tales. The big change they made to this one was the ending. That woodsman showing up seemed a… Read More The Gruesome Origins of 5 Popular Fairy Tales