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EXACTLY.

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Posted: July 29, 2014 with 2,872 notes
I don’t know what to feel
- Six Word Story
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We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
I know I’ve been stressing on how busy my current life is but, I’m so happy to have finished a book in the midst of a hectic week. I finally finished reading the digital version of We Were Liars’ by E. Lockhart, I actually read this while I got caught in public with nothing to do especially during the times when there was nothing to do in the office. It’s a very short read but a very interesting one indeed. 
We Were Liars tells the story of the privileged Sinclair family, who all travel to a private island during the summer. The story mainly revolves around a group of friends who call themselves the liars.
I had no intention of reading this book but a friend of mine insisted that I do. According to her, it was a great book and I trusted her opinion so I did read it.
The beginning of the book was a bit confusing. You really need to get through a couple of chapters before you can actually get hold of the story. 
The whole flow of the story was stable that is until you reach the end. The story ended in the most unexpected way possible and I can’t say that it’s a happy ending.
After reading the book, I felt like screaming. It left me with the “WHAT DID I JUST READ” and “WHY DID IT END THAT WAY” feeling. I rarely feel this way upon finishing a book, so it’s a sign that this book is definitely something.
(Photo from Google Images)

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

I know I’ve been stressing on how busy my current life is but, I’m so happy to have finished a book in the midst of a hectic week. I finally finished reading the digital version of We Were Liars’ by E. Lockhart, I actually read this while I got caught in public with nothing to do especially during the times when there was nothing to do in the office. It’s a very short read but a very interesting one indeed. 

We Were Liars tells the story of the privileged Sinclair family, who all travel to a private island during the summer. The story mainly revolves around a group of friends who call themselves the liars.

I had no intention of reading this book but a friend of mine insisted that I do. According to her, it was a great book and I trusted her opinion so I did read it.

The beginning of the book was a bit confusing. You really need to get through a couple of chapters before you can actually get hold of the story. 

The whole flow of the story was stable that is until you reach the end. The story ended in the most unexpected way possible and I can’t say that it’s a happy ending.

After reading the book, I felt like screaming. It left me with the “WHAT DID I JUST READ” and “WHY DID IT END THAT WAY” feeling. I rarely feel this way upon finishing a book, so it’s a sign that this book is definitely something.

(Photo from Google Images)

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I did not have a choice
- Six Word Story
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Downpour: A playlist
It’s the midst of the rainy season and two typhoons have recently passed the country. It’s been raining almost everyday now and I can’t help but feel lazy. All I want to do is snuggle with my sheets and stay in bed all day. The rain is definitely making me feel nostalgic and every time I look out the window and see the tiny raindrops on it, I just feel dramatic like I’m in a music video.
I still don’t understand how the rain can make me feel both happy and sad. Here’s a list of songs that keep me chill when the rain starts to pour.
Banana Pancakes- Jack Johnson
Cold Cofee- Ed Sheeran
Come Back When You Can- Barcelona
Cold is the Night- The Oh Hellos
Droplets- Lewis Watson
Honey Jars- Bryan John Appleby
Running For Cover- Ivan and Alyosha
Rain Delay- Tanlines
Shelter From the Storm- Bob Dylan
Sweater Weather- Max Schneider and Alyson Stoner
Simple As This- Jake Bugg
Stars and Satellites- Dan Griffin
Tenerife Sea- Ed Sheeran
Your Easy Lovin’ Ain’t Pleasing Nothing- Mayer Hawthorne
(base photo from Weheartit)

Downpour: A playlist

It’s the midst of the rainy season and two typhoons have recently passed the country. It’s been raining almost everyday now and I can’t help but feel lazy. All I want to do is snuggle with my sheets and stay in bed all day. The rain is definitely making me feel nostalgic and every time I look out the window and see the tiny raindrops on it, I just feel dramatic like I’m in a music video.

I still don’t understand how the rain can make me feel both happy and sad. Here’s a list of songs that keep me chill when the rain starts to pour.

  1. Banana Pancakes- Jack Johnson
  2. Cold Cofee- Ed Sheeran
  3. Come Back When You Can- Barcelona
  4. Cold is the Night- The Oh Hellos
  5. Droplets- Lewis Watson
  6. Honey Jars- Bryan John Appleby
  7. Running For Cover- Ivan and Alyosha
  8. Rain Delay- Tanlines
  9. Shelter From the Storm- Bob Dylan
  10. Sweater Weather- Max Schneider and Alyson Stoner
  11. Simple As This- Jake Bugg
  12. Stars and Satellites- Dan Griffin
  13. Tenerife Sea- Ed Sheeran
  14. Your Easy Lovin’ Ain’t Pleasing Nothing- Mayer Hawthorne

(base photo from Weheartit)

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-Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of being a Wallflower

-Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of being a Wallflower

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Hello. I am still alive. I’ve been feeling the urge to post here for the past week but school, internship and the fluctuating electricity got in the way, Nevertheless, I’m happy to be writing this now. 

  • Tiredness- I’ve got so much things on my plate right now and it’s wearing me out. Whenever I arrive home, I just flop on my bed and sleep. I spend most of my day outside now doing so much things for school. I’ve been so busy today that I didn’t even have time for lunch, which was sad. I know I said in my past posts that I only have weekends to relax but I wasn’t able to do so last weekend. The workload just kept on piling and piling and it is exhausting.
  • I’m losing faith in my writing- I’ve never proclaimed myself as a writer but I always believed that I could be one someday. Lately, I’ve been feeling the urge to level up my writing skills but nothing seems to be happening. I just end up with nonsense materials because I pressured myself to much. I just really feel so uninspired.
  • Sniffles- I’ve been feeling a bit sick for the past few days. I think it’s my body’s way of telling me that I’m tired. I’m staring to sneeze right now and I hate it. I can’t afford to get sick now.
  • Started reading ‘We were Liars’ by E. Lockhart- I got caught in public yesterday with nothing to do so I brought my phone out and started reading the virtual version of this book. Man I miss reading so much! Anyway, the story is actually good. Can’t wait to finish it.
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hi cath, can you recommend any site where i can dl epub files? thank you! :)

Hi! I don’t really download epub files on my computer but I downloaded this app here on my android phone and it is swell. You can really find so much ebooks through that app.Hope this helps :)

Posted: July 22, 2014 with 1 note
List 5 things you like about yourself publicly and then send it to ten of your favorite followers.

Thanks for this Ezra :)

  1. My bookishness hihi :)
  2. How ambitious I am when it comes to video-editing.My outputs aren’t always perfect but I always learn something new every time I do a project.
  3. How I prefer indie music and movie soundtracks over mainstream music.
  4. How much of a dreamer I am. 
  5. My very dark eyes
Posted: July 22, 2014 with 3 notes

All I want to do is put my life on hold and travel into reading oblivion where I can read all the books I want and be bothered by no one. 

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