A couple of weeks from now, another year will come. I am sure that “goodbye 2013 and hello 2014” will become trending in various social networking sites as the new year comes. So before the year ends, I want to create a new book list that I want to read for next year. Yay! I am anticipating to receive more books this Christmas season and I hope that my family and friends will give me books that are included in my reading list for 2014.
* Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
* Teeth by Hannah Moskowitz
* red doc > by Anne Carson
* Ostrich by Matt Greene
* Jim Henson: The Biography by Brian Jay Jones
* The Weight of Silence by Heather Gudenkauf
* A Heartbeat Away by Michael Palmer
Every writer has their own struggles. Some of us might not know but there are so many challenges that every writer has to surpass before they can able to write something worthy to read. What are those? Find it here.
Putting what’s on your mind down on paper.
A space conducive for writing.
The muse that rarely comes across.
And lastly, beating the writer’s block.
It’s December and that it only means one thing. Christmas is here!!! I am very excited every time this season starts. Aside from expecting so many parties, food, and house decorations, what I want most about Christmas is gifts. (hehe, so childish). I grew up in a household where I experienced great Christmas times. It is where my family and relatives get together, have a great time eating, chatting, and exchanging gifts. I always prepare a wishlist for every Christmas and for this year, here’s what I’ve got. I hope Santa will read this. 🙂
Booookkkkssss! new set of good books to my shelves. I am a booklover and reading is one of my favorite hobbies.
New gadgets. I am not a techie person but hello?! to be in a digital world means you must have the latest techs. (heh)
I am a shopper and I love to shop just like other girls. New clothes, shoes, bags, cosmetics — I want all of this. 🙂