When I was in high school I was surrounded by readers and they enjoyed reading Sidney Sheldon’s books. Seriously, every recess or break time one one of those Sidney Sheldon readers will sit beside you or in the corner and shouting and screaming. So I was curious of his works, and I tried one of… Continue reading Book Challenge #2: ‘The Naked Face’ by Sidney Sheldon
IT’S ALL ABOUT BOOKS Hi, I just created a new page @bookish.dodo where I will post the books I want to read and the ones I have already read. Stephen Kings quoted, “If you want to be a writer you must do two things above all ; read a lot and write a lot.” But… Continue reading Join me on Instagram @bookish.dodo
Things have changed. You can’t compare the 1960’s to now. You live in a world filled with people offering quick fixes to your problems, your pain, your weight and everything else in between. But all the good things that are worth the blood, sweat and tears, seem to come along for the ride. If you… Continue reading Things My Father Taught Me #2
Don’t be a doormat. Don’t allow people to take advantage of you. The problem with becoming tired of being a doormat, is that you eventually become the polar opposite. There’s no middle ground. You become angry. And anger within you is like a ticking time bomb. If you let it tick for too long…. Sooner… Continue reading Things My Father Taught Me #1
Book Challenge is a thing I have come up with to see how much books I can read as from August 2017 – December 2017. If you do not mind, I just might be that spoiler alert person. ‘Everything Everything’ by Nicola Yoon ‘My disease is a rare as it is famous. Basically, I’m allergic… Continue reading Book Challenge #1: ‘Everything Everything’ by Nicola Yoon
When you’re strong but you’re tired, your faith grows wary. You believe in love but you also fear it. When all you’ve known is heartbreak, it takes strength to believe in anything else. You know you deserve it but there are moments you don’t think it’ll ever come your way. When you’re strong but you’re… Continue reading When you’re strong but you’re tired.
When I started using pen in my primary school, and I made mistake, I would try hard to erase it before submitting to my teacher. Sometimes, I use chalk to clean my mistake but it later re-appeared. So I began to use saliva, it worked, but only leave holes in my books. My teachers then… Continue reading Just Cross Your Mistakes and Move on