DESIGNS BY THEIA @designsbytheia
You probably saw this from my previous posts but I just wanna include this here because this is an unexpected mail. I won this from a giveaway on instagram. I thought I’d only be receiving one magnetic bookmark, but they gave me two! And a discount code as well which I just recently discovered, but I didn’t use it, it’s probably useless now. I won this by posting my favorite book quote, I used Tessa Gray’s from the Infernal Devices “Life is a book, and there are a thousand pages I have not yet read.” The other bookmark they sent me contains a quote from Six of Crows which is a favorite of mine too!!!
JM de los Reyes
This one I won (again) from a giveaway. I wanted to win this because I thought that the poem would be printed through a typewriter, but I’m kinda disappointed because it’s just something printed out from a modern printer. Still, I love this poem of his because I personally chose one from his collections. Also, I love the frame, who am I to complain?
PANDAM PH @pandamph
Let’s talk about these pretty ACOMAF inspired bookmarks! I love it so much. I forgot how much this is but I think it wasn’t expensive at all. I love the quality and the printing and how minimalistic it looks but you know who is who. This is probably my favorite of all the book marks I received.
The following cards however were a surprise from my best friend, it was a day early from my birthday when it came and I WAS SOOOOO HAPPY! I love every quote in the cards and of course the quality is good since it came from Pandam Ph too. Hopefully I find a multiple frame for all these soon. 🙂
That is all for my overdue book mail blog post. I know they’re not books but they’re book merch and I just have to post them. Follow and order those shops in IG if you’re interested. 🙂
Note: I am not, in any means, sponsored or paid by the mentioned shops.
Welcome October!!! We are almost at the end of 2017, how fast could a day go by? My friend just recently tweeted that “a day without reading, is a day wasted” and I couldn’t agree more. This is probably the first time I posted a wrap-up that isn’t a few weeks late. I finally continued my TOG Reread-Readathon! *yayy* Unfortunately, I only read four books this month due to research paper guilt whenever I decide to read. Hopefully this coming October, I’d be able to finish the whole series since our semester will end soon. Continue reading “Monthly Wrap-Up: SEPTEMBER 2017”
Hey there! Last September 14, my friends and I went to Manila for the weekend to have some fun but the main agenda why we decided to be like the brats that we are is the #MIBF2017. Since early July this year, we kept on reading promotions about the event and we were so excited because this is the first time we’re travelling with friends alone (no parents!). Continue reading “38th Manila International Book Fair 2017 + BOOK HAUL”
Hello everyone! We are obviously halfway through the year and guess what, I went through a book slump when our semester started. I didn’t feel like reading since I always feel guilty knowing that we have a research paper to write, but of course I kept pushing myself to read but it is very noticeable that the number of books I read per month decreased. But anyway, I am so back and here I am presenting you a short list of books that has been with me during my slump times (as well as a 5 star recommendation!!). Continue reading “Monthly Wrap-Up: JULY and AUGUST 2017”
Hello Readers! I haven’t been posting book reviews because I was living a Hannah Montana life *haha* I’ll try to make a different post about that soon. Anyway, I decided to make a wrap-up for the last two months since most of the readings I did was a reread. I will be posting reviews soon of the books listed below because there were two books that intensely stirred some emotions that I didn’t know possible. Continue reading “Monthly Wrap-Up: MAY and JUNE 2017”
SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER EVERYWHERE!!!
I never thought that I would ever write a readathon for any of Sarah J. Maas and/or Cassandra Clare books, but here I am. Such a bold move because I would never want to write something that would make my favorite fantasy books/authors be any less than how I really feel towards them. In honor of the upcoming release of ACOWAR, I decided that for the month of April, this will be my readathon series and boy does this post contain lots, LOTS of spoilers. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Continue reading “Readathon: ACOTAR + ACOMAF”