5 Bookish Artworks

Last year, I discovered my inner artist, hehe.

I dabbled a bit in art, particularly calligraphy!! πŸ˜‰

Here are six of my uber simple artworks πŸ™‚ Enjoy!

1.) A well-read woman is a dangerous creature. (You betcha!)


2.) So many books, so little time. (Sadly true. )11805807_1062051783805944_2101444391_n


3.) Reading is dreaming with your eyes wide open. (I don’t know about you but I like dreaming. A lot. )11830820_1062053470472442_387729551_n

4.) Read & Relax (If only I can do this everyday, every hour!)12248882_1116229841721471_917047572_n


5.) Β We live and breathe words (yes, we do!)Β 12498438_1142135305797591_1264468879_n

Thanks for taking the time to browse through this gallery! I’ll share more soon! πŸ™‚


A Short Story


Hi there!! So let me just share a bookish rambling here. You don’t have to read this but feel free to do so because I guarantee that you’ll likely find a new favorite literary genre after reading this, haha. πŸ™‚

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This is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith


TITLE: This is What Happy Looks Like

AUTHOR: Jennifer E. Smith



GENRE: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary

DATE READ: January 25, 2015

SYNOPSIS: *my own*

An accidental email between teenage heartthrob Graham Larkin Β and Β small-town country girl Ellie O’Neill is the start of a very special friendship between two people from different worlds. After finding themselves conversing day by day without revealing their true names and identities for a while, Graham decides to meet Ellie face-to-face in her small-town by scheduling his movie shoot in her hometown.

…Can friendship and a budding romance survive outside the online world? Can two people from different worlds meet halfway? Can they actually find out what happiness means? This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith tackles these questions and more.

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My Favorite Book


Like the NY times Bestsellers List, the book that holds the No. 1 Spot varies day by day to me. .When asked what is my favorite book, I cannot name a particular oneΒ I cannot really choose what my favorite book is. To me, asking what is my favorite book is a lot like asking a parent who his or her favorite child is. I simply cannot name one.Β This is not because I have nothing in mind but because I have so many titles in mind.

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