Review: While You Were Reading by Ali Berg and Michelle Kalus

This is for the adults that still dreams of romantic things and happy ending. For the ones that still love and appreciate the comfort of written words so much that it is still an escape from their hectic lives after all these years. Honestly, I felt seen. A “29-year-old dog-earer of books” – dial this down by two years and this is probably something I will write for my bio just to be witty.

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Review: The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

To say that I thoroughly enjoyed The Starless Sea is an understatement. I loved every word in it and every minute of it. If I could pocket this book and carry this everywhere, I would – knowing that I will hold a little piece of magic with me all the time.

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Photo Diary: New York on my mind

There’s something about visiting New York City for the first time. The busy streets, the skycrapers, the nightlights and the people. I feel like I’ve romanticized this city so much because of too much consumption of books and TV series that somehow did the same. But seeing it first-hand is definitely an experience.

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THAT ONE LINE {a new blog series!} – #001

It’s the first day of October. Fall just kicked in. I’m back from the dead (a.k.a. a combination of reading and blogging slump) and I am launching a new blog series! Seriously, what is happening? This is “That One Line”.

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A case for e-books and e-readers

It’s not about comparing and saying that one is better than the other. Of course, reading physical books has its own unique charms. The rustling of pages. The smell of books both old and new. The feel of actual paper, something you could actually touch. But in the end, it basically boils down to one thing: convenience. One cannot deny the unparalleled convenience e-books and e-readers have brought to us – at least, to my reading life, that is.

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Photowalk: San Francisco, California

It’s been a little more than two weeks since I’ve been here in the US and my two weekends were all spent roaming around San Francisco. I walked around without a plan. I was with friends the first time and alone the second. And honestly, it never lost its charm.

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