Why do you post in English? I have received few reactions from my friends (of course not the close ones) who finally made their ways to my Little Orange World, which I predicted would appear when I first decided to … Continue reading Why bother English?
Lately, my willingness to read is decreasing significantly. I’ve made target reading at least 25 book this year and I am 6 books behind this far. I’ve bought plenty of books since early 2016, however few of them are left dusted. I brought it forth and back to my house-camp each time I got my field break, and until this moment, it’s all left untouched. So, I write this post, which is dedicated to my sleeping-reading-mood. I wish this could be a booster to my reading mood. You might have a clue that my knowledge of author and book is … Continue reading Reading Lately
This is my first attempt (even though I’ve been following the blog for few months) of Wishful Wednesday, a media to share any book that you loved having or reading. Here are my Wishful Wednesday for this week: A Little Princess Sara Crewe, an exceptionally intelligent and imaginative student at Miss Minchin’s Select Seminary for Young Ladies, is devastated when her adored, indulgent father dies. Now penniless and banished to a room in the attic, Sara is demeaned, abused, and forced to work as a servant. How this resourceful girl’s fortunes change again is at the center of A Little … Continue reading Wishful wednesday 
People who have been following my blog might notice that I still love reading the children’s books and collecting its quotes and excerpts, so today I’m going to share both which are inspired by my latest children’s book reading, The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupéry (I was left so far behind, wasn’t I?). Due to the laziness virus which is striking me (thank you for being existed, just to take the blame, laziness, kekekekeke), I’m not performing a detail review, but sharing my favourite excerpts. *Singing The Lazy Song-Bruno Mars* I saved all the excerpts as a self … Continue reading Excerpts from The Little Prince
I just read a book by Rando Kim, an infamous professor and prominent student’s mentor of Seoul National University. With original title; “Youth, It’s Painful” (Apeunikka Cheongchunida), Rando Kim tried to give his best support and advice for the young generation of South of Korea who has been pressured by the high expectation of family and society; to enter the best major of best university in order to be able to fit in Korea’s best company and institution as well. Even though this book not for my age, I enjoyed reading it and at some point, I stopped and nodded … Continue reading Time of Your Life – Rando Kim (Review)
Argh, it looks like I’ve picked up a few hard books in 2014 and it makes my reading challenge accomplishment is getting slow and this is bad for me since I’ve been bought so many books in 2014. Hamlet by William Shakespeare, besides the fact that the Prince of Denmark took revenge after his father death by his own uncle, and then this uncle married his mother, and how everyone ended up (which I see the background story similar to bible story when David sent Bathsheba’s husband to war because of his desire to marry her), I didn’t get the … Continue reading If I Could Find a Way to Make It Easier
Originally posted on Bloodstone Sci Fi:
The Khekarian Threat, the first book in the Khekarian series is going out free on Kindle for a five day period (ending around midnight of Friday the 23rd of May USA Eastern Standard Time) – Clicking “continue reading” below will take you to the rest of this post (still at this blog) where I’ve stashed the outgoing link to the free Kindle book at Amazon, along with instructions on how to download it (if you’re new to this kind of thing) – ALSO available through that same Amazon link is a downloadable free Kindle reader if… Continue reading Okay, it’s on – A Free Kindle Science Fiction
Maybe this post is too late, but I think it’s better than never, and I really want to do this because I had been following the challenge at 2013, I have to close it nicely right now. Honestly I didn’t know how to wrap up the challenge, so I made a statistic of my reading for fun on my excel worksheet. It looked like I caught two birds with one stone; made something for post and as a disguise for wasting working hours (bad employee, here). When I finished the statistic I was confused myself because it’s too random, I … Continue reading BA Reading Challenge 2013 Review
Originally posted on Bloodstone Sci Fi:
It’s a sci-fi adventure in a colonizing world, with a touch of occult, erotica, sex, violence, humor and coarse language – Stephen doesn’t have time for psychics, he doesn’t believe in them, he only brought Aleisha into his team so he could sell her to the two Khekarians all but ruling it – at 17 years old, Aleisha doesn’t have the training to see it coming, and she’s not that kind of seer, anyway – Sturn, meanwhile, is an exiled Khekarian Prince determined to return to power using whatever means necessary, be it with… Continue reading The Khekarian Threat – FREE on Kindle – limited time.