Despite the busy and demanding academic life in our class, Grade X – Gabriela Silang of a public school in Antipolo City welcomed a new project named “The CocoBooks” Project. Where did this idea come from? I’ve been thinking of promoting reading habits among my students since last year by allowing them to… Continue reading Introducing “The Coco Books Project”
In my years of buying and reading books, I haven’t dared buying a brand-new fictional book published in the current year except just recently when I decided to purchase Jeff Zentner’s The Serpent King. While thinking about a book that I might read in my very short sembreak, I searched different books in goodreads.com and… Continue reading The Serpent King
My First Book Warehouse Sale Experience No doubt, I am a book hoarder. I’ve been present in different book fairs and I am a habitual bookstore goer. I buy brand new and second hand books every now and then. That’s why I responded immediately to the ad of “Anvil Publishing’s Christmas Sale” that runs from… Continue reading An Afternoon at Anvil Publishing Christmas Sale
My laptop died last month, and just a while ago, my printer already said goodbye. (I hope it’s just the cord.) Although I’m still holding on that one day, they’ll resurrect, for now I don’t get much affected when they decided to leave me. As much as I want to write my feelings about it… Continue reading Forgetting How to Forget
I’ve finished a lot of YA (Young Adult) books in the past few months and years. Most of the books that I read when I started to regain my interest in reading belong to this category. When I browsed my accomplished reading list this 2016, I noticed that most of the books that I finished… Continue reading Reading Another YA Book
It was a normal day… Actually, it’s not. There were no classes today. I don’t usually write this kind of entry, but I’ll do to preserve this weird experience… After dinner, I was reading chapters from one book to another while waiting for my sister who’s busy in her final requirements for this semester.… Continue reading A Scary Night
I’m afraid that I got infected of the most dreaded disease of the century: laziness. Don’t get me wrong. I’m still striving to remain professional by all means and at all cost. Yes, I do my duties as a student and as an employee, and there’s no doubt that I don’t compromise quality in… Continue reading Am I Lazy?