My blog tags are growing in number and I can almost hear them getting impatient in their temporary home in my bookmarks, and I know I’ll be lamenting over my lateness in responding to them, so why not do it already? Continue reading “Tags Hitting Close to the Heart: My Reasons Why & 5 Things I Like About Myself”
I would like to say Ten is my new hero just so I could insert the title of his song but I would be lying because I have been his fan since I saw him at Hit The Stage. I’m definitely not a new fan but here’s hoping you could be.. Continue reading “TEN’s New Heroes: “Turn my mess into messages..””
“Only in art were there cliches; never in nature. There were no ordinary human beings. Everybody was born with surprise inside.”
― Jincy Willett,
[A gif that perfectly illustrates my relationship with the said shelf …]
“Cats don’t have names,” it said.
“No?” said Coraline.
“No,” said the cat. “Now you people have names. That’s because you don’t know who you are. We know who we are, so we don’t need names.”
― Neil Gaiman,
You know my name but not my to be read shelf… so I’d like you guys to be acquainted with my ever growing TBR. I usually feed it once in a blue moon but in large quantities. It’s wrecking havoc in my priorities and a fearsome entity, thus I fondly call it my monster TBR or mons-TBR for short.
So for this tag, what you’re suppose to do is take your name and find a book from your TBR that starts with each letter of your name (in my case it’s two books per letter). I decided to do both my username and the title for my book blog.
See full post at: My Name in TBR Books Tag — My Monster & Me