Book Review: The Princess Saves Herself In This One by Amanda Lovelace

"How could words can be so powerful and enchanting?" My first thought after reading the book. There are a significant power and advocacy that Amanda Lovelace is trying to emphasize on making poetries. It was vast. There's an impact. She can make simple words, into magnificent phrases, that has a double meaning behind bars. This … Continue reading Book Review: The Princess Saves Herself In This One by Amanda Lovelace

Blogger Spotlight: The Queen Reads

The Queen of Book Boyfriends, The Mother of Literature, and an amazing admin of Bookish Pinoy. Have a glimpse of Elena from The Queen Reads about her being a book blogger! PERSONAL LIFE 1. What book introduces you to fiction novels? Can you name 5 of your favorite books or series? - I grew up reading … Continue reading Blogger Spotlight: The Queen Reads

Book Review: Said The Shotgun To The Head by Saul Williams

Intrinsic, Weird, Unique. Said the shotgun to the head implies a new style of writing a poetry that talks about the alternative mirror of reality. With every line, with every word - there is hidden message from the author. Saul Williams offered us a poem that few people would understand and regardless of the profound … Continue reading Book Review: Said The Shotgun To The Head by Saul Williams

Blogger Spotlight: The Ultimate Fangirl

See Bianca's wonderful answers and nailing my 'disadvantage-part' of my questions. Bianca is my newly found friend in Bookish Community that eventually one of my so-close-friend on twitter. I would happily see her in person sometime soon! Let's hear it, Bianca from The Ultimate Fangirl! PERSONAL LIFE What book introduces you to fiction novels? Can you … Continue reading Blogger Spotlight: The Ultimate Fangirl

Book Review: Pillow Thoughts by Courtney Peppernell

Pillow Thoughts really deserve its title. I couldn't imagine how a simple combination of words - raw words could inflict a continuing pain throughout reading the novel. It was masterfully provoking for being loved, having love and used to be love. It was a combination of the emotions of the past, the feelings in the … Continue reading Book Review: Pillow Thoughts by Courtney Peppernell