First of all, I would like to thank Front Row Filmed Entertainment for inviting me to the Dubai Premiere Screening of Miss Granny last August 28, 2018!
Last month, I was invited to try out and review The Brunch Affair at Barbary Deli + Cocktail Club.
A Century Divided is a book that will make you feel like you're riding a roller coaster. A roller coaster of emotions for every significant life-changing moments that happens to the characters.
On July 20, 2018, UAE based Bookstagrammers held a meet-up and just simply enjoyed food, coffee, and of course books!
I would like to thank Dolby Cinema and Reel Cinemas for the premiere screening invites of Ocean’s 8.
syzygy [siz-i-jee] : a pair of connected or corresponding things.
I decided to make a new series on my blog. It is heavily inspired by Christine Riccio's Booktube. In this series, I will be talking about books, movies, and tv shows I've read and watched for the whole month. It's basically the same concept as the monthly wrap-ups but this one has a wider variety with the movies and tv shows!
Every Day is based on David Levithan’s novel of the same name. It is about A, a mysterious spirits who wakes up in a new body every single day. Never the same person twice. It is about A’s journey as he travel from one body to another.
The Hate U Give is powerful. This book can talk on its own. I’ve never felt so much emotions towards a certain book, but THUG made me feel happy, excited, sad, and most importantly, mad. I am so mad with the injustice this world has to offer, this book is intrepidly honest for discussing sensitive issues.
Inspired by Lang Leav's poem from Love & Misadventure