Hello, world! This is not a regular post, but I just wanted to share this on my blog (even though I haven’t had many readers yet) (that’s okay, though). So my friends and I started an online shop back in October. We wanted to sell T-shirts that bookworms could relate to, since we don’t have much of it here in Indonesia. Perhaps it’s because people don’t read that much here. Anyway, that’s my idea at first, that I want to have something like “I’m a huge Harry Potter fan” on my T-shirt.
— Rest in Peace, Alan Rickman. You’ll be dearly missed. —
Hiya peeps! Two weeks into 2016, how has it been treating you so far?
To be honest I had a mild breakdown last week, but it’s safe to say I found a way to cope with it. My goals this year include not to get stressed a lot that might cause me to relapse! So I gotta learn how to live with it and make peace with everything.
Okay, that’s for the heavy part. Now let’s get on to a lighter topic: How can you tell when someone’s a book/film fangirl or fanboy? (I’m going to use fangirl from this point forward, so it’ll be easier. I have no intention to be sexist or whatever!)
Hello everyone, welcome to my first blog post!
My name is Lia Levina. Ever since I could remember, stories always interest me. When I was in elementary school, I’d write these 100-word (more or less) stories on a piece of paper and literally say that I would sell them. For like, I dunno, as cheap as a candy.