The Sunday Post #1 - NewbieMonday, September 28, 2015
The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba @Caffeinated Book Reviewer. It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.
I stumbled upon this interesting feature after visiting one of my favorite blog site and I thought it would be fun being a part of this meme! (To be honest, I'm just a sucker for memes). So here goes my post!
I haven't really been that productive with my blogging activities for the past few months. Hmm.. Rephrasing that.
I haven't really been that productive with my blogging activities since I entered University.
- I posted by first blog post after my last post in July "The Act of Disappearing" announcing my return to the blogging community, and my overwhelming nostalgia for Europe :(
- I posted a review of The First Life of Vikram Roy (Ruby Iyer #1.5) by Laxmi Hariharan.
- Opal (Lux #3) by Jennifer L. Armentrout (It's never too late to love Daemon Black).
- Fire in the Hole by Debra Anastasia
- I posted Chapter 2- CinderLila of my new contemporary romance story - Lila in Dilemma on Wattpad.
For 20 years old Lila Summers, life is just full of vulgar words. The Fates decided to stir up drama in her life by adding a rejection letter to Oxford, a divorcing parents and a cheating scumbag of a boyfriend to the equation. Oh! And if things couldn't be any worse, she finally encountered her childhood crush who had been avoiding her ever since high school. Lila could only guess that puberty was the cause, it was not like she could control the hormones that morphed her face into Area 51 for acne! To top it off, he has a girlfriend, and it seems that their first encounter ended with a huge misunderstanding. There goes first impressions! With tons of bull-crap being thrown at her on a daily basis, all Lila wanted was to curse the Fates. But could it be that everything was according to the Fates' plans?
"FML." - Lila
Working on my final year project from Monday to Saturday pretty much consumed most of my days. As I deal a lot with laboratory work, most of my time was spent in the lab and away from the sunshine (I think I'm lacking in vitamin D). However, when the officers weren't looking, I sneakingly read a novel underneath those thesis and reports.
Have a great week ahead!