April Fools. I know almost everyone is excited enough to pull off the “best” prank they can come up with whenever April Fools is just around the corner and I myself had my fair share of pranks that I deemed meritable—and honestly, not offensive at all.
BUT LETS BE REAL HERE.
At some point in our lives, there is always that ONE PERSON who thinks that April Fools Day is either an excuse to be:
Reading is meant for the privileged, as what most people believe in.
I refuse to adhere to this misconception that reading is only meant for those who have the luxury of being able to sit and relax and enjoy a book.
Is it really?
NaNoWriMo is still a few months away but I’ve recently started on something–I can’t really say what its going to be but I am definitely writing something.
Its gonna be difficult, but I am enjoying how its going so far.
Who else is excited for NaNoWriMo?
Other than that, how do you guys do about your writing? Do you have any rituals you do before you actually write something? Or you just wing it on most days like how I usually end up doing. 🙂
Good evenin’ fellow bookworms!
It has been a really long while since I have updated this blog and I cannot wait to share with you all my humble TBR for March.
Ever since I got hired in my new office, I have just been extremely busy trying to make everything work out, freelance, office work, teaching, parenting, and youtube–including this blog. So far, everythings all settled and I finally figured out a game plan.
Anyway, enough about that–so here are the books I’m planning to read for the month of March!