Saturday: Movie Night

I am back with a fun post because I just watched two netflix movies and completely ignored the book I’m currently reading (Houston, we have a problem by Erin Mccarthy) and the work I have to do for school.

BUT. I would just like to let you know that at least the two movies were good.

So on this semi-late saturday night on your reader feed, I present to you the movie

Synopsis: A teacher with paranormal powers helps a group of teenage spirits graduate from high school.

Release: Feb 3 2012

Time: 1 h 29 m

My thoughts and why you should watch it…

This movie is available on American Netflix. Entitled Ghost Education, it’s a quirky tale of Modesto, a reserved high school teacher that can see ghosts. After the high school suffers incidents caused by the group of ghosts, Modesto is asked by the lovely principal to help them move into the light.

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Book Review: Moonglass by Jessi Kirby

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Title: Moonglass

Author: Jessi Kirby

Pages: 232

Date of publication: May 3rd 2011

Goodreads Synopsis: 

I read once that water is a symbol for emotions. And for a while now, I’ve thought maybe my mother drowned in both.

Anna’s life is upended when her father accepts a job transfer the summer before her junior year. It’s bad enough that she has to leave her friends and her life behind, but her dad is moving them to the beach where her parents first met and fell in love–a place awash in memories that Anna would just as soon leave under the surface.

While life on the beach is pretty great, with ocean views and one adorable lifeguard in particular, there are also family secrets that were buried along the shore years ago. And the ebb and flow of the ocean’s tide means that nothing–not the sea glass that she collects on the sand and not the truths behind Anna’s mother’s death–stays buried forever.

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Thursday Tracks: I’m so indie.

Thursday Tracks is a weekly meme hosted by Gone With The Words. For the meme, we feature our latest musical obsession. We can also tie it in for a book as well.

I’m a self-described hipster. I listen to indie music and complain when the songs I’ve heard last year get radio time this year. It’s annoying to my friends but i’m just kidding around most of the time.

Haha

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The Guilt of Reading

I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one who said this before but it’s true. Many readers who have busy lives that include a job, school, pets, family, and travelling to the moon will agree that at some point in their lives, they may have felt bad for reading.

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Top 4 fictional boyfriends/husbands

I know guys! It’s not Tuesday and I’m late to post but please forgive me! It’s my first Top 10 tuesdays anyways and I’m so excited about it.

Top 10 Tuesdays is hosted by BrokeandBookish

Topic: Freebie!

Since this week was a freebie, I decided to compile a list of top 10 fictional boyfriends/husbands for you to fall in love with but after thinking about it, I’m extremely picky with my choices so I didn’t even have 10 in the end.

But who cares as long as the fictional boyfriends/husbands are absolutely perfect right???

Read on for my faves 😀

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How to Read More (Even When You’re in School)

Hello folks! 

I’m back again with another helpful blog post on how to read more during your year and beat that Goodreads challenge! Personally, I feel like I have a lot of time during the whole year to complete my Goodreads challenge since I do have approximately four months of summer and one month off during the winter. I’m a full-time student but I don’t work so obviously, I have a lot more time than people who do in fact work.

While I plan to gain an internship or a small retail job this summer, I do hope that I’m still able to read as much as I can during the semester and the summer months. These are the tips that I have for you to check out!

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The 5th Wave Movie Review

Alright, this review is for the fellows and ladies who is like me and didn’t read the novel before watching the film. Before you throw your copies of The 5th Wave at me, I just want to let you know that I have no desire to read the book because I’m not attracted to the plot and thought the movie would suffice to fulfill my post-apocalyptic fantasies.

SPOILER FREE

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What Are You Reading Mondays

I found a new meme for my small batch of followers to try out themselves! Basically, “what are you reading mondays” is a place for you to tell your followers what you’re reading–maybe introduce them to a new book–and in return, they do the same.

Rules:

  • Make a post regarding what you’re currently reading
  • Post the rules so everyone can participate

I’m currently reading …

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Romantic But Still Strong

Let’s talk about how I’m personally a romantic. I yearn for the dramatic love stories gracing the pages of my books and I choke up when I watch romantic grand gestures on movie screens.  To sum it up, I get my high on romance.

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