I’m so glad I finally made time to sit down and spend a nice quiet afternoon here on the blog. Let me settle in and bask in all this warm, nerdy goodness. Ah, there we go. Wonderful. 🙂
Sometimes I find it funny that I write for a living but can hardly write content for my own blogs. I currently write for about 5 different (like, very different) websites. On top of that, I’ve got another blog, a writing club and a real estate gig that I manage (or try to) from time to time. At the end of each day, my brain feels like a prune. A super squeezed out prune. It’s a good kind of hustle, I guess. I love my job to bits. My workplace is the coolest and my workmates are the best creatives in the island. But sometimes all I want to do is sit down and write stuff for me and not for my boss or clients, you know?
Which brings us here. Hanging out here at ThirdWorldBookNerd on a rainy Sunday afternoon. It’s kind of therapeutic. 🙂
Anyway, here’s some stuff I want to share:
- I met authors Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian last Friday at a book signing event! It was awesome meeting them. I’m a big fan of Jenny’s To All The Boys trilogy so I was so stoked to meet her and have my books signed. I’ll be reading Siobhan’s The Last Boy and Girl In The World this week, too. The energy at the event was wonderful. It was held at a movie theater, but the vibe was still intimate and fun. 🙂
I went on a costume run last night. It was fun, too. Kids these days have a lot of fun events. Why didn’t we have costume runs when I was a teenager?? 😀
- I’m now officially part of Cebu Content Creators, the local blogging org. Yay for more friends!
- I found a lot of rainbows last Friday. Saw a big one over the city on my way to work, and then more at the office. I swear unicorns were stalking me.
- I finished two Kresley Cole historical romances over the past week. Haha, I don’t know if I should write about them. They’re not very YA, if you know what I mean. 😀
- Nestea now makes instant milk tea! Baffled the crap out of me. The wintermelon one tastes just like the ones they make at tea houses. All you need is some pearls or jelly and you’re done. It’s just Php13 each, too.
Well, that’s it for now, I guess. I think I’ll get a couple of reviews and a full-length account of Jenny and Siobhan’s visit on my next post. Thanks for hanging out with me today!
Til next time,
Krish 🙂 x