What I read in January 2022

It’s been a while since I did this, I even forgot how to do it. After my December project fiasco, I decided to just take a break (as if I haven’t been doing that in a while) and just recalibrate. There are moments when a person needs to have a soliloquy and ask himself about…

Planning my 2022 Journal and using productivity tools

This is a 15-day late post but I’m uploading it anyway. This is how I setup my 2022 journal- nothing fancy but it works for me. I’ve already seen a number of journal / planner setups using Notion and another app I can’t remember but I have opted for a free journal app and other…

Unboxing: J.R.R. Tolkien’s Tales from the Perilous Realm

I received this as a Christmas present – hurray for wishlists! Two things I noticed: It was securely wrapped: bubble wrap+ box+ foam film . That’s a plus, kudos! With books we can’t afford them to get wet or damaged because of delivery issues but I think Fully Booked can still probably opt for a…

PBN 30-day Book Challenge Day 9: Favorite Book to Give as a Gift

DISCLAIMER: THE 30-DAY BOOK CHALLENGE IS CREATED BY PROFESSIONAL BOOK NERDS. I’M MERELY RESPONDING TO THEIR PROMPTS FOR MY OWN WRITING CHALLENGE. I rarely give books since from the few people I can call friends, fewer like to read. The probability that they have already bought books that I can give them is also pretty…

PBN 30-day Book Challenge Day 8: Series Everyone should Read

DISCLAIMER: THE 30-DAY BOOK CHALLENGE IS CREATED BY PROFESSIONAL BOOK NERDS. I’M MERELY RESPONDING TO THEIR PROMPTS FOR MY OWN WRITING CHALLENGE. You’re probably thinking it’s Harry Potter. You couldn’t be more wrong. Lord of the Rings? Chronicles of Narnia? Game of Thrones? All wrong. If I were to nominate a series that everyone should…

PBN 30-day Book Challenge Day 6: Book that Broke your Heart

DISCLAIMER: THE 30-DAY BOOK CHALLENGE IS CREATED BY PROFESSIONAL BOOK NERDS. I’M MERELY RESPONDING TO THEIR PROMPTS FOR MY OWN WRITING CHALLENGE. There is no other book more haunting to me than Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix. When Sirius disappeared behind the curtain and wouldn’t answer Harry’s calls, I bawled not unlike…