Wrapping Up November

Here I am thinking and planning on what else I can update my blog with and woahh Im really shock how times flies so fast. We are already at the end months of 2017, well whatdayou know. November had been the very fastest month of the year (well actually happen to every month) but I have some good memories on it and I would be more than happy to share it with my reader

Book Review | The Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

Crows remember human faces. They remember the people who feed them, who are kind to them. And the people who wrong them too. – Kaz Brekker Author : Leigh BardugoPublisher : Henry HoltType : Paperback, 536 pagesGenre : Young Adult Fantasy, Sci Fiction It-was-just EVERYTHING. This book was so fresh, you expect nothing but it will definitely giving you satisfaction instead. A kind of book that were actually makes you grinning and weeping at the same time. It may take…

8 More Books For My February Reading Haul

I managed to read about 7 books on January. Yeay. Actually I’ve been targeting 8~9 books a month but reading non fiction just so hard than I thought! Huargh. So thats the because why I just manage to fin 7 books cause the other one was non fiction. It was about negotiation. Haha. So heading to my a hundred pages a day goal, this were my tbr list. I realize that most of my books were black in colour so…

Shout Out for Liyana Jasmi

To be frank, I have hosted a giveaway of my own, and the winner to that giveaway was Liyana Jasmi, and regardless her busy SPM year she’s making an effort to post an unboxing version of my giveway. Thank you so much well. ^^ If you missed it. My giveaway is about unboxing things, that kind of mystery box you eager to know what inside it, I just love to make people smile. And I’m glad she loved it. Liyana…

Unboxing Bookish Bundle Box and Some Thoughts On The Weekend

Waking up today and placing myself in front of my desk and suddenly I became blackout from my surrounding. Just once, the reality snapped your face 1. I just received my Bookish Bundle Subscription Books last wednesday. The theme was Eternal Bond. Its not what I expected but Im still happy tho. Its my first subscription box and I’m enjoying it. My office mate know how eager I am while poslaju bro handing me the box. The joy of getting…

Four Categories of Books That I Love to Bookromance About

2016 was the year where I began to be a bookworm again, and thanks to all my best bookish blogger forever for being a part of my bookromance. As the time passes, I began to realize there are things that I like and I dont like while reading a book, some of them just too dull and some of them were beyond imagination, kind of mastermind plot which I have hard time to move on with. Well here are the…

Book Review | Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Why just crows were much better than Cicak/Lizard thingy. Since the debut of Cicak Men I always wish that the plot gonna comes out well but full of cakes? Sugar pie me, pfft. Imma a muslimah so replacing swearing words with nicer stuff is a must. Swearing is forbidden tho. Its not nice to human kind. Okay lets get back into the Six of Crows. I just love all the characters. They were all badass on their own way, kind…

Kaison Haul | Sweet Corn and Creamy

Yesterday I have spend my quality time with my gal, the very reason why I ask her to drive me to IMAGO was because I have a need to be full filled on Kaison. So far that I know, Imago’s Kaison was the biggest outlet in Sabah, and Imma just a girl who have few things to buy. ⫸Bouquet of Flower Its weird that actually I have decide to buy lavendar colour of flower but end up with yellow +…

A Few Announcement for Dewi’s Reader

Hello there, please come in. Welcome everyone on board of slightly major update. No no its not about King Hybern conquering the world of Dewi, its just.. I’ve changed DEWI into Hundred Pages. Im tired of showing my feminine sites (tho it does not really shows significant different 😂) so I changed my blog name to words that for me resembles me the most, it took me awhile to realize my passion towards reading and also writings. Hundred Pages was…