Hello everyone! So I have gathered all things in this list that for sure we’ll love to have! ❤ 🙂
- Money to buy books
- Updated library full of books
- Gorgeous bookmarks
- Comfy chair or place to read books
- Time to read books
- Tea or coffee to drink while reading a book
- A stack of new releases
- Beautiful shelves for books
- Meet and greet your favorite author
- Money to buy books
- A bookstore that’s having a sale for a year.
So there you have it! I hope you like this post guys! 😀
Feel free to comment down below if you want to add more things to this list! 🙂
Thanks for reading! Love you all :*
Hello Everyone! Happy New Year! ❤ 🙂
So first of all, I feel sorry for not being active into the book community especially here in my blog. It’s just that I’m busy with my school. I don’t know that college can be this kind of serious. I mean there are so many things to do on your own now (I’m trying’ to be more independent) plus our internet connection sucks, but I really do hope that it will be fixed within this month.
So I’ve come up with my top most new year’s resolution this year!
I’ll try my freaking best to be active this year especially here on my blog. 🙂
I know that there will be times that I’m not going to be that active but I’ll try, really really try! Haha 😀
So yeah, I’m really looking forward this year, and to tell you guys, I’m going to be 18th this year! ❤ ❤ ❤
Okay, so that’s all I have to say. 😀
Hope you just had a great Christmas and New Year guys!
Love you all! :*
Summary from Goodreads:
It’s not surprising that sixteen year old Chris Jones has no idea where he fits in…
After all, he’s a Buddhist kid in America—during the Christmas season. Add in the fact he plays guitar in a punk rock band called The Dharma Bhumz, and his life is one giant paradox. Caught between the principles of his religion and the influence of his hard-partying bandmates, Chris is in a constant struggle for balance.
An upcoming talent show is his chance to shine—or fail spectacularly…
It’s already hard enough preparing for the show, since his friends are more interested in getting high than practicing. And now Chris has to worry about impressing pretty Mary Simpson. To make matters even worse, Mary’s parents are fundamentalist Christians, a few steps above his family on the social ladder, and they firmly believe Chris isn’t good enough for their precious daughter.
Conflicted about his friends, lying to his family, and still mourning a devastating loss, Chris wonders if being an American Buddhist guitar wizard wanna-be is worth it.
Or does any of it even matter anymore?