Just Finished Reading: Allegiant by Veronica Roth

Here’s the third book I have finished for July – Allegiant by Veronica Roth. I must say, this is my least favorite book in the series. That’s not to say that it was a bad book. It was alright.


Just Finished Reading: The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson

**Featured image from the-bibliophile.com.

Just finished reading my second book for July! And this book was worth the crazy looks for my sudden chuckles and sneers in public. (Yeah, I usually read on my way to work and on my way back home..)

Just Finished Reading: E. Lockhart’s we were liars

Because of my book blogging inconsistency, I made myself promise to at least post about every book that I have finished reading. Doesn’t even have to be much of a review. Just a picture of the book and my own personal rating. A few words could be included as a plus. So. I’ll start from there and hopefully build up on the habit. Hang in there everyone while I figure this out!

So anyway, let’s start with the first book I just finished reading for the month of July:

Book Haul… and the Impossibility of Staying within Value of a Gift Certificate at a Bookstore.

I’ve mentioned in my previous posts that I’ve had my birthday last month. And it is no secret that I love books and reading, so it is no surprise that I got a bookstore GC as a gift.

May Summary in Books (and in Goal Completion)

At the end of April, I set out goals for the month of May. Now that May has ended, here’s how I did:

1. Read at least 4 books.
– I have read 20 books by the end of April, leaving me with 30 more books to achieve the goal of 50 for this year. Thus, around 4 books a month.
– HOW I DID: FAIL!!! I only read 2 books this month and not even halfway in my 3rd. I need to catch up since I really don’t want to cram in the last 2 months of the year to get to 50 books…

My Top 5 Favorite Quotes about Love in The Road Less Traveled

In my uni, we had to take 12 units (4 courses) of theology. One theology we had to take was the Theology of Love and Marriage.

In this course, we were introduced to the “definition” of love – pulled out straight from a chapter of the book by M. Scott Peck, M.D., “The Road Less Traveled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth”.