If you're a book blogger who can't attend Book Expo America and/or the BEA Blogger Convention in New York this May, you don't have to miss all the fun - this virtual convention is the place to be! Watch this space for all the news about daily blogging themes, discussions, giveaways and more! Armchair BEA is scheduled for May 26-31, 2014.
Please tell us a little bit about yourself: Who are you? How long have you been blogging? Why did you get into blogging? Where in the world are you blogging from?
Hello! I am teepee, from Albay, one of the many provinces in the Philippines. I have been blogging for about a year and a half. Now, why did I get into blogging? It's actually just a little experiment. I just wanted to try it out, to experience interacting with people who have the same interest as me. Also, to challenge my next to zero writing skills.
If you want pictures and a little more information, you can check out my Armchair BEA Introduction last year,
Describe your blog in just one sentence. Then, list your social details -- Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. -- so we can connect more online.
A cute random mess of anything bookish, with a little bit of movie and music rave.
You can find me on: Twitter | Bloglovin' | Goodreads | Google+ | Youtube
A bit more personal accounts: Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram
What genre do you read the most? I love to read because ___________________ .
For the past few months, I have been reading a lot of Young Adult Contemporaries. I don't know why, but I am currently drawn to reading realistic fiction these days. And honestly, I do love close to reality stories, and a little cliche here or there.
I love to read because I like getting lost in different kinds of stories, in various worlds and places, and I like to get lost with the characters . I love to read because I like getting lost in the pages of a book.
What was your favorite book read last year? What’s your favorite book so far this year?
2013: Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta2014: Flat-Out Love by Jessica Park (so far)Both books are young adult contemporary novels. One involves a tragic story of friendship and love, with a little bit romance, and heart-breaking bittersweet ending. The other one is a family-centered story (a little sad and painful as well) balanced with a sweet tale of young love.
What does your favorite/ideal reading space look like? (Pinterest encouraged!)
Any of these three reading spaces will make me a very happy girl, but I like the third one the best, minus the framed pictures. It's a little too vintage for my taste, but it looks so comfortable. (Images are from WeHeartIt)
Awww, that's five questions already? Okay. Bye!