books · general · me

Much Ado About Reading

Or Currently reading. Although I’m not currently reading all these books. I should be currently reading. Still, one by one, I suppose. Anywho. University. Master’s degree. Thesis. Bibliography. Hashtag. I’m apparently writing about Authorship and Fanfiction, or something related to those two topics, and this is a selection of books that I have so far… Continue reading Much Ado About Reading

books · general · me

Two plays: “Walking the Road” and “Observe the Sons of Ulster”

Uh… I feel so out of reality. I’ve been so busy with reading things and studying and writing the essays and all that I feel completely detached of anything and everything happening outside of this apartment. I mean, it’s not that I mind that much, sometimes it’s nice to get so deep into a book… Continue reading Two plays: “Walking the Road” and “Observe the Sons of Ulster”

general · language · me

Procrastination + The Land Before Time = Studying

What do you do when you’re bored out of your mind? Google random sh*t. What do you do when you’re bored out of your mind when you should be studying for your Italian test for next morning? Google random sh*t in Italian! I’m procrastinating AND studying at the same time, whaaaaat…. It’s unbelievable how uninteresting… Continue reading Procrastination + The Land Before Time = Studying

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Stephen Chbosky; The Perks of Being a Wallflower

As I had enjoyed J.D. Salinger‘s The Catcher in the Rye quite enough to read it twice (first in Finnish for a project in high school and then in English for my North-American Literature course in University – which later became a project as well, where I compared it to Jack Kerouac‘s On the Road),… Continue reading Stephen Chbosky; The Perks of Being a Wallflower