The first novel I ever completed took me approximately a year to finish. I am proud to say that I am able to do that in between my bus rides, boring lectures, and in between classes (remembering all the tiny giggles as I write in public makes me red >_<). In some way, writing my book has enabled me to let the creative juice going by constantly writing dramatic plot points and saucy romance (take note: it’s a new adult genre *wink wink*).
I have come to a decision to edit my book because for one, it’s a first draft. And while first drafts are meant to suck anyway that it makes you want to burn your book and never open it again, I’m glad I am able to at least get into the completion of the first draft because this is an opportunity to improve. It took a lot, and I mean a lot of effort, time, and dedication to finish a ninety-thousand-word novel.
Although I proof-read my work before posting it on Wattpad, sometimes mistakes slip my tired eyes. Now that I am entirely available all summer, I’m ready to give this book my full attention and every ounce of proof-reading knowledge I got (with few cups of coffee and possibly a shot of tequila on the side).
I’m ready to delve into the abyss known as self-editing…
“A coincidence is, by definition, a synchronistic experience. It comes from the nonlocal domain, and affects our world in unpredictable ways. The very fact that it’s a coincidence means that it is a message from the Universe. We must take heed, and then take action. This is our opportunity for a creative response.”
Something terribly amazing happened last night. As I was watching anime (as usual, it’s my lullaby at night LOL), a wonderful person messaged me on instagram at two in the morning with a very touching message.
Essentially, she found my book on wattpad and in the back of her mind, she thought the title sounded very familiar. Not until she began to go through her older instagram posts and found her art with similar concept and theme as my book. And who knew? We even titled our work of art “Painting Paper Hearts”. Continue reading
Oniku kami-sama, oniku kami-sama!
This is my third time watching season 1 and the second time watching season 2. This is, by far, the most anticipated sports anime coming this fall 2016 (season three banzai!).
For me, watching Haikyuu this time around will never get old because of the ample amount of comedy, overwhelming team effort, and the satisfaction of watching the main character start from the bottom (now we’re here) and work his way up to the top. In addition, I get to watch a team that used to be in the limelight and one of the powerhouses back in the day. Their ‘underdog’ status makes it more fun to see how they will overcome their differences and other powerhouse teams.
Here are 10 reasons why I’m obsessed with Haikyuu: Continue reading
#NationalBestfriendDay was trending yesterday so I give you my bffs! I could’ve posted this yesterday but meh. I was too tired and got lazy after I get caught up with watching anime (story of my life!)
Anyway, I met with my bffs a couple of days ago. Although we don’t see each other that much now because of our busy schedule, we try our best to meet and catch up when we’re all available. We ate sushi, went around downtown, and enjoyed the rest of the day at a cafe. It was truly a blast!
#NationalDonutDay is trending on Twitter. Face it: Everyday is donut day. But what makes this special is that we get it for free. Yep, that’s right.
F R E E D O N U T S !
What can I say? The best things in life are free food. Just make sure you leave no trace 😉 Happy National Donut Day everyone. Enjoy!
Recently, I’ve been playing around with my new drawing tablet. After a couple weeks of mastering Krita and my new digital drawing tablet, I can honestly say that I’m getting the hang of digital drawing.
While it is fun to doodle, sketch and draw my favorite anime and cartoon characters, coloring them is a different story– it is very hard!
As for someone like me who doesn’t possess a very good understanding of color theory and shading, you can pretty much imagine how disastrous my initial attempt was.
However, after watching countless YouTube videos on how to shade and understand color theory, I can pretty much (and proudly) present to you my very first full colored artwork. Continue reading