Hello everyone and sorry for my recent inactivity on this blog because I have been kept very busy for the past week with work, which has quite unfortunately also slowed down some of my reading plans. But I am very excited this upcoming weekend because I would finally have time to attend the talks and activities for the annual Singapore Writers’ Festival and I would definitely write a blog post on it, so stay tuned!
But before that, here is a post of a book haul (opsie!) I did recently since it has been a while I last bought actual copies rather than electronic versions of books.
1. Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut
An all-time anti-war American classic that I had to check it off my list
2. Eastern Heathens edited by Amanda Lee Koe + Ng Yi-Sheng
A collection of Asian folklore re-imagined and rewritten by Asian writers to fit into the 21st century context.
3. A Concise Chinese-English Dictionary For Lovers by Xiaolu Guo
When language barriers fail to stop two strangers from falling in love, the complex relationship is explored in this novel.
I will be individually reviewing these novels in time to come but for latest updates, check out my Goodreads account. On a side note, I am getting really excited for the upcoming holiday season because I can almost smell it in the air that it is about time to wind down and relax~