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Too much paper in my life

Brick and mortar bookstores should be happy there are still people like me.

Never really gotten into the whole e-book thingy (says the person who has attempted to write an ebook). Physical books are the best!!!

I’ve always been a book lover since young. And I think it has gotten 4x as bad because now I can read in 4 languages. I shudder to think of the day I can read in 10 languages (nv going to happen)

Mmm ok actually just 3 languages. Cos for some strange reason, I don’t read in English. Oops. #confession

I’m always at the Chinese or Japanese section in Kinokuniya. The last time I’ve really looked for books in the English section? 2008. Lol.

Last English book I read? – reread Harry Potter for the nth time.


Anyway, felt really horrible (physically n mentally) so I went to kino again. 20% sale!!!!!


I actually wanted to buy a 金庸 novel but my brain probably cant take it. Bought 2nd book of MOZU to remind myself to finish the 1st one. ^^

And L cos it’s L.

Feeling reallllyyyyy sick now (the overwhelming desire to puke) so I’m just lying on the bed.

This is how I managed to finish reading all 20 books of 獵命師傳奇 in like… a few weeks. Feeling sick and tired.


My brain is mush, so please don’t expect any informative posts these days.

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    Nadezhda Nikolova
    24 June, 2014 at 2:41 PM

    😀 I really envy you that you have the opportunity to buy books easily. For me it is veeery difficult and expensive due to all these shipping costs, but it is worthy. I am the same bookaholic as you since child and I completely understand you. And I know 7 languages (with my mother one), so you can imagine how bad is my book-disease. 😀
    But no paper is too much. There is always place for new. 🙂

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      28 June, 2014 at 12:28 PM

      wow 7!!! >< hahaha that's gonna be a lot of books 😛 hehe I don't buy books easily too but the bookstore was having a sale (:

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    26 June, 2014 at 12:10 AM

    Wow! I am so impress with you and the commentor above me. I speak 2 and a half language (not fluent, but conversational to an extent), but can only read in one, which is English . I also dabble in a few other languages, but nothing worth mentioning. My reading skills is pretty horrendous, reading your post make me feel motivated to practice my reading more. Regarding your post about Singapore, please do post more about your country, seem like a lovely country to live in.

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      28 June, 2014 at 12:28 PM

      Hello! 😀 hehe yeah just read more and you will get better!! Thanks for reading the blog and I’ll most more on Singapore soon! ^^

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    26 June, 2014 at 1:44 AM

    I’m so envious that you can read in 4 different languages. Now I can knot read in my mother tongue and in English and I’m looking forward to being able to read even in Japanese and Korean 🙂 I’m a great fan of physical books, too, because I really enjoy flicking through the book and smelling the pages lol

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      28 June, 2014 at 12:30 PM

      samee!! 😀 Reading a e-book or something on the internet just feels different

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    27 June, 2014 at 5:55 PM

    I also love paper books because I love sniffing the paper(when it’s new) and I find that it keeps my concentration when I flip the pages. Plus it’s a wonderful feeling seeing the books stack in my table.
    PS. I need a decent bookshelf

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      28 June, 2014 at 12:30 PM

      hehe yeah my bookshelf is bursting!

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    15 April, 2015 at 8:01 AM

    Oh thank to you now i know what you have posted on your instagram about chinese book, because i really wanted to read them 🙂

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