Rabu, 22 Juni 2011


Below is the list of books that I'm fully willing to swap:

The Lost World (Michael Crichton) - not really in a good condition
The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket (Edgar Allan Poe) - acceptable
Things I Want My Daughters To Know (Elizabeth Noble) - like new
Where I'm Calling From (Raymond Carver) - good
Love The One You're With ( Emily Giffin) - like new
War Reporting For Cowards (Chris Ayres) - good

Next (Michael Crichton) - like new
Let The Right One In (John Ajvide Lindqvist) - like new
Vanishing Acts - (Jodi Picoult) - like new
The Alison Rules (Catherine Clark) - like new
Forrest Gump (Winston Groom) - acceptable

Pillow Talk (Christian Simamora) - like new
Dia (Nonier) - good
Konser (Meiliana K. Tansri) - good
Melodia (Keshia Deisra) - like new

Anyone that interested could inform me through email

How ya doin?

Wassup dudes!
I realized I haven't posted anything on this blog since, what, last month? It was because I was so busy with school stuff like exam.. And now that I'm having a school break it means I'm having my own fun (which causes minimum using of internet, really, except from phone) like reading and watching endlessly and writing.
Now that any of you wants to know much, actually.
So I've decided to just, you know, write ramblings or rants or whatnots here, nothing serious, because this whole  blogging project given from Ms.Heny has ended. But I actually want to start making my own book blog (which I found really interesting and useful in the future), so in that book blog I'll write reviews of books and movies that I've watched after and hopefully if I can, way before I started it, and I want to write religiously.