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Things I Did 101

Belated Happy 4th of July to my USA friends out there!!

There were several things that got me busy that I’ve been absent from the blogosphere for weeks. So, allow me to take this moment and share with you what I’ve been up to!

Thing #1: Building my fortress

It’s more likely my fortress is building itself. This sounds completely unusual because pfft. Since when did fortresses build themselves?! But really, all I do is water it, and let it grow itself.

OH WAIT. Did I say fortress?

I meant forest. Mini forest aka garden. I’ve been building an herb garden to make potions because the Southern Witches need them ASAP for the fun of it. Not like some being are in need of it. I mean, I honestly LOVE gardening  but hadn’t had the time before. Now I’m back from the dead a busy life and living that leisure-ish life.

Gardening is such a simple task that you don’t have to be a green thumb to start growing a plant! Here are the basics: Grab a seed. Bury it 3 inches deep. and wait for it to grow Don’t forget to cross your fingers and hope you grew this cute little thing:

and not this one…

Thing #2: Surprising Momma

Recently, my mom had her 50th birthday and we planned to surprise her, and surprising her we did! It was such a marvelous sight to see her oozing with so much happiness. I believe that our mommas are the ones who sacrifice the most in the family, and she deserves all the good things the world has to offer. This reminds me of the Q&A of Miss World 2017. If you haven’t yet, check out Manushi Chhillar’s answer!


That sounds like a misleading subheading because I did NOT audition for a drama or a play or a movie or any films. Nevertheless, I still got the role.

I’ve been cleaning a LOT lately (I sound like complaining but really, I’m not) and oh boooooy. There’s more of it out there so I’m going to be like:

And that’s it! Those are the things I’ve been doing so there is little reading I’ve done lately. Well, it’s either read 10 novels straight or read nothing for a month or longer. There’s no in between.



  • What do you do when you’re not reading?
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Discussion Post #8: Three Things I Did This Week

Hi everyone! I’ve decided to rename WHUBUT Wednesdays into “Discussion Posts” with a twist of recent life stories happening in my life. Basically the same thing, but now more on Bookish Discussions and what-not and because it sounds a bit more appropriate. Haha!

I had been procrastinating on my blogging and have been focusing on reading a lot recently that now I’m starting to build up a TBR pile for the books that needs reviewing! Oh well ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I hate to cut this post short, but I’m really excited to read my fifth book! I’m on a rooooll!!!

Because I’m in a rush to read my next book, I’ve decided to share three things I did this week…which is a weird-sounding topic. Really. No kidding. So here we go!

Fair Warning: These are the things I did other than reading a book.


1. Binge-Watching Stand Up Comedies

It was an accidental encounter when someone shared a video of Trevor Noah on Facebook on one of his shows and I couldn’t help it but watch the video until the end! It was hilarious and fantastic and thought-provoking. I started watching more of his videos in his channel and he’s become my favourite comedian ever ever EVER!!! On top of that, he’s really really gorgeous. I mean, look:


2. Watching Documentaries

This is an out of the blue act but I’ve recently watched a documentary on Sharks feeding on seals and other predators that feed on seals and I’m not exactly sure what I’m interested in watching anymore: the majestic shark or the adorable seal…being eaten?  Huh. Crazy, I know. Who watches shark eating seals?? ME.

This is nature folks. It happens.


3. Binge Watching Pirates of the Caribbean

My whole life, I’ve been spelling Caribbean as Carribean. But watching Pirates of the Caribbean actually taught me how to spell it right! Who would’ve thought, aye? The movies are crazy, creative, and witty!! I’m head-over-heels for this movie. Also, I’ve noticed that Captain Jack Sparrow is a matchmaker. If you watch the movie, then you know what I mean.


That’s it folks! Now I’m on a run to read my next book!


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Ann, not Annie, is tired of her nominal existence and has vowed to turn things around by dating the hottest guy in school, Jacob Waters. Easier said than done since Jacob isn’t even aware she exists. The truth is, due to Ann’s lively temper she spends more time in detention with the rest of the school rejects than she does fantasizing about Jacob Waters wearing spandex.

Her best friend and devout alien believer, Lisa, doesn’t like the changes she’s seeing in her BFF. Neither does Danny Feller, a fellow detention inmate and resident lost boy who has started keeping an extra watchful and unwanted eye on Ann.

When a chance encounter in an empty hallway changes everything, Ann finds all her dreams coming true and she is well on her way to living the perfect life she’s always wanted. But appearances aren’t always what they seem and Ann is going to have to face not just cold hard facts, but also her past.

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WHUBUT Wednesday #7: A History of Reading

Hey everyone! Today’s WHUBUT Wednesday is centered on a story of how I became a bookworm. I posted this before, but I’m putting it up again so it can be a part of my WHUBUTs. Happy reading!

I knew when I met you, an adventure was going to happen. – Winnie the Pooh


It is a universal fact that reading is a form of entertainment. In my case, however, it is more than that. For me, reading means bonding with words and familiarizing them. Embracing their unfamiliarity  and adding them to that long list of vocabulary. And it’s not just words you get to connect with. The best part in reading is that you get to connect with those people who creatively formed words into sentences, turning into them paragraphs, and into a book.

At a young age, I developed a curiosity with books. I vaguely remember certain occasions when I would enter the library of the primary school I went to. I would always go to the shelved cases containing educational picture books. One of those books contained a cover page with a dodo bird in it. Most of the time, I would simply stare at those books behind the glass case. Other times, I’d pick up one and simply look at the pictures it contained. I was at a very young age then, and my sole interest was running around and playing tag or hide and seek.

Then came a time when my mom would bring my sister and I to a mini mall that had this huge playground, with a sea of plastic balls in one of its stations and a shortcut to a small children’s library. As a curious cat, I followed the short trail towards the room, immediately liking the lack of noise and the comfort of the bean bags spread out across the room. Who would’ve though it was the start of a spark of interest.


Current Read

38907084Lady Isabel is just twelve years old when Lord Chetwynd rescues her from being raped by warriors in his company. When they meet eight years later, each has a good reason for entering an arranged marriage. Together, they embark on a perilous journey to the court of King Louis. On the way, danger from enemies on the journey brings them closer together; when they arrive at court, rivalry and intrigue nearly parts them. Ultimately, however, they survive these trials through their own native wit and charm—and gain new respect and love for one another. 

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WHUBUT Wednesday #6: Prepping for Readathons

Recently, I’ve been so alive in my blog despite having a reviewing slump and it has been fun doing all these posts that I have posted four blog posts the previous days (which is a rare thing for me, actually)!! …now the challenge is, if I could be consistent.

This week had been a very pleasant one for me. Every day, I did something progressive like cleaning the house, doing some exercises, drinking a lot of water, noting down five things I’m thankful for, and writing on a journal. Aaah it feels extremely satisfying to accomplish a lot of things!

Speaking of accomplishments, tomorrow marks the beginning of #25inFive Readathon that and ends on Monday, April 9, 2018. I will be joining in and I’m so excited to start my first Readathon this year! The aim of this Readathon is to accumulate twenty-five hours of reading in five days. If you’re interested in joining, be sure to use the #25infive and tag your bookish friends so they can participate as well!

Readathons are one way to reducing your TBR shelves and participating in one connects you with other bookworms around the world. So basically, you’re hitting two birds with one stone. To prep yourselves for readathons, here are FOUR things you might want to do before taking on that challenge:

  • Find Your Reading Spot.

Whether it be in a sitting position, lying down on your stomach (or back), doing a hand stand, or being up in on the trees, you know you need that comfortable space when reading. Hand in hand with your reading spot is the type of environment you’re in. Listening to music, be surrounded in books, splashing with the crocodiles. Completely your choice! Mine, for example, is a cool place with minimal noise. As soon as I read a book, everything around me magnifies and so I’d easily get distracted and lose my concentration, hence little noises please.



  • Line Up The Books You Want To Read.

With a mountain of TBR books, it is a dilemma to choose what book we want to read next! Now, your goal is not about perusing your shelf in a certain amount of time. It’s reading as much as you can to reduce that mountain into a hill… which is slightly impossible but at least we’re trying!

To maximize your time in Readathon challenges, line up beforehand —a week before, a night before, doesn’t matter as long as it’s BEFORE—the books you want to read. You can pile them up, or write them down, totally up to you! That way, you’d get organized and ready to get on with the next book!


  • Hoard Some Snacks!

Reading requires analysis and thus, makes use of energy. So it’s only proper to munch on a biscuit or a cupcake while doing so. Don’t starve yourself and end up literally eating your books! Grab a bucket of fries or a plate of nachos or a box of pizza. Whatever snack you want to devour, snag it. Snag it now! Oh, and don’t forget to bring tissues, unless you want to dirty up the page of your book.



  • Breathe In, Breathe Out

Last but not the least, take a deep breath and take the challenge head on! Although you do this every second of your life, do it again, but this time, breathe deep. It’s kind of like a shower to your lungs. You’re showering your lungs with fresh air because you might want to hold your breath when the plot drops.

If you did all that, then you are sooo ready for that Readathon! Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to go  swallow a gallon of air to sustain me for possible plot twists that will blow my mind. Ciao for now!


Were these tips helpful? Are you joining any Readathons? Let me know in the comments below!


Current Read


An intimate first flight of short fiction from award-winning novelist Jo Walton (Among Others, The King’s Peace).

A strange Eritrean coin travels from lovers to thieves, gathering stories before meeting its match. Google becomes sentient and proceeds toward an existential crisis. An idealistic dancer on a generation ship makes an impassioned plea for creativity and survival. Three Irish siblings embark on an unlikely quest, stealing enchanted items via bad poetry, trickery, and an assist from the Queen of Cats. 

With these captivating initial glimpses into her storytelling psyche, Jo Walton shines through subtle myths and wholly reinvented realities. Through eclectic stories, subtle vignettes, inspired poetry, and more, Walton soars with humans, machines, and magic—rising from the everyday into the universe itself.

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WHUBUT Wednesday #5: An Update of the Previous weeks!

Hi folks! Today’s WHUBUT is just a short update of how I’m doing since I skipped a couple of WHUBUTs. Not so much going on but…

After being free from my college exams, projects and presentations, I was completely ecstatic! It was just last week and I already feel like I had a month of vacation! There are a lot of goodbyes that’s going to happen:

Goodbye pressure.
Goodbye deadlines.
And the best one yet: Goodbye 7:30 classes!

I am so stoked about having plenty of time with blogging and reading that now I’m in my third book for this month! Typically, I’m limited to reading one book per week, but I guess with a sort of unlimited time, I could read on most hours of the day. (Later, I realized this isn’t entirely true, knowing that I also watch some anime!)

With so much excitement I had, I ended up not writing two (TWO!!) WHUBUTs’ because I was totally enjoying my freedom. I could have been over-enjoying my slothfulness(if that’s even a word!). The good thing that came out while having a break was that I was able to conjure some topics for my WHUBUTs (although still under way) and I can’t wait to share it with you!

Also, I’d like to share that I was bitten by my cat, Loki, on my right hand (but just an itty-bitty one) while playing with him so I had several shots on my shoulders. I used to be afraid of needles but I might be heading to the road of being a medical practitioner soon, so I might as well embrace syringes! While the first one was an adorable shot, the other three were a bit…I could say unpleasant. The second shot was the most painful. The third and fourth got me feeling a bit numb for a few days (I found it annoying since it felt like the needles were stuck on me!) I have several more shots and now my current count of shots are: *DRUM ROLL* 8!!!! My shoulders have these bright red spots now. LOL.

Saying “not so much was going on” at the start of this post was totally an understatement.

But that’s it for now! I’m hoping to finish my other WHUBUTs so I’d get to share my thoughts with you all! How is your March going so far? Let me know in the comments below!

Current Read

35433674The day nine-year-old San San and her twelve-year-old brother, Ah Liam, discover their grandmother taking a hammer to a framed portrait of Chairman Mao is the day that forever changes their lives. To prove his loyalty to the Party, Ah Liam reports his grandmother to the authorities. But his belief in doing the right thing sets in motion a terrible chain of events.

Now they must flee their home on Drum Wave Islet, which sits just a few hundred meters across the channel from mainland China. But when their mother goes to procure visas for safe passage to Hong Kong, the government will only issue them on the condition that she leave behind one of her children as proof of the family’s intention to return.

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Hi everyone! It’s that time of the month and while January was like a snail, February is the complete opposite! But thankfully, I was able to achieve some goals! No WHUBUT Wednesday was posted last week as I was extremely exhausted and decided to have a rest. Although I tweeted this, I would just like to say again, THANK YOU SO MUCH for being a part of my blogging life and helping me reach 100 followers! Without you, I don’t think I could achieve this! *cries sweet tears*

Drama aside, let’s start up with this week’s WHUBUT Wednesday.

“What Have U Been Up To, Atheinne?”

Last week, I had a field trip in one of my classes where we got to visit a marine reserve which was INCREDIBLE! It’s a perfect place to be at peace and if you’re up for some snorkeling, there’s a lot beautiful corals of fishes to see!

After two days of resting, I unfortunately caught a sore throat but somehow, with the help of the right medications, the pain alleviated, which I am extremely thankful for because major events are coming up that I seriously have to survive!

So far, the week was tiring but it was wonderful at the same time. I regret nothing at all!



I had little time to go book shopping this month as there was a lot of things going on: school work, projects, quizzes, exams, homeworks, presentations, a field trip. And, my goodness! I feel like I’m sinking to the ocean’s bottom! In addition to that, I was hoping to save up for other things and so, I tried to choose carefully the books I bought, strictly implementing spending less money. So here’s the books I’ve fished for this month:

Physical Books

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Amazon Kindle Ebooks

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books read this month: 8*

I was able to pass through my average amount of books read in a month despite the hectic schedule and here’s a recap of the books that I’ve completed for this month. By simply clicking on the book’s cover, you will be redirected to my review on it.

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*The Now or Never Moment is an Omnibus that contains 4 books, hence the number of books read is 8.


I think that’s it! March is a few hours away and *whispers* I actually requested more than five books this month (whoops!!). But anyway, it’s nearly the end of classes and I think I’ll be focused more on reading (YIPEE!!) since I’d be having a ton of free times (hopefully). Until then!

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#3: A Narrative on Why I Read Books

Hey! Hey! It’s WHUBUT Wednesday! It’s been a week full of sleeping in and lounging about and yet, I haven’t finished a book! Well, that’s because the book I’m reading is an Omnibus version, with four books in it, and I’m halfway through with the third book! So it won’t be long before my review is up. 😀

Because it’s Heart’s Day (Happy Heart’s Day to you all! ❤), today’s WHUBUT is a proclamation of my love for reading! I’m a 100% certain that we all have our own thoughts about why, exactly, we put so much time and effort in staring at letters and lines and hallucinating all day long. But here’s my side of the story.

Books contain stories with real life situations where, as readers, we can very well relate to. The events are so diverse that it’s like living multiple lives in a thousand different situations, that I’m starting to believe this is the logic behind multiverse!

Through these well-thought circumstances, I developed empathy and appreciation. As a human being, I’m not great at empathizing with others, and being exposed to books that show the events happening in the society and what people are going through allows me to understand, appreciate, and put things in perspective. To be honest, if it weren’t for books, I would be an ignorant fool, blindly walking on two legs with barely a care for little yet meaningful things.

See, books never fail to keep the mind open and I believe that this is the best part of being immersed in reading.

Why is reading important to you? How has it impacted your life? Share your thoughts in the comment below! 🙂

Current Read:


Shelby and Tanner have been inseparable ever since freshman year when she intervened to save him from a bully’s beating. Fast forward four intense years–Shelby is leaving for college. Without Tanner. Three days before she’s set to move, he hands her a thick envelope with explicit instructions:

In no way shape or form is she to open the envelope until she is perfectly settled in at school. She is not to even think of it until then.

No one has seen Tanner since that moment.

She opens the envelope to find a letter of epic proportions inside that spans their years in high school together. When she reads it out loud to almost her entire dorm, Shelby relives the good and all of the bad, and together they learn details that Tanner held back, the things he never told her. How much he really loves her.

Sometimes, all it takes is walking in someone else’s shoes to realize what you’ve known all along. Sometimes, that realization comes too late.

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WHUBUT Wednesday #2

Hey all! I mentioned last week that I’m not going to do a WHUBUT Wednesday and yet here, I am, skipping about in my blog, writing and writing and writing again. I couldn’t help it! Even though I have not much to say today, I wanted to write something just for the fun of it. Before I start off, here’s what I’m reading at the moment.

35655162Current Read
San Francisco, 1915. As America teeters on the brink of world war, Charmian and her husband, famed novelist Jack London, wrestle with genius and desire, politics and marital competitiveness. Charmian longs to be viewed as an equal partner who put her own career on hold to support her husband, but Jack doesn’t see it that way…until Charmian is pulled from the audience during a magic show by escape artist Harry Houdini, a man enmeshed in his own complicated marriage. Suddenly, charmed by the attention Houdini pays her and entranced by his sexual magnetism, Charmian’s eyes open to a world of possibilities that could be her escape.

As Charmian grapples with her urge to explore the forbidden, Jack’s increasingly reckless behavior threatens her dedication. Now torn between two of history’s most mysterious and charismatic figures, she must find the courage to forge her own path, even as she fears the loss of everything she holds dear.


This blog post is going to be quick because I’ve been deep in the Real-Life realms. A moment or two, it’s going to pull me right back so this post will be quite short, a sharp contrast to the first WHUBUT Wednesday, which was quite long. TEHEE.

But anyways.

I am thisclose to finishing The Secret Life of Mrs. London and will be sharing a review on it in a day or two. Or three. Haha!

The best thing that happened this week was getting nominated for The Sunshine Blogger Award by Angela from The Cat With A Book!!! (Thanks Angela!!!) I’m endlessly gushing when I got nominated and it is SUCH a great honor. I’m going to do a blog post on that soon and watch out! You might get nominated too!

Until then, lovely folks! 🙂

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WHUBUT Wednesday #101 + Challenge Sign-Up for Discussion Challenge + Monthly Wrap-Up

WARNING: This blog post will be near endless and may cause you dehydration. Please be with your glass of water at all times while reading this post. Provided below are the reasons why it will be a tad bit of lengthy:

  1. There will be FIVE subtopics: Current Read, WHUBUT Wednesday: A Glimpse into the Real-Life Realm, Challenge Sign-Up for Discussion Challenge, January Book Haul, Monthly Wrap-Up
  2. I talk more with my keyboard.


It’s the end of the month AND it’s a Wednesday ergo a multi-topic blog post it shall be! Today marks the first WHUBUT Wednesday and there’s so much to write about. You may be wondering why. so I’m starting it off with my current read.


                                         CURRENT READ
Martin is an American teen on the autism spectrum living in France with his mom and sister for the summer. He falls for a French girl who he thinks is a real-life incarnation of a character in his favorite book. Over time Martin comes to realize she is a real person and not a character in a novel while at the same time learning that love is not out of his reach just because he is autistic.
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Kids Like Us had been in my “Currently Reading” shelf not because it’s not fun to read. In fact, it’s actually easy to follow aaaaand—– this isn’t a review post so I’m saving whatever I’m going to say about what I think of it in a different post. Soon. I promise! I’ve been meaning to finish this book over the weekend BUT there were other real-life things to take care of that my reading time was overtaken by sleep. Pretty much resulting to my inability to join #24in48 Challenge. (But no worries, there’s one in June, if I’m not mistaken!



The past days had been hectic and I’m halfway through the week, (THANK GOODNESS) because this week is loaded with so much quizzes and a few deadlines to catch up on and I don’t know how much more I could go on!

But anyway, this did not (and will not) stop me from doing what I love doing: book blogging and staying connected with the reader & blogger community (but maybe at a limited time gehee).

While being away, I decided to get organized and put things in order, especially now that I request books. Something simple but extremely helpful, I printed out a weekly and monthly organizer and a blog stat organizer to keep track of all things. I have an affinity for seeing things at a bird’s eye view and thankfully, this is achievable with these  organizers. Printables are available online but I opted for a black and white theme (which is simply a bunch of lines and some huge tables).



I was introduced to this Discussion Challenge by Evelina of Avalinah’s Books and now here I am, prepping up myself for this challenge!

Discussion Challenge 2018 is a challenge hosted by Nicole of Feed Your Addiction Fiction and Shannon of It Starts at Midnight that lets you talk anything book-related or perhaps, if you’d like, something about your personal life that you’d like to share to the reader & blogger community.

Discussion Challenge Levels:

1-10 – Discussion Dabbler
11-20 – Creative Conversationalist
21-30 – Chatty Kathy
31-40 – Terrifically Talkative
41+ – Gift of the Gab

I’m choosing Terribly Talkative. I may or may not exceed and move on to Gift of the Gab, as there are 52 weeks in a year and I post one every Wednesdays.

I’ve decided to incorporate the discussion challenge with WHUBUT Wednesday wherein every WHUBUT Wednesday post will also represent a Discussion Challenge blog post. If it were a formula, it would be something like this:

WHUBUT Wednesday = Discussion Challenge

Oh, and before we leave this section, I’m inviting everyone in joining the challenge and share discussions with other readers and bloggers!



I’m ecstatic that we have reached this part of the post because this is my first book haul post eveeer! Not ever in my history of blogging had I done this so here are the books that I harvested for the month of January.

Physical Books

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Amazon Kindle Ebooks

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I’m so much a turtle reader that the most I can read for a month are four books. Every time I read, I feel the need to completely extract all emotions from every line of every page. You feel me?? …Or is it just me?

Anyhow, here are the books that I was able to read for the month of January. I’m one book short from my average number of books per month. I was washed away in the Real-Life Realms but I’m hoping to get back on track soon. Click the images to be directed on my written review on the corresponding book.

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And that is all, folks! How did your first month go? I’d love to hear how yours went. Until then! 🙂


NOTE: There will be no posts between February 5 – 9 as I will be having my exams. Blog posting will resume on the following week.

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WHUBUT Wednesday

Hi everyone! How are you doing?? If you’re asking me, I will be telling you about that in a few minutes. But first, let me share to you the theme I am introducing to my blog. It’s called WHUBUT Wednesday.

What does WHUBUT mean?

  • It’s an abbreviated term for “What have you been up to?” When I had my Eureka moment for this abbreviation, I thought I was a genius because I haven’t heard of it before! So with all my proud self, I walked up to Google and searched “WHUBUT“. In a split second, I was like a balloon whose air was stolen because lo and behold IT. WAS. THERE. Maybe I could be a genius in another dimension then? HEHEHEHE.

So what is WHUBUT Wednesday?

  • WHUBUT Wenesday is basically a theme post that will contain thoughts and updates on how you have been doing so far in the week. It’s a blog post that will keep your book blogging friends updated if you’re still alive, alert, awake, enthusiastic! You can post anything, whatever you want. That’s what’s great about WHUBUT Wednesday.

Why are you hosting a WHUBUT Wednesday?

  • Well, because I’m a turtle reader plus I’m loaded with so much real life to-do list, it takes me a week or two to finish a book and a couple of days to write a review and by then, it would feel like my blog is a deserted land! And my inner self cringe just thinking about not blogging while my fingers itch to type and type and type a blog post even though I have no topic to write about. Imagine what my blog post’s content would be. I can clearly see it as this:
    • sdfghjklujhmbfvopefrewjifndvk ksjghvhsdiova efh sfuskadv kjdshuvh zc g r dth trs rnsyjryjryj es jry  nrhyjr i7 utbg r3t 6ui 8ok jngfd 609876543 21rtyhn s  bv se ryu  jb vcserty unbvc drtyujn bdrtyuikfdtyukmn bvc.

It definitely wouldn’t look attractive. But thanks to WHUBUT Wednesday, I’d be able to do that! I actually plan on droppings facts and fiction bombs for each post, so make sure you’re attentive enough to see the the truth between the lies. Having a high affinity for anonymity, I will be doing that.  😉 (And I do hope I don’t fool myself with my own fact and fiction game!)


WHUBUT Wednesday‘s first post will be next week and I am looking forward to gush about things I’ve been up to and share it with you guys and gals. I can’t wait!

What do you think of WHUBUT Wendesday? Let me know in the comments below. Until then! 🙂