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i know what's right and what's wrong. i am cheerful and out going. it's hard for me to find the one that i want, but once i find the right person, i won't be able to fall in love again for a long time.


"Do what you love and you'll be good at it. Sounds simple enough. But what if you love reading comics, playing video games and watching korean dramas until your eyes pop out? Is it possible to make a career out of such things? What's the alternative? Spend all your time wishing you were brave enough to take that leap? Don't let fear stop you from doing what you love. Because ultimately, it's about being true to yourself."


Monday, 18 April 2011

Book review: The Every Year Collection

Ahern's eight novel. Can't wait to purchase it!

A wonderful collection of Cecelia’s short stories

As the smell of pinecones and cinnamon fill the air and the plump turkey roasts in the oven, the final preparations for Christmas day have begun just as they do every year.

The tree lights are twinkling and the mince pies are cooked and there is just one final tradition to carry out before the Christmas magic can begin. This year though, something is different and it’s time for life-long traditions to change.

For years the family has followed the same pattern, not changing their routine through the generations; babies have grown into teens and then adults, and then eventually have had children of their own, but one thing always remained constant throughout…

Time has finally caught up with the family and this year the new traditions must be formed.

Note: Last time, in MPH, Jaya Jusco, I found Ahern's another book that compiles all her short stories, in the English rack. The book is titled as, "The Girl in the Mirror." I want to buy that one either! I'm so longing to read Ahern's novels again. Thank you, Miss Ahern! Hopefully one day I will be able to meet you! Dear readers, fyi, I'm a big fan of Cecelia Ahern, ok! Ahakkss! ^_^

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