25 May 2014

Short Shares: The Fault In Our Stars Extended Trailer

In two weeks, the well-known movie based off the best selling novel of John Green, "The Fault In Our Stars", will be showing on the big screen. My country was one of the lucky ones who got an early screening but sadly we(friends)/I didn't win the raffle contest for it. But anyways, we get to watch it on June 5. (unless they changed it) Hooray!! Check out when it comes out from your country below.

I have been waiting for this since I ever heard that they were going to make a movie adaptation of it. I love the book so much which made me stay updated on what's happening to the film production through social networking sites and Fault Fanatics newsletter. I heard lots of news about the Little Infinities screening (still wish I got chosen huhu) and the soundtrack releases and the trailer. Here is the extended trailer (if you haven't seen it) since the first official trailer may not be enough (?).

I was able to hear what the attendees of the Little Infinities screening had to say about it and a lot had positive feedback. It was very loyal to the book and really cute. You can say they were very emotional when it ended and they were drowning in feels so good luck to all of us who have yet to watch it! It surely did not disappoint from what I have heard. :-)

I cannot wait to see the movie! Can't you?

24 May 2014

Short Shares: "On Finding The 100% Perfect Girl One Beautiful April Morning"

It's been a while since I have updated this blog.

But hey there. I hope everyone dropping by my blog is doing well and I hope you (yes, you) reading this post is interested in reading as well.

I am a bookworm so this summer I drowned myself with books and by joining Fully Booked's Junior Book Crew. 12 sessions of pure awesomeness. I will blog about that soon but for now let me share to you a short prose I came across entitled "Haruki Murakami: On Finding The 100% Perfect Girl One Beautiful April Morning" made by one of the greatest authors ever, Haruki Murakami. I read YA novels, articles from other blogs, prose and poetry like the ones made by Lang Leav and Michael Faudet. I classify this as one of the short prose I enjoyed.

Hope you enjoy it too!