Sunday, January 25, 2015

Travelling Books & The World of Plenty!

Earlier today as I checked my online stuff and saw one of my favorite author of all time Neil Gaiman retweeted
  And so I went to that site as I was curious what it's all about.. what I learned + my First Impression: Mass Mosaic (World of Plenty) currently running on beta, dunno how to describe it as I'm new to it myself but it's like tumblr wherein you can post/create WANT/HAVE in what they call a tile then there's a bunch of options/categories also exchange type (borrow,sell,trade,gift etc),Follow people and create a mosaic (it also lets you crowdsource anything!) wow! I find it pretty amazing so far!

Here's an intro:

 as I searched for  the book the Art of asking by Amanda Palmer . I learned about another site called BOOK CROSSING if books can travel and have a passport this site is it! it lets you register your book for free,print your label/buy from them,post and track wherever it go! isn't amazing!?

Anyway, I quite remember the where's george currency tracking project also those times when booktubers( people who do book related videos on youtube) have a project similar to book crossing. Just wow! Internet and People in general never fails to amuse me!  #PassItOn #MakeTheWorldABetterPlace (I still find it a bit odd using hashtags in post,messages,time and again well except on twitter and sometimes instagram haha :)))

Just wanted to share this post to let you know what I recently discovered and hope it's helpful.Now Join in those sites I mentioned for it's FREE! enjoy and have fun! ^_^

Sunday, January 4, 2015

HAPPY 2015!

Hey! how are you? hope you're well just wanna wish you a splendid 2015.Time flew by so fast I still can't believe it!

Anyway I just thought about selling some of my books (second hand and new in all sorts of genres ) here or create a new blog/page. I definitely need the extra space around here and funds for future endeavours although I dunno how yet and what kind of payment methods to use for example paypal and such.

I would also like to share with you some of my bookish resolutions:

1. Read at least 25-50 books this year and then try to double the quota once reached.(just like last year)
2. Reduce to be read pile to zero (well that is the dream haha!)

I'd like to read  as much as I can really :)) what about you? do you have any new year's resolution?