Japanese Self-Studying Updates (Lessons 1-8) | Blushing Geek

Japanese Self-Studying Updates (Lessons 24-26)


Konnichiwa minna-san! Another week means another updates for my Japanese language self-study! Last week, I’ve got to learn some new phrases that are most commonly used in everyday conversation, so even though there we’re some terms that I’m having a hard time reading, I still had a blast learning about them. For this week, I’ve got to deal with another…

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Recommended Books from Mary Higgins Clark


As you have already know, MHC was the main reason why I started to love reading books written in English. I’ve been in love with reading as a child but my reading horizons weren’t that wide compared to now. Back then, I’m only interested into Tagalog Romance until I came into an MHC book c/o my mom. To cut the…

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Book review of Tangled by Emma Chase | Blushing Geek

Book Review – Tangled by Emma Chase


Tangled by Emma Chase is probably one of the best books I’ve read this year, and maybe ever. I absolutely love the writing style and the cover totally speaks for itself because the hero, Drew, is so effing sexy and hilarious. I don’t remember the last time I had this so much fun reading something. Highly recommended! Tangled by Emma Chase…

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Japanese Self-Studying Updates (Lessons 1-8) | Blushing Geek

Japanese Self-Studying Updates (Lessons 21-23)


Konnichiwa minna san! (Hello everyone!) It’s time again for another updates for my Japanese language self-study. And just like last week, I decided to take up three lessons for this week. I’ve been learning so much for the past two months but instead of feeling overwhelmed, I’m feeling ecstatic. Don’t get me wrong, learning Japanese isn’t like a walk in…

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Book Review Head Shot by Dani Amore | Blushing Geek

Book Review – Head Shot by Dani Amore


Head Shot by Dani Amore is a story of a struggling Hollywood actor who after staring as the serial killer on a true crime show got his worst nightmare after being mistaken as the actual killer. It’s a thriller story of chasing and mistaken identity with a pinch of HEA. Head Shot by Dani Amore Published on September 23, 2014 Genre: Thriller…

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Book Review of Wandering Heart by Sonia Francesca | Blushing Geek

Book Review – Wandering Heart by Sonia Francesca


Wandering Heart is the third and final book of the Cape’s Corner Trilogy written by Sonia Francesca. It’s a short romantic read that will not just make you fall in love but will also laugh your heart out. This book is highly recommended! Wandering Heart by Sonia Francesca Series: Cape’s Corner Trilogy, #3 First Published 2007 by Precious Corporation Genre: Tagalog Romance 128 pages…

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Japanese Self-Studying Updates (Lessons 1-8) | Blushing Geek

Japanese Self-Studying Updates (Lessons 18-20)


Happy Monday everyone! I’m here again for another updates for my Japanese language self-study. Last week, I’ve concluded the TE or request form of all the verbs in Japanese. It’s one of the most important lesson in Japanese so after learning the MASU form and then finally the TE form, I can’t help but feel smug about it hehe. Ofcourse…

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Remembering The 2013 Bohol Earthquake | Blushing Geek

Remembering The 2013 Bohol Earthquake


Exactly four years ago today, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked my hometown Bohol, leaving it with so many casualties and with an estimated damage of P2.5 billion. So what happened then? At exactly 8:12 am, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck Bohol with its epicenter at 2 kilometers southeast of Carmen, which is known for its chocolate hills and tarsiers. The…

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How Do You Rate Books? | Blushing Geek

Geeky Discussions: How Do You Rate Books?


I’ve been reading books all my life but as years go by, I noticed how my reading horizons gotten wider considering how sure I was before that I will live and die just reading suspense/mystery books (excluding tagalog romance novels, hehe). Well, that’s not what I’m going to talk about today (*wink) but I’m curious how others determine their book…

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