The Green Bookworm

Photo by: Ms. Kriselda Sangalang, 2010
Photo by: Ms. Kriselda Sangalang, 2010

I realized how stuck I was on novels when I was still single because I was longing for love that time. And I believe that’s one of the reasons why singles prefer reading romance novels to going out because they’re caught up inside their own globe of love affair. Now that love has found me, I had set them aside – novels are no longer my top priority for leisure. Yet, at this very hour, I find myself chasing for more novels. And I don’t know why I feel like I’m fifteen, sixteen or seventeen, again…that solves the dilemma, if you know what I mean. Am I going back to the old days?


by: Samantha C. De Guzman



Hello, everyone! Just to ask for your consideration, please follow my sister’s blog: (or you can click her blog post title below, and follow her.) She’s new to WordPress and to blogging.

I really wanted her to be engaged in writing because she’s a Mass Communication student. And she has a lot to say more than what you can expect from her.

(P.S. It’s the very first time that I reblogged a post here on WordPress because I’d rather prefer creating original posts to reposting, but for the love of a sister, I did it. And since I want to flaunt her first ever post, there you go!)

Your Girl Next Door

This would be my first-ever post, I know. Honestly, I have no idea where to start and how long this blog could take. It may be months or  days that this will be a not-so-active because even I, myself, do not believe that would live a long existence. Of course I can write, but not as impressive as anybody wanted and not as charming to read as I ever wished. But one thing I can assure you of in spite all of these dilemmas, all that will be established on this blog and shared with you are written with sympathy from  heart and passion from mind.

And suddenly you know: It’s time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings.” 
-Meister Eckhart

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