I was lucky enough to read Wrong in All the Right Ways by Tiffany Brownlee. Tiffany reached out to me around March thru email if I'll be interested to review her book.
"Sometimes she convinced herself that her labels didn't matter. They were just words. They didn't change who she was."
“Every problem has a solution. But after every solution, there’s a new problem to tackle, some new challenge to take on. You don’t stop after you solve one thing. You keep going, you find a new way and a new path, try to do better and create better. Tearing something down isn’t the end; doing something great, or better, something right, is. Or maybe there isn’t such a thing as an end goal at all. You accomplish something, and then you shift, ready to accomplish next. You keep solving one problem after another until you change the world.”
Reign of Mist is well-written, refreshing and ignites my imagination. I really couldn’t put this down because of well-executed characters and page-turning story.
To Be Honest is about self-worth, self-love and body positivity.
Advocacy for 2018: Fostering a culture of reading in the Philippines is created by Shealea of That Bookshelf Bitch. Essentially, Augvocacy aspires to bring together like-minded people in actively forwarding a particular advocacy. Held annually on the month of August, this project aims to forward a different, yet nonetheless important, agenda each year. This event is participated by Filipino readers, bloggers, and authors, and uses the hashtag #Augvocacy2018
Holly Bourne did not disappoint on writing and executing someone with mental illness and includes other concepts like algorithm and Olive’s theories, that made me think that it is not even impossible to the point of asking questions like “What if we have that technology, can it save the world?” Moreover, there are striking parts such as core self-beliefs, that I would really like to try to my self and share it with my students.