Top 5 Wednesday: Authors You’d Want To Write Like | 29th November ’18

Hi everyone~ I have been such an inconsistent poster when it comes to Top 5 Wednesday. Hopefully, this coming month will be different.

Top 5 Wednesday is a discussion group started by GingerreadsLainey, and now moderated by Sam (thoughtsontomes). This week’s topic is ‘Authors You’d Want to Write Like’. If I’ve been asked this question years ago, I would probably have a lot to list out. But now, hopefully, I can think of five.

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My Dream Author Panel


Hey guys! Close your eyes and imagine, you’re attending a conference with a panel consisting of your favourite authors or even your favourite fictional characters. Last week, Eventbrite inspired me to do just that with a project they’re working on. And because we never get to have foreign authors coming to Malaysia for events (well, Sarah J Maas did came last year I think), I went crazy with this.

For those who may or may not know, Eventbrite is the largest self-service ticketing platform in the world that helps people find and plan events. Interested in hosting your own conference? Check out Eventbrite’s Conference Planning Page for useful and free tools. Continue reading “My Dream Author Panel”

30 Days Blog Challenge: Master of Procrastination (Day 7)


Little kids, children, teenagers, adults… Everyone procrastinates. You’re lying if you tell me that you don’t procrastinate. Today, I’m not going to tell you why people procrastinate, why it happen. Instead, I am going to tell you what I do when I procrastinate (as a self-proclaimed Master of Procrastination).

You see, I write fanfictions, and my own original novel, and I blog, and make song covers (well, used to. Not so much anymore right now). And I have chores to do at home. But I found that I’m always procrastinating. Especially on weekends, and especially when my mum is not in the country (because my mum will bite my head off if I don’t finish washing the dishes, and my dad won’t care as long as there’s still mugs and plates and stuff he could use).

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