Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Monday, November 24, 2008
Sunday, November 23, 2008
Also Meg Cabot is giving out a free set of the Princess Diaries Book HERE! Or if that site doesn't work, go to Meg Cabot's site and look at Saturday, November 22
Book: The Wedding Planner's Daughter By: Coleen Mrutagh Paratore ( I kno its a really easy book, but I was overly obsessed with it when I was like eleven)
Author (New Feature!): Meg Cabot, no duh, her names on the Title and I heart her wittiness and how true her characters are.
Movie: Harry Potter 1 (They were so cute!)
Song: All American Girl By: Carrie Underwood, it gives you this happy vibe!
Television Show: Keroro Gunso, a japanese animee about space frogs that "invade" the world, actually they are too lazy to, its v funny. (First Part)
Quote:"When in trouble or in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout." ~Little Brother By: Cory Doctrow
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Friday, November 21, 2008
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Monday, November 17, 2008
Title: Generation Dead
Author: Daniel Waters
Amount of Pages: 392
Reccomended for ages: 13 and up
Summary: Phoebe Kendell has never really fit into school, with her goth wardrobe and pale pale skin. Now, with a new phenome Pheobe can fit in just a little more, with teenagers crawling out from their graves, they have now become Zombies, um excuse me, diffrently biotic. They have Oakville High, Phoebe's school. But her classmates don't like them very much, especially Pete, the most popular football player in school, who is especially put off when Tommy Williams, the leader of the differently biotic students, plays on their football team. Let's just say the whole country isn't that happy too. Who a growing sense of attraction to Tommy, Phoebe will do anything to know more about Tommy and be closer to him.
Wdebo's Review: When I saw the cover, I was like "What?" Because there is a blonde-goth-cheerleader, that is just so oxymoronic. So, after reading this book I still don't know who this blonde-goth-cheerleader is because Phoebe is NOT a cheerleader and she does NOT have blonde hair!! But, it was a really good book, Daniel Waters did a good job of forming Phoebe even though she is a girl and he is a guy, but I think Phoebe and all all the other girls are just a tad girly. I liked the whole story, and idea, though lately a lot of people have been writing about the same type of topic, but its ok, I like this story. Though the ending is not my most favorite part, it went by really fast and in the end it just turned into a cliffhanger, which I do not like, especially if there is not a second and third book to it. Though all in all it is REALLY good and I would reccomend it to all of my friends. 9/10!
Do you like all these new books about this subject? For those who have read the story: Who is the girl on the cover??!! Is it that Julie girl?
Sunday, November 16, 2008
Book: Paper Towns By: John Green
Movie: The Icreadibles
Song: Ocean Avenue By: Yellowcard
Television Show: Love or Bread-A Taiwanese Drama that just came out today! Stars Joe Cheng and Ariel Lin, both from ISWAK (First episode here-well one small part)
Quote: "What is with Greenpeace anyway? Who wants to live in harmony with nature? I lived in harmony with nature and it gave me a rash!" ~Hana Kimi Vol. 6
Do you guys want summaries for things I haven't reviewed?
Saturday, November 15, 2008
Title: The Off Season
Author: Catherine Gilberbet Murdock
Amount of Pages: 277
Reccomended for ages: 12 and up
Extra Info: Sequal to Dairy Queen and the prequal to Front and Center.
Summary: Yes! D.J. Schwenk is back for junior year, but this time she has to fight alone, with everyone noticing her for the first time, becuase she is the star football player on their team, and her best friend, Amber leaving with her girlfriend, Dale. Though there is still Brian, who she hopes they can have a relationship that is more then friendship. With her little brother running around with Sarah, his chess playing girlfriend, D.J. is having an up the wall year, trying to set everything straight.
Wdebo's Review: I read Dairy Queen when I was in like seventh or eighth grade so, during those 3 years, I have totally forgotten the whole plot of Dairy Queen, but I knew I loved it but had no reason why. (I woke up at 4AM just to finish it). But once I read the first chapter, I remembered why. D.J. is such a funny, down to earth character who is just to believable and REAL, the story is REAL too, I mean she could be my next door neighbor, if I lived on a farm that is. Catherine Murdock is such a good author, her voice is just amazing in this book, though I do have to say it is not as good as Dairy Queen, which I think everyone should read. 7.5/10!
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
1. Put your iTunes, Windows Media Player, Minamp, etc on shuffle.
2. For each question, press the next button to get your answer.
3. YOU MUST WRITE THAT SONG NAME DOWN NO MATTER HOW SILLY IT SOUNDS.
4. Put the artist after a dash following the song name.
5. Put any comments in brackets.
6. Tag some lucky people to spread the disease.
How would you describe yourself?
99次我愛他 (99 times I loved him)- Yuan Ruo Lan (OK, this makes like NO sense b/c I've never had a BF b4, so yeah)
How do you feel today?
就微笑了(Just Smile!)- Nicholas Teo (Hm, Vetren's Day="no school" hm makes sense :) )
What is your life's purpose?
My happy Ending-Avril Lavigne (Ok, so is this some kind of scary psycic thingy, some I'm waiting for my death and am going to b happy about it???!!! FREAKY!)
What is your motto?
Under the Weather-KT Tunstall (Yeah! I am going to b forever sad! woot woot! :P)
What do you think about very often?
I will Always Love you- Charice Pempengco (Back to the first song, yeah, I don't have a BF that I can love for always, or even just 99 times... :( Is this tagging suppose to make me feel so SAD?)
What is your life story?
怎麼辦 (What to do?)- S.H.E. (Yes, the universal question, "what shall I do?")
What do you want to be when you grow up?
Superstar-Sonic Youth (Yea, I admit it as a kid I did have aspirations of ruling the world as a superstar, but now that I've grown up and figured out what a nerd I am and how shy I am, I can't say that I really wanna b that)
What will you dance to at your wedding?
Teru Teru Momiji-Momiji Shoma (Seeing as this is one of the many cute songs from Momiji Shoma in Fruits Basket and is like less then 1 min, I'm pretty sure I won't dance to it)
What will they play at your funeral?
False Alarm-KT Tunstell (I haven't heard this song b4, so I have no idea what kind of mood my funeral will b)
What is your hobby/interest?
惡作劇(Practical Joke)-Ariel Lin (srry I'm too nice to do any practical jokes)
If you could do anything right now, what would it be?
BluetoothCyborg-Rhett & Link (Yeah, cuz I so want our world to b taken over by Blue tooths, and I wanna help *sarcasm* But I heart their vid, check out HERE)
What do you want most of all?
(It's) Hairspray-James Marsden, from Hairspray the movie, though I love the broadway more. (Hairspray, hmm, that might not work, cuz i dont like putting chemicals in my hair, apart from my highlights, of corse!)
What is your greatest fear?
The Show-Lenka (Um, I don't get that, what show are they talking about, there are a couple of shows that scare me, i guess)
What is your darkest secret?
One, Two, Three, GO!-Belanova (Ummmm, no)
What is your favorite thing in the world?
Cooties-Aimee Allen (Um, thats just gross, but I do heart this song)
If you could have one wish, what would you wish for?
Let's Dance-Miley Cyrus (no, I don't dance, srry!)
What is your theme song?
Vampire-Antsy Pants (Yes, if you didn't know im a *secret* vampire :K fear me!)
The next time you hear this song (aside from now, that is), you must dance
When there was me and you-Vannessa Ann Hudgens (Like I told that Mily Cyrus song, and now to this...I don't dance)
What will you post this as?
Ladies' Choice-Zac Effron (Ah, I'm srry for the embarassing title, don't blame me, blame the iTunes!)
I tag anyone who hasn't done this!
Sunday, November 9, 2008
Friday, November 7, 2008
P.S. So, I finally figured out to post my Youtube vids onto my posts, so check my other posts, many of which i am thinking of adding vids to...in the next few hours!
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Sunday, November 2, 2008
Saturday, November 1, 2008
Author: Robin Wasserman
Amount of Pages: 361
Difficulty: Easy, one of those tiny books
Reccomended for: Ages 14 and up