I am what I call myself: a traveller. I've travelled through the strands of time and space. I've gone to Hogwarts, Narnia, Panem, Danu Talis, Egypt, Prussia, France, London, Montmaray, New Mouse City, Scots, Yggdrasil, magical realms, and a lot of other places. All because of a thing called: BOOK.


Inspired by my breathtaking adventures, I became what I call myself: a creator. It's a difficult job at times, but it's always worth it. I created my version of supernaturals, werewolves, vampires, spoiled brats, inhumans, and a lot more. I made my version of their story through something called: WRITING.




These two things have become a huge part of my life. 




A punctuation mark that represents the word: INFINITY. 


Once a sentence ends with ellipses, it means it's your turn to TRAVEL, to journey, to CREATE, to write.


This is my story...


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The FitzOsbornes at War - Michelle Cooper I love this book.

The FitzOsbornes in Exile

The FitzOsbornes in Exile  - Michelle Cooper

"What matters is not what one feels but how one acts as a result of feelings."

-HRH Princess Sophia FitzOsborne of Montmaray, p. 289


A proof that women can change the world. A proof that we, women, are not low, that we can also speak up for the sake of justice, peace, and love. 

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The Last Olympian  - Rick Riordan One of the best books I've read! Laugh-out-loud through the adventurous excitement!

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Vanish: A Firelight Novel - Sophie Jordan Cliffhanger!

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The Battle of the Labyrinth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 4) - Rick Riordan

I can't believe that this is the second to the last installment. I would just like to say that there would be a TON of twists and turns (it's a labyrinth!) in this book. Anyway, here it goes:


Paul Blowfish (haha.)
+ Rachel Elizabeth Dare
+ Grover's problem
+ Quintus
+ hellhound
+ Annabeth's quest
+ unfinished prophecy
+ Labyrinth
+ Hera
+ Labyrinth 
+ Alcatraz
+ St. Helens
+ Calypso
+ golden statue of Rachel Elizabeth Dare
+ she can see through the Mist
+ Daedalus' workshop
+ welcome back Kronos!, er Luke
+ last line of the prophecy

Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Titan's Curse

The Titan's Curse  - Rick Riordan

So here's a summary that will summarize this awesome book:


Embarrasing drive with Sally Jackson
+ Bianca and Nico di Angelo 
+ Missing Annabeth
+ Lady Artemis
+ Zoe Nightshade
+ a little game of Capture the Flag
+ a cute disagreement between Percy and Thalia (I love how they argue.)
+ Quest of 5
+ Rachel Elizabeth Dare
+ Mount Tam
+ Atlas
+ where the earth and the sky meet
+ bye bye Luke and Zoe and Thalia and Nico


I bet you don't understand half of the summary. :P Read to find out!

The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Book 2)

The Sea of Monsters  - Rick Riordan Really amazing. Something worth reading.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters

The Sea of Monsters  - Rick Riordan

Since I've watched the movie of the first book, the Lightning Theif a ton of times (and fell in love with it), I decided to move on to the next one.


It's starts with Percy's last day of the school year...for an easy summary:


Tons (literally tons that you'll forget the names and what it looks like) of monsters appear here and there.

+ Grover in trouble

+ Camp Half Blood in trouble
+ Thalia's tree (which is a new thing for me since it's not in the movie, at all) in trouble

+ Percy has a brother 

+ Chiron says bye bye

+ Luke returns w/ pieces of Kronos (not in the movie too, it's Hades in the movie)

+ Bermuda Triangle

+ Brace Yourself (you'll get it once you read it)

+ a twisted, unexpected ending




I would just like to say that, it would be more of a thriller if the summary (in the book) and the chapter titles aren't too revealing. 

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The Magician  - Michael Scott Can't wait for the next!

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Number the Stars - Lois Lowry It taught me the true meaning of bravery.


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