These are the books that I am able to take pictures of. I know they’re a lot but can you imagine that I have A LOT MORE? Some of my books are still in boxes and my Dad kept them in the basement. I just love READING! Yes, I have read them and I think I have to re-read them all over again! 🙂
Another addiction of mine is, mangolekta ng Japanese manga (comics) or anything related to Japanese animation.
Music, music, music! As you can see, nilagay ko lang ganyan cd’s k’se I am kinda tired now after all the heavy lifting (blame it on my books!) I did earlier. I also like listening to any kind of music even though I can’t understand what they’re singin’ about.
Thanks for tagging me Rhapsody! I am tagging EVERYONE around the cyberspace to do this and have some fun! 🙂
For a person like me who likes reading Japanese manga (English translated, of course), reading newly released mangas can be overwhelming. The first time I started reading manga, it made me feel dizzy, nauseated, and confused….simply because the Japanese read backwards! It took me awhile to get used to the Japanese reading style and I am quite thankful nowadays that manga have become more popular here in the States. Although it may take awhile for the publishers to release mangas and get it licensed, there are some manga fanatics out there who are truly dedicated to bring joy to us….manga addicts and they would translate it.
So far, I’ve read quite a bunch of manga and my bedroom is now messier than before. Anyway, I particularly love reading shojo manga with lots of adventure in the story line. I think I would mention some of the mangas that I’ve read. Here goes: Love Hina, WISH by CLAMP, Fushigi Yugi by Yu Watase, Kare Kano, Fruits Basket, Black Cat, Naruto, Ouran High School Host Club, Vampire Knight, Gash Bell, Prince of Tennis, Full Moon, Ayashi No Ceres, NANA, Marmalade Boy, InuYasha, Four Leaf Clover, Tail of the Moon, Peach Girl, W Juliet, and a whole lot more!