In opinions intact, personal
...well, for this post's context, doesn't relate to me, to be exact.
Well fellows, I'm back! #... K. R. Primawestri reporting for duty to actually start running this blog properly (for the nth time). It is quite an occurrence that I'm posting again in ABIAG in this fasting, Ramadhan month (which is literally went fast since it's already the pass 10th day of fasting...). I hope everyone who is running the holy-obligation of fasting can do the best deed possible in this month of blessing. Amen.
I have been juggling with my undergraduate thesis, mundane housekeeping (that I don't do really well nor actually enough for a reason to my blogging-absence). I haven't read much these days, since I don't remember the last time I finished reading (not yet writing it - which is still my secret dream I don't really show struggle to it actually which is secretly disappoint myself), and also because the fact that sometimes I have to read research article or gets distracted with Youtube.
Actually at first I was thinking of posting a book meme like Scene of Three or Wishful Wednesday but this date is not the time to post. On the other hand I have been absent in reading my usual reads of fiction a bit too long to pick a scene that is worthy of a blog post to ramble about.
Two books (not a bad count actually eh?) that I recall has been finished reading are Paula Hawkin's The Girl on The Train and Paulo Coelho's Adultery. I finished reading those two books for quite long time that I doesn't have enough 'feel' or 'recollections' to write full review about. To be honest though I don't consider those two books to be said as exceptional reading experience, since for me it's quite mediocre although it may have good points. Especially for the Coelho's Adultery in which I highlighted lots of quotes from in my Moonreader+ (oh yea those two books are all electronic books).
Instead of reviewing, I thought I will do a sort-of bookish-opinion post talking about how I sometimes unable to relate to character whose I had 'interacted' with by reading a book written in first-person point of view (which is actually something you would often experience in fiction books these days). It may make some variation of content to this blog, other than this attempt of writing in English, so yeah. I also decide to start tagging this kind of posting with the tag Reading Gets Personal xD because it simply sounds cool.