Tag Archives: favorite

King is the king!

When people usually ask for a favorite, most of us can’t seem to give just one answer. It’s hard to pick a favorite when there are so many choices. I know I find it hard to pick just one movie as my favorite. But, if you ask me for my favorite author, I will give you one answer without batting an eyelash. Stephen “The King of Horror” King.

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Harry Potter Boxed Set (UK Adult Version)

*happy dance*

*Must construct bookcase with locks and hire someone with the sole purpose to dust books daily* LOL

Happy Holidays!☃

Quirky Linkage 1

I spend most of my day online since my work is internet-based but when I want to take a break or I’m simply bored, I do a lot of surfing. I have these go-to websites that keep me entertained, up to date and even make me literally laugh out loud. I thought I might share them with you since they have helped me to keep my sanity ;). Continue reading

The Art of Racing in the Rain

These days, I find it hard to discover a book that makes me want to stay up late into the night because I can’t make myself put it down. Enter The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein.

This book is a simple yet poignant story of a master and his dog, told through the eyes & thoughts of a dog.

This is a great book especially if you’re a dog lover like I am. It made me shed a tear or two but it left me with a better sense of loving my dog. It now joins my Top 10 favorite novels 🙂

Fifteen Books

I got this off Facebook but I like my list so I’m just reposting here 🙂


The rules: Don’t take too long to think about it. Fifteen books you’ve read that will always stick with you. List the first fifteen you can recall in no more than fifteen minutes. Tag fifteen friends, including me, because I’m interested in seeing what books my friends choose. (To do this, go to your Notes tab on your profile page, paste rules in a new note, cast your 15 picks, and tag people in the note.)

Suyen’s List:

1. Tales of the City (Series) – Armistead Maupin

2.  The Talisman – Stephen King

3. Rita Hayworth & The Shawshank Redemption (more of a novella) – Stephen King

4. Memoirs of A Geisha – Arthur Golden

5. Pillars of the Earth – Ken Follett

6. Kitchen – Banana Yoshimoto

7. Marabou Stork Nightmares – Irvine Welsh

8. Marrying Buddha – Wei Hui

9. Geek Love – Katherine Dunn

10. Veronika Decides To Die – Paulo Coelho

11. The Art of Racing in the Rain – Garth Stein

12. Different Seasons – Stephen King

13. Cujo – Stephen King

14. Scar Tissue – Anthony Keidis

15. The Exorcist – William Peter Blatty

Geek Alert 1

This made me pee a little: Voltron Movie Concept Arts

Voltron Movie Concept Art 1

Voltron Movie Concept Art 2

You can read more about it here.

When I was little, my brothers and I never missed an episode. We loved it so much we were able to persuade our parents to get us the giant action figure that you could actually assemble. I was lucky that the team had Princess Allura because, otherwise, my brothers would have left me out of it. Yay for “equality” in old cartoons (Equality = 1 of the characters must be a girl. LOL)!