Dawn. Well, it wasn’t even dawn when I was walking from City Hall MRT towards the Arts House. It was about 6.40am that I arrived there and the guards were all resting and sitting in the darkness in the front of the doors.
I had a little book light with me as I walked in the dimness (as opposed to darkness because there was still lights about) but meh, that would be silly.
Continue reading The Price of Fandom [Singapore Writers Festival]
I watched the Time Traveler’s Wife before I read the book. I’m still number 48 in the reservation list at the library with 22 books in circulation. It would take a long while for me to get it.
So anywho, I watched the movie first and I sobbed.
THE WHOLE THEATRE SOBBEEEEEEEEEEEED.
It was good.
This review will be more on the movie since I don’t have the book yet.
Continue reading The Time Traveler’s Wife – the movie
The Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibition 2009 was held at the Arts House. I visited it just one week before the run of it ended in Singapore.
Continue reading Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibition 2009
It’s been quiet. I’ve actually got a bunch of posts. Such as the NERF 2009 Tournament, The Time Traveler’s Wife movie, The Dead Sea Scrolls exhibition and much more (big fat hint, check the Singapore Writers Festival website to see who are coming down).
Okay, I’ll just do the fastest post without videos included first.
THAT! See that? That’s the cover of one of the two books at our Nanowrimo Kick Off party/book launch on the 31st October. The details?
Location: Earshot Cafe, The Arts House
Date and time: 31st October, 2pm-4pm
Dress code: Under Cover
Items to bring: Tupperware (if you wanna bring home cake)
Continue reading Singapore Writers Festival and Other Stuff
I am number 48 in line with 22 books in circulation for The Time Traveler’s Wife.
Guess I’m not the only one who wanted to read the book before watching the movie.