Anonymous asked: I love your bucket list! Do you mind if I borrow some? Any ideas on how to make a good list?
Hi! Thank you! No, go right ahead. My bucket list is a mix of other people’s and my own. To make a good list, in my opinion, you can try being specific about the things you want to do. Like, if you want to visit a palace—Buckingham. Go to an archaeological dig—do it in Egypt. Explore a shipwreck—why not the Titanic? You get the point. I like reading lists like that. Also, the more extreme, the better.
iyagzm asked: Hi! Can I ask how do you post-process your pictures? Thanks! :D
Anonymous asked: Hi. I’m sorry for disturbing but, hey, I’m new to goodreads so do I need to buy the books I fancy reading? I don’t understand its concept. How do I get the books I want to read? Is it by simply buying them from stores? They are expensive. How did you get yours?
Hi, it’s no problem. You don’t need to buy anything. The sole purpose of Goodreads is to keep track what you want to read, have read, or are currently reading. It’s like Twitter in books: you update people on what book you’re on and the kind of stuff you read. You get the books you want by buying them from stores or online (Goodreads also provides links to online stores like Amazon and B&N). Brand-new books are of definitely expensive. I buy most of mine from secondhand books and thrift stores. I can get a handful under $5, usually.