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Apr 5, 2009


When I read the post of Blue Rose about her wish list of Books, I started to be curious. It's been more than 6 months I bought one and until now I am not yet finish reading it. I even forgot when I the last time I touch the "5 people you meet in heaven" book. Oh no, I am thinking where I put the said book.... I am still busy at the moment that I don't have time to fix my things.

Speaking of curiosity, my attention was focused to the book of Sophie Kinsella, Can you keep a secret? I was interested to have that book so I checked the nearby National Book Store. And I just discovered that Sophie Kinsella is the author of Confessions of a Shopaholic which was turned a movie of the same title. I ashamed of myself now. Blame it to the Kapamilya. Ha-ha. Back then, Sophie Kinsella is a former financial journalist and the author of the best-selling novels, the Shopaholic series, the Undomesticated Goddess and Remember me? which is the latest. She lives in England, where she is at work on her next book, Sophie meets KJ. Just kidding.

In short, I grabbed a copy of her book "Can you keep a secret?" without thinking about the Confessions of a shopaholic. Reading it made me feel the same thing, thinking a certain person. I have a feeling Sophie Kinsella is a distant kin of Kris Jasper. And they gonna meet in London and the book she is working at the moment is entitled Sophie meets KJ. I am saying this because they have the same thing in common when it comes in writing skills.

Back then, it's like I am not that super busy. I read the first chapter right away. So join me:

Of course I have secrets. Of course I do. Everyone has a few secrets. It's completely normal.

Up next are a few ramdon secrets of mine.


PUSANG-gala said...

does it mean that Sophie and Kris Jasper also have the same humor?

--- kala ko naman me sekreto kang ibubunyag dito sa blog mo--keke

Mari said...

I have never read any of Kinsella's books. I'm more into mysteries, crime, drama, that sort of novel. I love to read Dominic Dunne, John Grisham, and Sue Grafton books Spy novels are kinda boring for me; they lull me to sleep. LOL

Gosh, secrets are so hard to keep, but I do keep a lot of them. My friends confide in me, and I keep them. So, tell me your secret and I'll keep it locked in my blog. Just kidding.

Have a great day, Red.



Im different! She's human and Im not!

Blue Rose said...

and that book pala ay para sa akin. red, maraming-maraming salamat. sobrang nasurprised talaga ako today. ang saya-saya ko. sobra!