After thinking of finishing the Iron Man 3 book before watching the film, I am somehow fascinated to print Iron Man 3 banner and give a copy to my nephews. Of course, I want a quality printing like vinyl banners printing to do the banners coz I am sure to last for years.
Vinyl banners printing, if I am not mistaken, is not yet available in the nearby locality, so I need to look for some printing companies online yet.
Hopefully, I can manage to print them before I go home this summer so I can make them pressie to my nephews.
The Iron Man 3 movie is now up at every cinemas around the world, I presume. However, some of my bookworm friends recommended to read the book first before the watching the movie. Obviously, I am torn between reading the book and watching the movie.
Iron Man 3 by Marvel Press Group (image from kobobooks.com)
What do you think should I do now? To read the book first or immediately watch the movie instead? If talking about the price of the book, it costs 235 PhP at the National Bookstore while watching it on iMax, it is more or less 500 PhP.
So, can you please give me a piece of advice? I need some.
While having our break in school, a classmate of mine who used to be a bookworm, introduced his newly almost-done reading book entitled Collide by Gail McHugh. At first, I wasn’t really interested on the said book because first, I am not fond of reading books unless required books in school and secondly, with the title itself, it is sounding somehow just nothing for me. It has no impact on my imagination by just merely reading the title of the book. Lastly, since I am not fond of reading novels, I am not familiar with the author of the book.
Collide by Gail McHugh
While discussing with my classmate about the plot of the book, another classmate (girl) passed by who happen to be a bookworm and joined our conversation. After not more than 30 minutes of conversing about the said book, she was finally convinced to purchase one online but I never was.
The day after that, she was already done reading the book and even gave me soft copy of the book she had. Though I haven’t done reading it yet, I am now getting curious on how the story flows smoothly on this book because my two classmates really pushed me in reading the book. So now, instead of buying leather wallet for myself, should I look for Collide by Gail McHugh first? LOL! This is because I am not used to read ebooks, I prefer to read the hard copies of the book. Hmf! But I should think more than twice about it, of course.
Here’s another book signing event for every book readers of Peter Lerangis book this coming May 4, 2013 at the National Book Store in Glorietta 1 at 4:00 PM.
For this book signing event, any bookworm just needs a copy of Peter Lerangis‘ Seven Wonders, Book 1: The Colossus Rises (Hardcover) which costs P629.00 only or the Seven Wonders, Book 1: The Colossus Rises (Trade Paperback) which costs P349. The event will start at 11:00 AM.
I’m not actually a musician or a music lover but just of course, listening to music is one of my hobbies. So thinking of how guitars being strung or music being made are not my forte. But when I stumbled upon Make Your Own Electric Guitar by Melvyn Hiscock & Brian May over the internet, I somehow had gotten curious on how to make guitars produce sounds.
Make Your Own Electric Guitar by Melvyn Hiscock & Brian May (image from gr-assets.com)
I don’t have guitars nor Vox Amps to make good guitars produce sounds, but I still wanted to read the book. Unfortunately, if I could still finish reading the book, I still can’t apply it. This was what a friend advised me, it’s just like another frustration for me then.