What’s on My Reading List

Good day, world. The Nerdy Snickerdoodle is back with a total blast, on her stupendously short vacation. First up, excellent news. I graduated quite successfully from school and am now enrolled into one of the loveliest private universities in the state, mostly because I didn't get into my dream college, so there's that. Anyway, since... Continue Reading →

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The Science Effect

Good day, dear reader. I'm The Nerdy Snickerdoodle. A pleasure to make your acquaintance. If you've been ambiguously following my musings and posts up until this fated instant, you would have garnered that I'm a student. And being a student has to come first because learning new things everyday is a refreshing, albeit boring experience.... Continue Reading →

On Friends and Light #NerdTales

Good evening, readers. I profusely apologize for not having posted this long, but would you, if you had examinations three days a week covering the entire syllabus and as a ┬ánerd, were expected to obtain distinctive grades in them? Perhaps you would, but I'm not that kind of person. I'm sorry. This lovely tale is... Continue Reading →

Ramble: Examinations

Hey, guys! This is a new kind of post that I'd like to call a Ramble. And true to its name, there will be a lot of rambling, so keep up if you can! I'm at the business end of my half-yearly examinations right now; it's just Math left. For those of you who are... Continue Reading →

Me Against the World Today

Okay, a double update here, which is pretty darn unusual for me since I generally never make my online presence felt. So kaboom to you. If some of you who are more perceptive have probably realized, the post title is actually the name of a song. It's one that has just recently become my anthem... Continue Reading →

The Book of Tomorrow: Cecelia Ahern

Good evening, readers! I'm currently in the midst of my half-yearly examinations and I'd say they're going pretty smoothly, unless that's just the optimist in me talking. So today I shall review 'The Book of Tomorrow' by Cecelia Ahern, as you can see in the post title, unless you can't, in which case, I'm very... Continue Reading →

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