Kayce is a writer who’s been asking herself if she would ever finish writing her novels.
In between imagining her characters converse in a dreamy coffee shop and typing endlessly on her notebook, she always searches for lovely things. It can be a tiny pink macaron or something extraordinary like meeting other creative people in an unexpected way.
Why “One Thousand Shelves”?
Kayce is an ever-curious and interested cat. Haha!
Last year, she just started self-studying Nihongo and calligraphy. This year, she might do something crazier. She always tries to be appreciative while being hard to impress. She thinks that such characteristic makes one have a broader perspective of everything. Or maybe, it’s just her creative side kicking.
“One thousand shelves“ symbolizes her never-ending list of THINGS TO DO, THINGS TO TRY, THINGS TO DISCOVER and so on. At the same time, it refers to all the novels she’s trying to finish writing (so far, she has 7 pending books) and her wish for her upcoming books to find a home in other peoples’ bookshelves. Read more about why she named this blog “One Thousand Shelves” here.