Sunday, 25 November 2012

The end of an era...

Hi guys! I'm so sorry for the recent lack of activity on my blog, I am determined to do more posts! So last night, me and my fellow Twihard friend went to see Breaking dawn part 2. What did I think? That the film producer is obviously wanted to watch all the twilight fans squirm because it is so bad. If you've seen it you'll know exactly what I mean. I think there was actually a point in the middle of the film that I wanted to leave. What was with all their strange appearances? I'm not joking when I say, that I think as all the films have gone on Robert Pattinson has been edited to look more like Voldemort and less like the heart throb that he's supposed to be. Nine years after Stephanie Meyers initial dream that sparked Twilight, four books, five films, many tears, many laughs and many comparisons of boyfriends to Edward Cullen later, it's all over. All I can say is that it's definitely the end of an era.

Friday, 9 November 2012

Read it!

Hey everyone! I just wanted to tell you all about a book that I read in the summer. I've been meaning to post about it for ages, but remembering things is not my strong point! Anyway, after I read The Hunger Games, I started looking around for more futuristic kind of books. During my scout, a friend recommended a book called Divergent to me (by Veronica Roth). I'm not going to lie, I was pretty sceptical. Mainly because I hadn't heard of it before and I had never heard of Veronica Roth. To this day, I still struggle to find Divergent in book stores and libraries. But I decided to give it a go, and ordered Divergent and the following book Insurgent, from Amazon. I don't want to give too much of the story away, but I will give you a rough outline of the plot. Beatrice Prior lives in Chicago, which is divided into five factions, which all value different things. (for example bravery and selflessness). When she becomes sixteen she has the chance to choose which faction she wants to spend the rest of her life in.

I read one page and from that moment on, I was hooked. Literally. I read both books in a week and completely loved them. This sounds so cliche but, I laughed and cried. To be honest, if you thought there was a lot going on in The Hunger Games, your wrong. The majority of the books is Katniss moaning, in these books you are turning ten pages a minute. All I can say is, read them! I guarantee you will love them.

Thursday, 1 November 2012


Hey everyone! It's half term for me at the moment, which is so good. I think everyone needed a break. It was Halloween yesterday! Yay! Usually I'm not really big on the whole Halloween thing. But, not going to lie, I never say no to a chance to dress up! This year I decided to go as a cat, which I will admit is the same as the last two years. Me and my friends went trick or treating. Ironically i only  started doing this, when I was probably too old. But then again, are we ever really too old, to knock on peoples doors and ask for sweets? What are you doing for Halloween?