A while ago I reached 700 followers and at the time I was like “WOW! That’s crazy.” but now as I think about it, I recognise that it hasn’t really effected me in a way where it makes me incredibly happy. Obviously, I’m pleased that so many people like my blog, and find it interesting … Continue reading 700 Followers.
Beware this makes no sense. I don't even know why I'm sharing this. I'll delete it later. So I know that a couple of days ago I posted about how I was worried about how my parents would react to my report, but now that my dad’s moved so far away, I’ve only really realised … Continue reading Things ive been writing all year and not posting.
We’re getting test results back, and despite getting 97% on a History exam, they gave me a Grade 6, which is equivalent to a B in old grades. This is because my target is a 6, and therefore, I have to prove not once, but 3 more times that I am capable of achieving a … Continue reading Results.
Gahhh, Milk and Honey was fantastic! milk and honey is a collection of poetry and prose about survival. It is about the experience of violence, abuse, love, loss, and femininity. It is split into four chapters, and each chapter serves a different purpose, deals with a different pain, heals a different heartache. milk and honey … Continue reading Milk and Honey Review.
Hello everyone. As you can see, I’m still catching up on tags. MYSTERY BLOGGER AWARD! The lovely IceBreaker694 nominated me for The Mystery Blogger Award absolutely ages ago (sorry it took so long for me to get round to it!) Thank you so much! THE RULES: 1. Put the award logo/image on your blog. 2. List the … Continue reading The Mystery Blogger Award // Rapid Fire Book Tag.
Hello, happy Sunday! And. . . Happy March, everyone! Shit, this year is going so quickly. Before we know it, it’ll be the end of the school year, and the holidays will be over in a blink. My TBR for March: Milk and Honey. The One Memory of Flora Banks. Replica (still—yes, I know, it’s … Continue reading March: TBR & Aspirations