“A friend is someone who knows where all your bodies are buried. Because they're the ones who helped you put them there." And sometimes, if you're really lucky, they help you dig them back up.” ― Jenny Lawson, Let's Pretend This Never Happened: A Mostly True Memoir 4/5 A return to Jenny Lawson as … Continue reading Let’s Pretend This Never Happened By Jenny Lawson
This weekend comic con will be taking place in London at the excel centre and for me that means Saturday (tomorrow) I shall go to a crowded place with my best friend in a costume/cosplay I worked on for months but still feel is a piece of shit and spend more then a hundred quid … Continue reading Cosplay.
3/5 On my search for the perfect traumatising horror book I decided to go for a more classical horror. A trend I have noticed between modern and classical horror, in many mediums, is that classical horror is much more subtle and more psychological. The Haunting of Hill House has a continuous feeling of … Continue reading The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson
I don’t think of myself as being good with relationships. My family relationship is both good and bad whilst my friendly relationships either dwindle or are the best people in my life, who I depend on for validation. Romantic relationships are another chaos altogether. I have had one sort of relationship in my nineteen years … Continue reading Relationships.
2/5 I love all things creepy and macabre. I haven't read many horror but I am aware of the amazing horror books that I will begin to explore more. This is not one of the horror books I expect to love. The plot was predictable, the setting cliche and huge chunks of the plot was … Continue reading Asylum by Madeline Roux
I'm lucky enough to live in a country which provides free health care. I don't take this fact lightly especially not with the recent protests with in the junioir doctors. The NHS is possible because of all the hard working doctors and nurses who in my option are not treated as they should be. The … Continue reading Getting Help.
5/5 This year I wanted to read the classics of literature and this is definitely a classic. Animal Farm is a great commentary on communism and its problems but also relevant to many other subjects without even trying. The Characters although all animal are relatable and easy to empathise with. The world building … Continue reading Animal Farm By George Orwell
In September I will be partaking in the Pretty Muddy event for Race for Life. I have lost my Grandmother, Grandfather and Dad to Cancer. I have seen young people suffer through the treatments for cancer and I want it GONE. So for everyone who’s suffered and is suffering please donate what you … Continue reading Fuck Cancer!
“Money makes the world go round.” John Kander, Fred Ebb Line from song Money, Money - from musical Cabaret. I believe this quote to be true. It’s sad at times but in the present money controls every part of our lives. Education, health, prospects, power etc is all controlled by the amount of money you … Continue reading Money, The Great Anxiety Maker.
I hate this question. Today I am sad and have on four occasions almost bursts in to tears and I have no reason for it. It’s hard explaining to those who don’t suffer with mental illness the absolute irritation that comes with just feeling sad. I hate these days. I think mostly because I … Continue reading Why are you sad?