The Vampire Academy Movie

What you don’t want an adaptation of an incredibly popular series to do is stop the people liking the series altogether. Sadly, this is what The Vampire Academy movie did for me.   Vampire Academy is a best-selling series of six young adult novels by Richelle Mead. It tells the story of Rose Hathaway, a seventeen-year-old Dhampir girl (Human-Vampire … Continue reading The Vampire Academy Movie


Education and Mental Illness

I love learning. I read as much as possible and can crush a general knowledge quiz. I am very thankful that I was provided with free education up to a certain point. However, the education system is not the best place for most people with mental illnesses. Schools can be places of extreme stress and … Continue reading Education and Mental Illness

Why We Marched!

This is not my usual mental health Monday post but this is important and I felt I needed to write about this. On the 21st January 2017, I attended the women’s march in London, one of 673 marches Global, and I want to write about my experience and feelings towards this event. It was amazing. … Continue reading Why We Marched!


I am not ashamed of my period! The menstrual cycle is one of the most openly shamed bodily functions. Grown men flinch at the sight of tampons, my own mother calls sanitary towels “private things” and women feel necessary to hide “feminine hygiene products” up their sleeves. (don’t pretend we haven’t all done this)   … Continue reading Periods

Book Adaptations

It’s obvious that in the last decade or so book to screen adaptations have become a very lucrative business in Hollywood. From Young Adult Fiction to Erotica the film and TV industry has obviously realised that taking an already successful story and putting it on the screen brings in the big bucks. As an avid … Continue reading Book Adaptations