Showing posts from March, 2015


This blog was supposed to be centred around reviews; however recent events have lead me into such a state of anger that I feel the need to express my opinion. As practically all of you know, the internet has recently been flooded with the latest pop news of Zayn Malik leaving the (in my opinion, dreadful) boy band, One Direction. Obviously the (largely) teenage community fled to twitter to "mourn", and before long, "cut4zayn" was trending.
Yes ladies and gentlemen, this is the society we live in. A society were mental illness and serious issues are mocked, assumably due to their lack of understanding.
Not only were many people forced to stare at triggering and disturbing images, but others then continued to mock the concept of self harm.
But just think, would the same happen to a physical illness. Would people walk around saying "that is so cancerous" as opposed to "that is so depressing". Of course they wouldn't, because it's sick!
To make …

Pokemon Adventures

As a kid, I only followed one religion: Pokemon. Whether it be watching the program or playing the game on my Gameboy Colour, it was always a large proportion of my day, until I went to junior school and my priorities changed, causing me to be fixated on the concept of superficial popularity, as opposed to Ash and Pikachu.
It wasn't until recently that I regained my interest in Pokemon, and started reading the first Pokemon Adventure manga. Admittedly, I did start this as a way to break up my somewhat torturous reading of 50 Shades (a review which will come later (no pun intended)), but I have to say, it was enjoyable.
Obviously, it's backwards layout threw me at first, but after a couple of pages, it felt natural and I no longer had to focus on reading, but instead the images.
Of course, all manga drawings are amazing, and the speech is realistic for the characters and direct in comparison to the story line. Enough information of the plot was given via the speech, and it wasn…

The Awkward Introduction

Hey Guys,
How's it going?
I feel as though before I can begin to review anything on this blog, which I do fully intend to do, I should probably introduce myself to you nosey lot first.
My name is Heather, I'm 18 and, to be honest, I am probably one of the most insecure yet egotistical people you will ever come across.
I have amazing taste in music, and that's about all the information I can think of about myself when it's 10:40pm.
Until next time,