Looking for Alaska is by John Green and here is my attempted synopsis with a link to the real one as always: So a guy named miles goes to Alabama to go to boarding school and he meets this girl named Alaska........ here's the link to a synopsis
Review: Looking for Alaska was a really good book. This one is also kinda for mature readers, I would argue maybe more than Eleanor and Park (review below) but ya. Its really good and definitely deserves the Printz Award.
Hello once again! I thought I'd drop the whole summmer journal thing becuase it is obviously kinda boring.Instead I thought I would post about some of my favorite stuff this last may! This isn't gonna go in the order of things I like it's just a list. Enjoy:)
Who doesn't love Bath and Body Works Hand Sanitizers ? I was never a girl who was all clingy about holding sanitizers in her backpack like germ-x but whenever my mom bought these it was a treat! Even now, I absolutely love them so they are my favorites every month!
God save eos's. If it weren't for them my lips would be completely dead by now. Like I told you in my last post my lips were practically dead and if it weren't for the genius who invented eos's.
MARVEL! I don't know what to say about this but I am loving everything about MARVEL.That whole fandom is amazing! I might not be the biggest fanatic but I hope I get to know more. All I have to say is thank you Anika and Nina!
This liking started by reading the Pretty Little Liars books and now I am slowly loving the show. It's a bit girly but the best part is the mystery and all the secret games. My personal favorite character is Spencer.
Ever since this year started I started exploring really fun youtube channels and one of my favourites was Zoella. She's really pretty and I think her videos are fun to watch and really usefull.
Another amazing channel was The Sacconejoly channel. There family vlogs everysingle day at 6pm and I absolutely love watching their channel. I tune in right before I sleep and their kids are so adorable!
Sometimes I regret being a fangirl in the Wholock society but life is life. Ever since December 2013 I have absolutely loved watching Doctor Who and later in March I started watching Sherlock. Hopefully, i'll finish watching Supernatural this summer.
I'me gonna smash 8,9,&10 together so here's all my favorite social medias, Pinterest , Tumblr and Youtube. I know youtube isn't really social media but oh well. I am absolutely loving them. They are one of the few things where I can completely spill my whole self because I feel I can't do that with people. I'll be girly one day then a fanatic the next and then I'll turn into a complete tomboy. I guess i'm confused and social media lets me be who I want to be when I want to be. I guess I just don't feel like I have to be in synq with my friends moods.
For the last 2 years I have been searching, finding, using and losing several different kinds of chapsticks before I came across this brand. So far I've gone through two flavors or kinds, the summer fruit(orange) and the strawberry sorbet(pink). My lips used to be so dry and I could literally peel the dead skin off of my lips but after 2 days my lips had become much softer and they actually gave my lips a slightly light pink shade.Out of 5 stars I would definetly give it a 5 and I can't wait to use all the other flavors!
Synopsis: So i'm gonna try to do it on my own but i'll post a link to a real synopsis - So there's a girl named eleanor and a guy named park (no duhh) and they fall in love. Ya i can't really do this without spoiling any thing so link right here: click here for link
Review: wow this book was really good. it was super amazing just YES. but THIS IS A BOOK FOR MATURE READERS. anyway at first its kind of iffy but suspenseful and it starts to get really good. It is violent and stuff and thats why its for mature readers. As you read the book, you start to get really attached to the characters and it gets super intense near the end. anyway its really good so ya
The Fault in Our Stars is another book by John Green. It is probably the book he is most known for. Here's a summary from Barnes and Nobles' website: Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel’s story is about to be completely rewritten.
Review: I thought it was a nice book, but in my opinion it was kind of predictable. It is a sad book, especially to those who get very emotional. There is another book similar to this one called This Star Won't Go Outwhich is kind of inspired by The Fault in Our Stars. I don't really know how to explain it but ya.