More Tags

Hey guys! I decided to do another one of those tag posts.

1. Did you wake up cranky? Nope.
2. Would you date an 18-year-old at you’r current age? Nope.
3. Do you prefer to be friends with girls or boys? Guys, typically.
4. Would you ever smile at a stranger? Yes.
5. Can you commit to one person? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
6. How do you look right now? Decent? Haha.
7. What exactly are you wearing right now? A t-shirt from NOAHCon, shorts, and my glasses.
8. How often do you listen to music? It’s literally part of my life.
9. Do you wear jeans or sweats more? Jeans.
10. Do you think your life will change dramatically before 2017? Probably not.
11. Are you a social or an antisocial person? I’m “selectively social” 😛
12. If the person you like say they like someone else, what would you say? Cool.
13. Are you good at hiding your feelings? No. XD
14. Can you drive a stick shift? Nope.
15. Do you care if people talk badly about you? Yes.
16. Are you going out of town soon? As far as I know, no.
17. When was the last time you cried? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
18. Have you ever liked someone you didn’t expect to? Nope.
19. If you could change your eyecolor, would you? Nope. I like my green/blue/grey/color-changing eyes.
20. Name something you have to do tomorrow? Finally get blue highlights!

Enjoy this post and want more? Simply comment, and I may make more posts like this!


600 Pageviews!

Hey guys!

I recently (ok about a week ago, but that’s still recent) hit 600 pageviews!

This may not seem like much, but considering the fact that I was basically on hiatus from April-June, and I am only a teenager, this is an achievement nontheless.

My pageviews come from many countries, but the top 5 countries based on pageviews are-

  1. USA
  2. Brazil
  3. Australia
  4. Italy
  5. India

My next goal is 1000 pageviews by 2017. I definitely think this is possible.

In addition to hitting 600 pageviews, I hit 250 visitors, which is basically the amount of people who go to one or more pages and/or visit the website multiple times. This is almost 50%, which I think is pretty good!

Hopefully, I will have a couple more posts coming out this week and next week.


Random Questions Tag

Hey guys!

So one of the writers of the Super Awesome Actors Blog ( challenged me to answer a bunch questions that he posted and answered.

Let’s do this!

1. What are you wearing? – A greylined t-shirt with orange and blue stripes, and plain black shorts.
2. Ever been in love? – …why is this question here?
3. Ever had a terrible breakup? – Nope.
4.How tall are you? – 5 feet and 3 inches.
5. How much do you weigh? – Around a hundred pounds, I believe.
6. Any tattoos? – Nope.
7. Any piercings? – Never.
8. OTP? – None.
9. Favorite show? – Lost.
10. Favorite bands? – Panic! At The Disco, Pentatonix, and Twenty One Pilots.
11.Something I miss- Elections where Trump wasn’t winning.
12.Favorite song? – You’re kidding me, right?
13.How old are you? – I am 14. Yippee.
14.Zodiac sign? – Pieces.
15.Quality you look for in a partner? – Kindness? I’m not exactly looking to get married, considering the fact that I’m still a teenager.
16.Favorite Quote? –  I don’t have too many real quotes that I like, but “I’ll join you when hell freezes over.” -Neville Longbottom, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, “See you in anotha life brotha.” -Desmond Hume, Lost, and “This is  my destiny! don’t tell me what I can’t do!” -John Locke, Lost.
17.Favorite actor? – Daniel Craig or Matt Damon.
18.Favorite color? – Turquoise, blue, and green.
19.Loud music or soft? – Both!
20.Where do you go when you’re sad?- Nowhere in particular.
21.How long does it take you to shower? – And I would know this because…
22.How long does it take you to get ready in the morning? – I have no idea.
23.Ever been in a physical fight? – Not really. I’ve been the defendant in a few minor scuffles, but other than that no. (Unless you count sparring, then yes).
25.Turn off? – I literally just spent five minutes trying to answer this. I don’t know.
26.The reason you made the blog? – I felt like sharing my work and just running a blog.
27.Fears? – Spiders, those classic ghosts (a girl wearing white with long black hair with her head looking down at the end of a hallway) and being the last person on the planet.
28.Last thing that made you cry? – I have no idea.
29.Last time you said you loved someone? – …seriously what are these questions.
30.Meaning behind your blog name? – It’s my name.
31.Last book you read? – In The End. (I will probably review it soon!)
32.The book you’re currently reading? – The Mysterious Benedict Society.
33.Last show you watched? – Lost.
34.Last person you talked to? – My friend, who I probably shouldn’t name.
35.The relationship between you and the person you last texted? – We are good friends.
36.Favorite food?- I have no idea how to say my favorite food in English, so I’ll say pizza.
37.Place you want to visit?- Rome.
38.Last place you were? – My house 😛
39.Do you have a crush? – No comment.
40.Last time you kissed someone? – Never! Haha.
41.Last time you were insulted? – I don’t consider being called a nerd an insult anymore, so I really don’t know…
42.Favorite flavor of sweet? – No idea what this means, but I love chocolate, especially Mars Bars (but they are literally impossible to find in America).
43.What instruments do you play? – I used to play the trumpet. I can kind of play the drums, and am ok at the piano.
44.Favorite piece of jewelery?- I don’t wear jewelry.
45.Last sport you played? – Chess 😛
46.Last song you sang? – Heathens by Twenty One Pilots.
47.Favorite chat up line? -Don’t use them.
48.Have you ever used it?- See above.
49.Last time you hung out with anyone? – I had a few friends over yesterday.
50.Who should answer these questions next? – The comment section exists for a reason! And Tanner from



“In The After” by Demetria Lunetta- Book Review

Hey guys! I am back with my second book review. Today, I will be reviewing In The After by Demetria Lunetta.

Warning: This review may contain detailed plot spoilers. Reader discretion is advised.

This is a dystopia YA (young adult ((aka teen))) book set in the aftermath of an alien attack.

Here is the synopsis-

“Amy Harris’s life changed forever when They took over. Her parents—vanished. The government—obsolete. Societal structure—nonexistent. No one knows where They came from, but these vicious creatures have been rapidly devouring mankind since They appeared. With fierce survivor instincts, Amy manages to stay alive—and even rescues “Baby,” a toddler who was left behind. After years of hiding, they are miraculously rescued and taken to New Hope. On the surface, it appears to be a safe haven for survivors. But there are dark and twisted secrets lurking beneath that could have Amy and Baby paying with not only their freedom . . . but also their lives.”

This book, on the surface, is basically a regular teen dystopia book. Some horrible apocalypse sweeps the world, and the main character, usually a teenager, is left to fend for themselves in a world where the government, law, and ethics no longer exist. This teenager will proceed to scavenge for resources and eventually find shelter, either with or without friends that they find along the way. Then, they find out that there is some amazing secret base that they have to go find. Over time, they encounter the creatures that destroyed their planet, and fight for their lives. That is basically your average teen dystopia book that has some strange epedemic sweeping the world in a nutshell. OF course, series like The Hunger Games and The Maze Runner are much different than these stand alone books about aliens or zombies, but there are a lot of similarities.

The things that sets dystopia books apart are the journeys that the characters go on. What they face. Who they befriend.

That is one reason why I really liked this book. Instead of finding some other random teenager, as most readers would expect, Amy instead finds a baby. A little girl who she has to be a sister to- someone she has to protect.

Since we are on the topic, let’s jump right into what I think of the plot.

First of all, this book has a LOT of twists. Characters who you thought to be dead are somehow alive. What Amy and the readers know about the creatures turns out to be a lie. I can say that out of all the dystopia books I have read, this book is the most rich plot-twist wise.

In addition to a plot absolutely stuffed with twists at every possible point, there is very good characterization. There are quite a few characters, but most of them have their own interesting backstory or demeanor that is revealed over the course of the book. The book doesn’t leave the readers questioning who exactly characters are or where they come from, because that information is expertly laid out.

Overall, there is not much I can say about this book that is negative. I suppose the main thing I don’t like about this book is the ending. It is a tad bit abrupt, and if I did not know there was a sequel it would have been quite annoying, due to the fact that the ending is too much of a cliffhanger.

Overall, I would rate this book 4/5 stars. It was overall very entertaining and much different from other books in it’s category.

I would give this an age rating of 10+ for frequent violence.

I hope you enjoyed this review! If there are any particular authors/books that you would like me to review, please comment below!