Let’s Have a Chat…

Hello, people that may or not read this. I have no way of knowing, because no one ever comments or does anything. Please do that, it will help keep my small ego afloat, and it helps other people see it as well. I’d also appreciate if all you lovely people (:3) would share, it really would help me.

Now that that’s out of the way, here we go:


Guys, you have no idea how deep I am in this crap. It’s amazing, and random, and sad (so many deaths…) and everything I love. So, as you can imagine, when I saw the whatpumpkin (site that sells Homestuck merch) booth at Salt Lake Comic Con a couple weeks ago, I was simply grounded, and I was all like “HOLD UP HOLD UP HOLD THE PHONE DAD HOMESTUCK.” Because I had spent the car ride to the train station explaining quadrants and the trolls. He knows what’s up. Kinda. So I bought a calender and a Dave Strider pin, simply because Dave Strider is awesome.

Also, various projects, books, fanfics, videos, fangirling, school, homework, reading, being an absolute lazy fart, and everything else I never mentioned (non existent social life) has all stopped me from posting.

So I apologize for this, and, hey, if you want to see more stuff from me, gimme motivation. Request a book. Do SOMETHING so I will have a boosted ego better motivation for posting.

So that’s all I really had to say, if there’s anything you want me to do, don’t hesitate to ask, and keep reading, when I look over my stats it does really help.









*whispers* Hail Hydra

♠ ♣ ♥ ♦


The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

Rating: 4.5 out of 5


Hazel has terminal cancer, and has no confidence that she’ll survive. This all changes when she meets Augustus Waters, the boy who will change her life. For better, or for worse.


My Reaction:

asdfghjkjl;. I LOVED LOVED LOVED this book! But Mr John Green, YOU ARE A HEARTLESS (Cuss word) AND WHY WOULD YOU EVER WRITE THAT? Now, the very ending was incredibly sad, but do not let this turn you off of the book! It is extremly well written, easy to understand and has an amazing plot. Read it, read it, read it!

The reason I put 4.5 instead of 5 is the language. This book swears. A lot. I was really dissapointed by that, because the author, John Green, is one half of the youtube channel, Vlogbrothers. The Vlogbrothers make a huge point not to swear in their videos. But all the John Green books I’ve read, swear a lot and talk about sex. It’s rather dissapointing, really.

My Recommended Age Group: 12 and up.

When Should you Read it? NOW!!!!