Creative writing has always been a passion of mine, whether it’d be tickling comedy, or something more serious. I enjoy it as a whole!
Lately there has been some requests for a specific type of creative writing, and that’s what I am here to deliver to you today! So, not much to this article!
Feel free to read on if you wish, however a slight warning. This article may contain depictions or references to certain situations which may make younger readers feel uncomfortable (Mental Heath) – nothing too major though!
Happy reading! Or not. 🙂
Horoscopes are among those little details of life that not many people really wish to read up about. It could be for a variety of reasons including belief or even if you are purely scared about what is to come! Well, here I am with a new series – Monthly Horoscopes!
Now, this is not just any normal horoscope, they are horoscopes for your Habbos! Using data coming from reliable sources, I will be giving you monthly updates about what to expect from your time on the hotel. Whether these come true or not, it will all be based off of your real life star sign horoscope! Each month I will release 3 parts. Part one will include Aries, Taurus, Gemini and Cancer, part two will include Leo, Libra, Virgo and Scorpio and part 3 will include Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces.
Read more to find out!
I was probably the only child in primary school that actually got excited when it was raining. It meant that we had to stay inside during the break, which also meant that I could spend the time reading in the library. I had read the majority of the books in there by the time I left for secondary school, where the library was triple the size so that was exciting. However, there were a handful of books that I re-read a lot during my time in primary school and still re-read today from time to time because they are just great books. Here is a list of some of the books I read that you should definitely read if you haven’t already…
George R.R. Martin said “a reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one” and that is exactly how I view reading. It’s a great escape from reality and a good way to deal with stress because I can just go live someone else’s life for a bit and forget about everything. I have a book buying addiction, though, so I always end up buying books faster than I can go through and read them all. I managed to knock three books off that pile last month since I was working less, travelling more and was left with some spare time to read. Here’s what I thought of them…