I haven’t written a blog post or book review in quite a while. Me and my Mum have been dealing with a personal trauma, but we are both doing AMAZING now. Mum has written and published her first book, The Wildrwood Chronicles, Daughter of None; she’s writing the second now. I have been gaming. I have a Playstation 4 that I love, I have been playing Assassins Creed, Origins, Odyssey and now Valhalla. I cannot explain how beautiful Valhalla is. Breath taking. I love how immersive it is. I can not recommend it enough!!!
I have also been inspired by my mum to do some painting!
This is my update, I’m mostly playing Valhalla, or obsessing over my Disney + subscription and THE CHILD! I am obsessed with The Mandalorian Cara Dune is such an amazing character. I love seeing such a strong female character to look up to! A Cara Dune spin off would be AMAZING! Gina Carano seems so nice, I follow her on Instagram. One of the Star Wars projects would be a dream for me. Hopefully my Zoom LAMDA lessons will help me in that direction. After discussions with mum and my tutor we came to the decision that Television and Film would be the best environment for me as an Autistic Actress.
Firstly I want to thank Micheal for sending The Singularity Wheel for me to read, I’ve really enjoyed reading it!
It’s been five years since Monica Tisdale entered Mitchell Brant, Joe Marma and Ryan Swinning’s dreams. Five years since the boys rescued her from her kidnapper. But this time Monica has not been kidnapped. As she has grown, so have her powers. She is so overwhelmed by her endless selfs that she doesn’t have control over herself. She and the boys are in a new danger now.
Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend
Firstly I LOVED reading Nevermore! I can’t wait to read more of Morrigan’s adventures in Nevermore!!
This is a story about a young girl named Morrigan Crow. Young Morrigan is destined to die on the stroke of midnight on her eleventh birthday. But just as the clock strikes midnight, a young man known as Jupiter North, comes just in time to take Morrigan to the magical city of Nevermoor. But she isn’t out of danger yet. In order to stay in Nevermoor, she must pass four dangerous trials, by using a secret talent, which Morrigan doesn’t have… Read More »
Firstly I loved reading this book, I enjoyed how S. M. Wilson brought me into the world she created, I didn’t want to put it down. So thank you S. M. Wilson for creating this amazing book!!
In the small, grey, overpopulated world of Earthasia, everyone is willing to give their arms and legs for food and space for them, and their starving families. When the government offer food, space and healthcare for people and their families in exchange for a quest to Piloria to steal dinosaur eggs to exterminate the carnivores, everyone is more than willing to go on this dangerous quest. But by the time they realised what they have done, it will be too late.Read More »
Eye Dancers is about three boys, who get visited by a strange girl in their dreams. They have been dreaming about her for three nights in a row. What could this mean?
Until recently, Mitchell Brant has been an ordinary boy. But for three nights in a row he has been dreaming about a strange ghostlike girl with mysterious blue eyes. And he is not alone. Joe Marma, and Ryan Swinton have been dreaming the same dream. Could there be a connection? Could the ghost girl be a good sign? Or is she worse than they realised?
Matilda father, Mr Wormwood, is a nasty, sneaky git. Her mother is incredibly stupidly dumb, but young Matilda is a very intelligent young lady. And she has a magical gift that helps her keep the bullies at bay.
Even though Matilda is very young, she is very knowledgeable, and smart for her age, and while her own family don’t appreciate her being a bookworm, she stays herself and does not have her eyes glued to a tv unlike her family.