As you guys may know, I didn’t blog for about a month (all of July) because I was staying at a few friends’. Then I could blog again because I was at my dad’s. And now, well, I’m gonna be staying at my best friend’s for two weeks, so my blog will be on hiatus again, approximately until the end of August. I know, annoying – but what can I do? The summer is not meant for blogging, apparently.
As a blogger I like to be a part of the community – I look at a lot of different blogs every week, and today I want to share the things that make me follow one. Keep in mind this mostly applies to book blogs!
The Day after Tomorrow is one of my absolute favourite movies, and today I will be sharing 5 reasons why you should watch it!
The movie follows a group of teenagers who suddenly witness one natural disaster after another, leading to the potential end of the world, and together they need to find a way to survive.
I’m gonna be completely honest with you guys: the only reason I watched this is that it stars Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan. Radcliffe is (obviously) the guy who played Harry Potter, and Dane DeHaan is one of the most attractive people I’ve ever seen, so, yeah. Gay Harry plus really cute other guy? Sign me up.
The movie follows poet and literature student Allen Ginsberg in the 40s as he attends university and meets the fascinating and attractive Lucien Carr. He promptly falls for him and gets dragged into a lot of trouble, including a mysterious murder.
Director: John Krokidas
Genre: biography, drama, romance
Average rating: 6.5/10
This is the most ridiculous post I’ve ever written, but I can’t get the idea out of my head, so it needs to be done. I originally wanted to post this on July 23, which is the day One Direction was created, but then my blog went on hiatus, and, well, oops.
This is going to be a masterpost full of gifs, pictures and videos, highlighting why I am desperately in love with Harry Styles. I hope you enjoy it!
If you’ve read my last post, you know that I didn’t read anything this entire month – I am one hell of an example for all prospective literature students. I do have other favourites to share though, mainly lots of music and some TV shows, so let’s get started!