The Deepest Cut by Natalie Flynn | Book Review

November 02, 2017

The Deepest Cut

by Natalie Flynn

My rating: 5 of 5

I won this book in a Twitter giveaway, therefore I got a free signed copy from the author. This in no way shapes my review, which is completely unbiased.

I am honestly so, so grateful for the fact that I got this book and had the opportunity to read it. It is so heartwarming and powerful. I had to give it 5 stars. I literally had to. It would be an absolute disservice to the novel if I didn't.
I believe that a good book should tug at your heart or tug at your brain. I can say that this book made me feel, completely and absolutely.


Facing Pressure As a Teen

October 18, 2017

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I think that when you are younger, you never think that when you get older anyone you know will get involved in crime. I think that throughout infancy and childhood, we all live in this bubble where we think that none of us will drink-drive, no one will smoke or take drugs. At least that is what I thought.
When you get exposed to the world out of your window, so many things change. You aren't as sheltered; you are in a position where you can make so many more choices of your own, and with that, so many mistakes.


My First Week in The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) | School Update

October 15, 2017

Hello lovelies,

So today I want to share about school a little bit, and I am hoping that I can continue with I regular updates about school.
So I started this year doing A Levels, (I might talk more about this in a later post) but basically, I made the decision at the start of October to move schools and take the International Baccalaureate instead of A-Levels.