Alright, I admit it, I’m obsessed.

I always feel the need to unleash my reading/bookish thoughts to you, my followers, because I feel you are the only ones who can relate! Today, although I read the book about two months ago, The Fault in Our Stars is completely on my mind again! I blame the release of the movie trailer today! I am so excited for the movie and to see how the scenes I interpreted in my head actually pan out on the screen! I know this blog is supposed to be for creative writing and I promise it will get there again at some point! Please don’t lose faith in me!

However, if you do, I must say, “It would be a privilege to have my heart broken by you.”

Yes, I had to do it.


Divergent Trilogy

I just finished reading the Divergent Trilogy. I’ve never had another series grab a hold of me and occupy every ounce of my being with such force, not even my beloved Hunger Games series. Right now, I am in a similar state as a student aboard who fell in love and now has to go back home and return to normal life as if nothing happened. I feel so empty. Yet again, I completely, absolutely, positively recommend this series! In addition, I find myself unable to write anything of true insight for a second time, I really have to learn to blog after the energy of a finished book has settled! However, I will leave you with a quote from the series!

“Life damages us, every one. We can’t escape that damage. But now, I am also learning this: We can be mended. We mend each other.”

Happy reading, dear followers! 

True Love

True love is a funny thing. I’ve never experienced it for myself romantically, but I have felt the true love between a family. I cannot believe its force. It can make people do remarkable things, both good and bad. I don’t understand how it controls people, but it does. An invisible force can evoke so much out of a person that it is truly baffling to me. It can cause such joy, but then such pain. The easiest thing would be to avoid it, but us humans, we crave it. We know it has the capacity to take hold of us and make us lose control, but some of us spend our whole lives looking for true love and that chance to be in its presence. It is such a strange obsession and we’ll probably never understand it, but I doubt we will ever stop searching for it.