Hello everyone! I recently got my hands on the Create a Sim demo, so I started creating a bunch of Disney-inspired sims. Then I thought “If I can make Disney-inspired sims why don’t I make book inspired sims?”. So here I am with this post, where I’ll show you how I created Clary and Jace from the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare!
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Author: Ava Dellaira
Synopsis: Everything begins with an assignment for English class: “Write a letter to a dead person”. It’s Laurel’s first days in a new school and she feels scared and empty. Her emptiness is caused by her sister, May, who died, leaving her only with pain. Laurel decides to write to Kurt Cobain, her sister’s favourite singer. But that first letter, which she’ll never give to the teacher, will be followed up by many other letters, to Amy Whinehouse, Heath Ledger, River Phoenix… People her sister loved. And, like May, died too soon. People who can listen what Laurel has to say and help her realize the truth she never dared to face. And she’ll finally learn how to love herself and find the courage to go on. Because life is there, in front of her.
Hello everyone! Since tomorrow is New Year’s Eve, I decided to do a “best of”. Today, it’s going to be best books I read in 2015!
Hello everybody! It’s almost Halloween and since I’m starting to get exited I want to read some spooky books! If you’re like me and ou don’t want to get ultra-scared with a ‘proper’ horror book but still enjoy a bit of spookiness in this time of the year here’s my top 3 spooky books!
Hello everybody! It’s been a long time since my last blog post and I’m very sorry about it. I just wasn’t in the mood for doing a review. Anyways I figured out I might start to review movies, too so let me know in the comments if you’d like to read some movie reviews!
Let’s get into the topic of the post which is letting you know how many books I’ve read during the past month. Guess what? It wasn’t really one of my greatest reading months. I’ve read only 3 books (plus one for school but I’m not gonna count that because it was really boring and most of you wouldn’t probably even recognize it since it’s Italian).
Hello everybody! How did this reading month go? Not too well for me, but if you consider that I wasn’t allowed to read until the 18th of July I think it’s not that bad. I read 6 books in the month of July, which I’m not very proud of but it’s still something!
Let’s see which books I read this month!
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Author: Marzia Bisognin (aka CutiePieMarzia)
Synopsis: Amethyst is in front of a beautiful neo-classic styled house, not able to remember how she got there and why she feels like she’s never been there before. That house exerts a magnetic attraction on her, it is the house of her dreams: elegant, Majestic and surrounded by perfect gardens. She doesn’t know what to do, she can neither push herself to ring the doorbell, nor go away. Suddenly, a couple of elders appears on the doorstep and they invite her in. And so begins the Amethyst’s journey inside this mysterious house, the home of terrifying and incredible presences that will help her discover the terrible truth.