Happy 34th Birthday Harry James Potter! (July 31)
Sorry I’ve been sort of inactive lately, I’ve got a few projects in the works which *hopefully* will get finished up in a few days. I’m having a friend stay with me this weekend and then next-next week I’ll be going on a much needed beach vacation, so I probably won’t be online much. School also…
Sorry I’ve been sort of inactive lately, I’ve got a few projects in the works which *hopefully* will get finished up in a few days. I’m having a friend stay with me this weekend and then next-next week I’ll be going on a much needed beach vacation, so I probably won’t be online much. School also starts back really soon for me, and I expect that my internet presence will pretty much disappear at that point.
Ugh, I hate that school interferes with my art so much, but ya gotta do what ya gotta do.
Anyways I’m off to a well deserved sleep after 2.5 hours of workouts today. Night lovelies!
Award-winning artist Katharine Morling creates whimsical and often outlandish sculpture from porcelain and ceramics. Instead of simply making the pieces and leaving them in their ceramic form, the added touch of black in certain spots creates an illusive effect, making the everyday objects look like drawings in real life.
- luna lovegood has dirty blonde hair (book 5, chapter 10)
- lily potter has dark red hair (book 1, chapter 12)
- neville longbottom has blond hair (JKR interview)
- hermione granger has bushy hair (book 1, chapter 6)
- james potter is tall (book 1, chapter…
t h e g o l d e n t r i o [x]
I’m having a lot of Teddy Lupin feelings…
Well, the book was just really predictable to me, I never really felt any genuine suspense, danger, etc while I was reading. I was able to guess what was going to happen really early on in the book, so it sort of ruined any kind of climatic build.
I didn’t like the fact that there was only one girl character who, of course is the love interest and fits a lot of common YA stereotypes for girls these days. She didn’t have any character traits other than being a plot device.
Also, The Maze Runner seemed to suffer from what I would call “middle book syndrome”. You know where the middle book in the series really has no direct plot/story of its own but really just serves as a bridge between the 1st and 3rd book? It was like the story just lacked something for me, I dunno.
I suppose the writing style just wasn’t to my taste?
lol, this is a super general answer, I’m trying to avoid spoilers for those who haven’t read it.