Lost in a Book

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I've been meaning to do this book tag for a while now but I never got round to doing it, until today obviously! I first came across it over on Aisling's blog all the way back in January and after finding out about some of her book rituals I knew I had to let you in on mine because it's not like I talk about books much on here right? I'm not even sorry - you all know I'm a book lover through and through anyway!

Misconceptions about Autism


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As much as Autism has become more widely understood over the past 50 years, there's still a number of misconceptions surrounding it and what's worse is that the majority of them are actually quite negative. With me having Aspergers myself I've encountered many of them both as a child and an adult which is why it's important to help raise awareness so more people can have a better understanding of the condition. This is the post where I debunk some of the misconceptions that deserve to be left in the past!

Did you know Autism affects more than 1 in 100 people in the UK?

Harry Potter, Food and Snapchat Filters | #AskAliCaitrin

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Today is the day I do my first ever Q&A and the excitement is building over here! I decided a few weeks ago to bite the bullet and asked the great people of Twitter if they fancied giving me some questions to answer for a post; I even done a hashtag because I take myself way too seriously sometimes. ANYWAY you guys did not disappoint as I've answered a whopping 18 questions so you can all get to know me that little bit better and maybe get a giggle out of it. Let's get started!

Kindred Spirits | Book Review

kindred spirits review

Title: Kindred Spirits

Author: Rainbow Rowell

Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, Romance

Published: February 2016

*I don't share any spoilers in this review however I still go into detail about the characters and the plot so if you'd rather start the book knowing nothing then you can click off the review if you'd prefer*


The new Star Wars film is being released in four days time and Elena decides to camp outside her local cinema till then to ensure she gets to enjoy the celebratory queue with fellow fans like herself. But to her surprise there are only two other people in the queue so she now comes face-to-face with the reality that the experience might not be what she imagined, including having to pee in cup behind a dumpster.

*My Unexpected Interest in Politics

take interest in politics

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If you would have told me a year ago that I would become interested in politics I definitely would not have believed you, more because I never really thought it was useful to know anything about it especially with me not being taught about politics at school. It wasn't till last year's general election when I got to vote for the first time that I realised how out of touch I was which was what lead me to do some research of my own. You're probably reading this wondering what this has got to you? Well I'm here to share my reasons on why you should take an interest in politics too!

I think it's really important, essential in fact, for all of us to at least learn about politics because if you think about it we should be allowed to have a say in how our country works. To do that we need to know how and it's something that schools should be educating us on! Don't you think?

Asking for It | Book Review

asking for it review

Title: Asking for It

Author: Louise O'Neill

Genres: Contemporary, Fiction, Young Adult

Published: September 2015


Emma O'Donovan is a happy, confident 18 year old girl who has her whole life ahead of her. It's the start of summer and she has so much to look forward to but all it took was one night at a party to change everything including her future. The next morning she wakes up on her doorstop having no idea how she got there or what happened at the party until she looks on Facebook to find photos showing the horrific incident that makes Emma want to disappear forever. Louise highlights a number of controversial issues including sexual consent, mental health, self-harm and social media.

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