In Australia, I rarely ever see genuine racism for nonwhite races.
To appeal to my audience’s taste, I have constructed a poll on my blog to observe what is the favoured genre. I’ll try to make reviews according to these results, in order to maintain an interested audience.
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the other one
- Don’t criticise other’s ships.
- Don’t spam. In anyway.
- Don’t scam. In anyway. You will be killed.
- Hashtags are annoying.
- Everybody and anybody is allowed to like the thing. No matter who. Except maybe Hilter. He’s not cool.
- It’s okay to like your fandom because of your favourite character.
- It’s okay to hate the character everybody adores.
- It’s not okay to hate on other users because their follower account has less than you, or treat them any differently.
- Bad quality pics/poorly filtered/disgusting fonts[COMIC SANS MS] will get you shunned. If you want a really clean, chic fandom acc, I suggest HQ pics, a nice theme (something matching, a system you use when you post stuff, I don’t mean your layout).
- Photoshop is your best friend.
- Wattpad and Fanfiction.net are your life.
- Merch will buy you everybody. Want a friend? Give them some merch.
- Just accept the crack ships. They’re there. They’re most likely the reason 60% of the fans are in the fandom. Just.. don’t question it.
- Make you sure you research everything about the fandom. Everything…
- There is so many inside jokes. Honestly, fandom’s are better than real life friends.
- If you have talent for gif/story/fan art making… Do it. Do it for the sake of humanity. Or not. Just do it.
- If you can’t gif/story/fan art create… make sure to support the creators!
- Don’t repeat the same fandom joke over and over.
- If you see anybody in real life wearing merch from your fandom, you make SURE you compliment them. Don’t even hestitate. They’re most likely dying to meet anybody from the fandom too.
- Realise you can never leave the fangirl/boy life and you will be consumed with the impending darkness (you’ll find out what that means).
The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
A common classic of our modern society, the New York Time’s best selling novel, The Fault In Our Stars is not, in fact, the only emotionally scarring, bittersweet story of our generation.
|The Fault In Our Stars by John Green|
My top 3 recommended are (warning! may have spoilers):
- Paper Towns by John Green
|Paper Towns by John Green|
- Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
|Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher|
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Peter Chbosky
|The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky|