- Cinemania: How do you compare Harry Potter with Twilight?
- Bonnie: They’re completely different. The way J.K. Rowling writes is way more superior to that of the author of Twilight, besides the story has more different layers and subplots that address different topics. Harry Potter is also more universal and it reaches people of a wider range of age, which starts from little children. Twilight is more for American teens, especially girls. They’re two different stories, really, but I think that the best thing of both sagas is that they have motivated kids and young people to read. They have opened a whole new universe. I remember before kids didn’t even read a book of more than 10 pages and look at them now.
- Cinemania: Which other books do you like?
- Bonnie: Well, not the Twilight ones.
I was doing good for awhile. or so I thought. I think I was being delusional and this weekend reality just came crashing down on me. I find myself wanting to just rewind and go back in time to the place where I was happier and healthier, but I can’t undo what’s been done. I feel that sorority life might not be right for me, I feel like I’m too shy for it and all the other new girls are bonding more than I am with everyone. And I feel tired of my job and was thinking about getting a new one, but I just feel so uncertain because new jobs take lots of training and ugh. I just find myself at a crossroads and I’m just so unsure of it all. I’m having this godawful urge to contact an ex and tell him that I was too immature at the time that we dated and I feel we’d get along better now (as friends). and we haven’t spoken in a couple years. I think he’d be like get away crazy, esp cause he dated my archnemisis after me. This is all just so weird.
The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath (via thechocolatebrigade)
^ what Sociology aims to do, haha.