Luna was the first to introduce me to the realm of Harry Potter. I was sold on the idea of possessing magic and even more excited of the existence of a school for wizards. During middle school I was beginning to lose my sight and had lost interest in reading, so having a book Luna and I enjoyed helped me find a new love for reading. Despite the series being set in a fantasy realm the scenery come from inspirations from London, England.
Disney has always used their films to teach valuable lessons to their audience. Offering lessons through their movies and television shows. Sofia the First premiered on Disney Junior running for four seasons. Starting in 2012. The series taught young children the characteristics of the Disney princesses and what it takes to become a hero.
Due to the insane amount of anime viewers often watch a few episodes of the anime before moving on thinking that they will return to the series and complete it at a later date. I decided to revisit The Irregular at Magic High School, hoping that over time my thoughts have changed regarding the show, so without further ado, here’s my review of The Irregular at Magic High School.
It’s always interesting to learn more about a person’s hobby through their perspective than trying to understand it by yourself. One of Luna’s many hobbies is to participate in live-action role-playing (LARP). Despite it being a visual immersive game, Luna finds ways to be an active participant.
There are many who assume that magic is spilt into three areas black, white, and grey representing the intentions when using spells. However, there are many branches of magic reflecting on the elements and different forms of magic or witchcraft.
What if everything you knew was based off nothing but lies? That the monsters you read about in faerytales existed in the real world? Even worse, what if you were one of the monsters born from legend? In The Medusa Files by C. I Black focuses on the journey of Morgan Jacobs and her discovery of her monster half. The first book in the series Written in Stone, shows her introduction into the paranormal realm.
At a young age we are taught, that beauty should only be skin deep, and that it shouldn’t be the only trait we value others for. In Disney’s full-length abated feature Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, we learn that true love’s kiss can triumph over the quest of vanity.
After reading The Shadowfae Chronicles by Erica Haynes, we are introduced to the protagonist Jade, who we learn to be a succubus. The novel only explores her abilities through sexual exploits, which most succubi are known for, but after doing some research they harness many other abilities that make these beautiful temptresses more-deadly.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was the first animated film created by Walt Disney. Like most Disney films, this was based off the German fable Little Snow White. The fable tells the tale of the young princess and the fate of her evil stepmother, who shows how far a person will go for their own selfish desires.
I have been writing for the last fifteen years. What inspires me most are nature, the fantasy and paranormal realms, classic musicals such as The Phantom of the Opera and Wicked and of course, my favorite music. I spend my days writing, drinking tea and imagining my next story that I will tell while surfing all social medias to see what is to come out next in the fields that I enjoy the most. I am a writer and reviewer for the gothic web magazine Gothic Bite Magazine.