Social Media's Negative Influences on Society

Isn’t it annoying when you are trying to have a conversation with someone and you have to repeat it to them because they were on their phone? Also, when teens see a fight they immediately take out their phones to record it instead of trying to resolve it. Teens are always looking at social media on there phones in class. Social media is a bad influence on kids and young adults in today’s society because it causes a lot more bullying, distractions from classes and jobs, and teens are sharing too much information online. Teens now-a-day have so many different social media accounts and all of ...

18-year-olds Can Drink Responsibly

18-year-olds Can Drink Responsibly 21 years old is the only accepted age in the United States for a citizen to drink legally, yet religious organizations, adult supervised social gatherings, and a significantly large number of other countries do not limit the age of the consumption of alcohol. With the same responsibilities of other adults in almost all aspects of life, 18-year-olds United States citizens are expected to support themselves (and sometimes even others) as contributing members of society. Among other things, they are required by law to sign up for the military draft to serve the ...

Vampire Kisses book 1

The new kind of Twilight that reached the selves on 2009, Vampire Kisses (Published by HarperCollins and Copyrighted by Ellen Schreiber) is a home-run best thing and must be read by anyone who loves any vampire books or movies. When you start reading, you won't stop till you see the end of all the books. The first book tells about how Raven, a goth girl with an obsession for vampires, who lives with a couple with the opposite view in live from Raven. They lived in an apartment that was covered with peace signs, lava lamps, and glow in the dark posters. They lived there and would watch Dracula ...

The Enemy (series) by Charlie Higson

An Enemy on Page They prey on the young, they take over the night, The Enemy is everywhere - or at least that's what it feels like when reading Charlie Higson's acclaimed zombie series. Higson and his publishers released the final volume of The Enemy on October 29. Fittingly titled The End, this last installment has been coined as the epic battle that wraps up the seven volumes. The entire series takes place in London and its surrounding suburbs. It begins in Waitrose supermarket and follows a young group of survivors and their attempt to rebuild after a harsh winter has depleted their ...