Saturday, 27 July 2013


Did you hear about to train crash in north Spain?

I bet you did, it was all over the news.

Oh my God, you should have seen my face when I found out. My stepmom called me over to the laptop, ‘come see this’.

My eyes skimmed the Sky News webpage, stopping on a picture of the train – or rather, what was left of it…


Yep, I freaked.

And then I found out it happened halfway across the country to my house, and that my mom is absolutely fine.

So, what happened? Apparently the train driver, who was only permitted to drive 120km/h at a turn was driving 190km/h!! He said that he tried to beat some kind of record. MOST IDIOTIC EXCUSE I HAVE EVER HEARD.

The train derailed because of that great speed, sending eight carriages flying, some even ended piled on top of each other.

80 people dead.

More than 120 injured.

It is said that this is one of Europe’s worst ever train crashes.

And the driver survived without a single scratch! Wow, I suppose with all that mess he caused by wanting to beat a stupid record, he’ll rather be dead now than go to court, jail and all that stuff.

I can’t believe someone can be so thoughtless, unwise and pure stupid to do something like that.

Plus, he was equipped with gear that beeped when he was exceeding the speed, but obviously ignored it.

Imagine… you’re sitting happily in a super-modern train, in Spain. Maybe you’re on holiday with your family, maybe you’re just going home from a long trip. Maybe you just started eating your sandwich, drinking your Coke or even playing a game of cards with your relatives. Maybe you’re travelling with your child, or maybe you are a child.

And suddenly… BOOM!!!

And you’re dead. Gone forever. In less than ten seconds, you lost your life, unexpectedly, suddenly, not of your own fault…

Oh my goodness, it must have been terrible…

The whole of Spain will be grieving for three days after the accident. I will be mourning too, as I consider myself a little Spanish, plus I just feel sorry for what happened.

God bless all those people.

Monday, 22 July 2013

Best Series Ever!

I ADORE Cassandra Clare.


You don't know who that is? I am officially offended.

Cassandra Clare is the author of the 'Mortal Instruments' series. To me, that series is the BEST five books ever written in the whole history of writing.

And I would know, seeing i have read like a hundred books in the past year.

But, of course you know who Cassandra Clare is because 'City of Bones' is becoming a movie and will be in cinemas by the end of August!! Clary Fray will be played by Lily Collins, and Jace by Jamie Campbell Bower (who played one of the creepy people in Twilight).

OMG OMG OMG i can't wait!!!!!

I've just finished reading City of Ashes, and i am addicted. I cant live a day without reading at least a chapter (i'm reading it as an eBook on my tablet).

The trailer is awesome, look at it on the official movie website:

So, what's so great about the book?

First of all, its written with such detail that i can imagine every single scene perfectly, i can imagine the exact way of how the characters look, and it is just generally so detailed (not too detailed - that would make it boring) but at the same time sort of... lively? Is that the right word?

Secondly, there is lots going on. I have no idea how Cassandra Clare came up with all the names, objects, creatures, places and action that is constantly around!

Thirdly, and this probably doesn't even count as a proper reason, it is simply the BEST book i have ever read in my whole entire life. She has created a whole new world!

You know how in Harry Potter, J. K. Rowling has made up an entire new world, there is lots of action and things going on all the time? If you liked that, then this book/movie is definitely for you :)

Not convinced? Watch the trailer. Read about it on Wiki. JUST READ IT!!!!!

Thanks for bothering to read what exploded directly out of my head onto my keyboard.

Jazza, #CassandraClare 's biggest fan at this precise moment :D

Why is This Happening!?

Can someone tell me whether this is a problem with my laptop or with blogger?

This is me uploading a picture:

Oh, hello  picture! What's that on you??

This happened before and i dont know what to do :´(


Comment below if ya know how i can fix this...

Wind Surfing World Cup (Fuerteventura) 2013!!

We went to see the World Cup in Wind Surfing yesterday!!

I have to admit, i have NO IDEA what they had to do to win, or to lose, or if you surf for points or what. I just sat in the audience, looking at all the awesome jumps and tricks the guys were doing and it looked AMAZING!!

it made me laugh when some of them fell into the water when their sails were bent over by the strong wind, making them fail at their epic jumps and somersaults.

Anyways, just because I didn't get what was going on, I thought I'd post some pictures to show you peeps what it all looked like...

***OMGGGGG Blogger is annoying me!!! i cant upload any pics cuz they come out as blue lines!! WHY!? Can someone tell me whats going on??***

The Championships will carry on until the 26th of July, and it isn't just Wind Surfing; there will also be freestyle and slalom Kite Boarding competitions!

I guess I've got nothing else to say about this subject (except that it all looked pretty fun and i wouldn't mind trying it someday) as I am a complete amateur and don't even know what countries were fighting for the Cup.

Jazza xoxo

ps. here's the link to the official website of yesterday's Championship website

Friday, 12 July 2013

Las Islas Canarias :)


I’m on the Canary Islands! Ye-hey!

I'm staying in the house of a guy called Lorenzo, along with my Dad, lil’ Bro and Stepmom <3

The house is situated in the middle of nowhere, actually, but the closest town to us is called Tarajalejo. Oh, and it’s in Fuerteventura!

We live here because my Dad and them lot found this program thingy where you help people in their work, and, instead of money, we get shelter and food! I think it’s a cool exchange :)

(Cuz, when you work, what do you spend most of your money on? Food and bills and house-related stuff. And we don’t even have to work for like 6 hours a day, just a little bit in the evening, when it’s not scorching hot outside)

When I say ‘we’, yes, I mean myself too. You won’t mind when you find out what sort of work it is. Don’t worry; it’s not child labor or anything ;)

The work is in an Aloe Vera farm!! (Here’s the website:

What we do is basically either: pull out the baby aloes that grow by the big ones, as they muck up the other ones’ roots and that sort of stuff, fix new aloes into the ground (my dad does that because its dirty and tiring work), fix up the watering pipes or simply get rid of the weeds.

It might sound drastic, but it’s easy stuff.

*Oh my God, my computer has 1% of battery left, better plug it in!!!*

Okay, I'm back ;)

Erm… what else? Oh yeah, the Lorenzo guy cuts off the Aloe Vera leaves and sells them to a factory where they are made into cream! And there’s also this essence thing that he makes himself and it’s really good for soothing mosquito bites (I tried it out last night).

I don’t think there’s anything else I have to write… not that I can remember, at least…

He has a dog, called Bicho (bicho = bug in Spanish), who is a black German shepherd and has big scary teeth. He freaks me out but is cute at the same time. I'm weird like that… I  love big dogs but I'm scared of them at the same time :D

Gotta go now, my little bro is nagging me to play with him – plus I promised.

Bye xoxo

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Whaddaya Think?

Oh, and one more thing:

Under this link - - you can find a cheaper version of Just Another London Girl, now available in PDF, ePub and lots of other formats (which means you don't need to have a Kindle to read it! Yayy!).

Have a look, okay? ;)

Jazza xoxo

ps. Shh! Don't tell anyone! With this code - SSW50 - you can get 50% off when you buy my eBook :)

Give-Away Results!!


check this out:

USA - 105 copies
UK - 126 copies
Germany - 22 copies
France - 3 copies
Japan - 2 copies
Canada - 1 copy


thats like... *Jazza is counting*... ohmigod. 259 copies!?!?! 

am i dreaming..?

Tuesday, 2 July 2013


But it didnt happen.

They evacuated half the city in case it exploded. People that live around the river where to spend the day at families' homes, and those who had nowhere to go where to stay at the local school (which was prepared for the occasion).

Those that were waiting for the explosion and wanted some action, are disappointed. Others are relieved.

Okay, you're going, "just hurry up and tell me what your on about!!".


Right now, I'm in a city called Szczecin; my hometown in Poland (look it up in Google Maps, cuz u probs never heard of it).
You should now that this city played a big part in Word War II, so as you can guess it was bombed loads of times.

And here´s what this is on about.


Divers found a WWII bomb in the river Odra, probably a German Air Force one.

How did they find it? This summer they are re-building the river's coast (for some sort of celebration next month), and they just ran into it by accident.

It was impossible to say when or if it will explode

So, last Sunday, there was this whoooooole big fat action on the TV about how the soldiers were carefully taking out the "500kg - half a ton - of exploding material" bomb, risking their lives as it might have exploded any second...

But, as you already know, it didn't.

Here is a pic I took of the newspaper:

Evacuating people by the police (up)

the yellow marking shows the exact location of the bomb (up)

moving the misfire (up)

The soldiers had to drive the explosive two hours away to the military training grounds in Drawsko to force the bomb to explode.

Cuz if they don't explode it on purpose, it might explode in the least expected moment and cause looooads of harm!

My laptop is about to run out of battery, so i gotta go plug it in. Bye xoxo