About

Welcome to my home page!

 ‘Just a little blogger in a giant blogosphere, who’ll write, well… what needs to be written’. My writing style is logic with an appealing sense of humour to go with it. Personally, I like to see myself as a bubbly, enthusiastic person who enjoys to share his opinions with others – hopefully who feel the same as myself. Jessica at ‘This One Time At Band Camp’ described myself as ‘A young blogger who writes about whatever comes to mind in a witty, entertaining, and positive way’. As a growing teenager, there is an entire world out there for my blog to explore, though it’s up to me to discover it! I hope you enjoy my articles/posts, which I shall post every Wednesday and Sunday – so keep your eyes peeled for ‘AdrianCharlesHoran’ in your news feed on those particular days! You can also find me writing at http://visibleteens.wordpress.com/ 🙂

43 thoughts on “About

  1. Thank you so much for the like and the follow on bananas and prunes. Hope you get an occassional chuckle from my every-day, real-life situations. Lord knows, laughing is sometimes the only thing that keeps me sane.

  2. Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog and Liking my most recent blog post. Your blog is interesting and entertaining. Keep up the good work you’re doing here. I hope to hear from you again. Cheers!

  3. Thanks for liking and stopping by my blog! I really appreciate it!

    I’ve noticed that you play the violin! Great! I play the drums and you may be interested in my weekly music posts “Music Monday”.

    Thanks again,

    Liam

  4. hey Adrian, thanks for liking my post on Diamond White. I think your blog is pretty cool as well. I like the thought you shared: the ability to fulfil an idea comes with it. Nice!

  5. hey Adrian, thanks for liking my post on Diamond White. I think your blog is pretty cool as well. I like the thought you shared: the ability to fulfil an idea comes with it. Nice.

  6. Hi Adrian, thanks for visiting and following my blog. You have a clear, intelligent writing style. I checked out the Visible Teens blog as well. It’s nice to see youth using their voices for change and equality.

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