Giving Credit Where It Is Due!

WordPress Theme : Tweakme V.2.0 – Ashley

Privacy Policy : Ashley Gibson was kind enough to give me her permission to use her’s shop privacy policy as long as I edited to fit my blog and credited her for giving me permission to do so.

Ultimate Book Blogger Plugin : Ashley Gibson’s –

Fonts : Google Fonts were Included with the Tweakme V.2.0 theme, other fonts were downloaded from (creative and commercial usages only), and purchased from

Featured Images Illustrations : Purchased from an incredible and talented graphic designer named Olivia Grace .

Flaticons : Purchased and Downloaded flaticons with a premium subscription from

Gifs : and also Gif.tenor

Friday Funnies : The corniest and ridiculous jokes that have been published and will continue to be published on every other Friday have all came from these joke resources websites : , Reader’s Digest , , and last but not least, .

Theme Design Inspiration : The theme design inspiration for the header logo, post signature, and post divider all came from both Amber ( and Kat ( of whom gave me their permissions to use anything from their sites as a source of inspiration to help me get my site up and running as long as I credited them.

My Truth : The Rape Of Two Corey’s Documentary Review : I’ve written this review for Corey Feldman’s documentary entitled “My Truth : The Rape Of Two Corey’s after I had unknowingly streamed an illegal version for free on a once trusted website that’s not only stolen a documentary and its profits from Corey, but they’ve also stolen not only his voice and truth, but also have stolen many survivors and current victims of Child Sexual Abuse (or CSA)’s voices and truths time after time by stealing material and streaming it for free on their websites that isn’t theirs. This review was simply written after a request had been made by Corey Feldman via Twitter that will make up for the wrong that I had made. This review is also my own way of hoping to encourage survivors and current victims of Child Sexual Abuse or CSA to still use their voices and truths and not be afraid while doing so.