This isn’t a blog post dedicating my love for the kickass heroines of my childhood. In fact, this particular rant is how the warrior woman can go terribly, terribly wrong.
I don’t know of a single person who loves the Dorne plot line in HBO’s Game of Thrones. And yes, I’m apart of that population
Killing the family pet is suppose to set the scene that there is something bad that is going on in the new family house or to show the character(s) have lost their innocence in some shape or form. But do we have to use the animal’s demise to show this?
Happy Star Wars Day to all my fellow nerds. More posts to come. Haven’t really been in the mood to post anything. But I do want to talk about tropes and finish the final part of my Homage vs. Plagiarism post.
When I did smoke, I didn’t advertise it. To be honest, it was not something I was proud of. It’s what happens when you start working retail. I picked up a smoking habit to keep needy customers away from me. But I found that cigarette smoking, it made my writing different.
I’m writing mentally ill characters. This is not as easy as you would think it is.
This is one of those films that you can’t give any plot details away. It would ruin it. All I can tell you is just watch it.
Not going to lie, I fell asleep midway through this movie and I have no desire to re-watch it for the last twenty-five minutes.