Oh me, oh my. It has been far too long since my last post.
I am so sorry everybody. I thought I’d have more stuff to put up, but my muse decided to leave me in a creative rut as far as short stories or brand new trivia goes.
However, I may be able to increase my output. Strangely enough just as my junior year at college begins.
First things first. Let me tell you what I’m up to
Along with school and work study, I’m also working on multiple books. I’m editing book one of a series, drafting book two, and drafting a book for younger kids, plus whatever else happens to strike inspiration at the time. Along with that, I’ll be revitalizing a club at the school (since most of its members graduated last year) and working to improve the school’s literary magazine because honestly it is managed horribly.
As you can see, I’ve got my plate full. However, I still intend to post semi-regularly thanks to an idea from a family member.
I’m going to post reviews!
Dun! DUN! DUUUUUUUN!!!
What kind of reviews, you ask. Well, any piece of art that I think I can offer honest and helpful criticism of, or any art that I want people to buy or see.
I am going to say this now. I will try my hardest not to be a snob.
I myself am a writer of what high-brow artists would call genre fiction. That means I write in order to entertain people, not to send a message or push some agenda, or just be artsy. Thus I will be coming at any piece of art from the point of view of an entertainer. I am not going to pick apart a film frame by frame or read so far between the lines that I forget the lines ae even there.
I will explain what’s good, what’s bad, and what’s interesting about whatever I decide to talk about. I will be as honest and constructive as possible and explain how certain elements of things might be fixed or improved, but I will not burry it in negativity.
I hope you all enjoy my reviews and I hope to post as often as I can.
Speaking of which, tomorrow will have the first review. We start this off with the last thing I read, a modern-fantasy, action movie in book form if ever I saw one: Monster Hunter International by Larry Correia. Make sure to pack your silver bullets.