When I say reviews or short stories what exactly does that mean? I should be more specific. (even though that’s pretty damn specific)
TV takes up most of my time so I might as well write about it. This could be a recap/review of a recent episode or season, a little series I call “women in TV” I’d like to start soon, or recommendations of one of the below.
The shows that take up my life and what you’ll see a lot of:
- The Walking Dead
- The 100
- Once Upon a Time
- Game of Thrones
- Legend of Korra
- Avatar: the Last Airbender
- Sleepy Hollow
- Teen Wolf
- The Whispers
- Doctor Who
- Agent Carter
- Fear the Walking Dead
- Legends of Tomorrow
- AKA Jessica Jones
- Heroes Reborn
Now to the other part of my blog, the part I’m most excited about but may take a little longer to wait for: stories. In my head are hundreds of stories I want to tell people, but never can I get it down on paper. Over analyzing, overthinking, and a lack of confidence in my own writing ability halts any attempt at an actual story forming. But this is where that changes.
For example, at the moment I’m working on a short story series that takes place in an amusement park that people just can’t quite put their finger on. It’s weird, it’s surrounded by a river, and you should never walk into the third bathroom stall in the men’s room next to The Chimera.
(working at an amusement park for 4 years helps)
And finally, there will be a few random assortment of posts thrown in here. Whether I’m talking about my personal life (not that there’s much to talk about) or possibly a rant or two about working with the public (spoiler alert: it’s horrible.) Now and then I do do something interesting.
And…that’s that. I should really work on the endings of my posts.