Futuristic Friendship

Friendship is a relationship of mutual affection between people. It is a stronger form of interpersonal bond than an association. — Wikipedia

Roughly Ten Years Ago

Futuristic friendship comes from the web now.

Not so long ago, we would meet our new friends on the school ground. We would meet some at our work or bookstore, at a coffee shop, and it would be something physical. Now, it changed. Something in us shifted. It’s like reversing, and we must adapt to new types of friendships…or maybe that’s just me?

For introverts, the introduction to chats on the Internet or forums made it easier to express themselves. Don’t get me wrong. I’m one of those! I am not comfortable speaking to people or elaborating vocally on subjects. Social gatherings for me are of minimal importance.

Continue reading “Futuristic Friendship”

Scarecrow Secret Mental File

Have you ever wonder about the psychological state of Batman’s villains? I do. So, let’s dive in and learn more!

The Beginning of Scarecrow

Scarecrow secret mental file is now available!

Jonathan Crane‘s character is one that developed depth over the years. The creation of the character comes from Bill Finger and Bob Kane in 1941 and belongs to DC Comics. Scarecrow’s persona made its first-ever appearance.

The creation of Scarecrow’s inspiration comes from the iconic Ichabod Crane from the folklore tale of “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” It is quite interesting to know where the villain’s idea comes from and even more fascinating when realizing how it grew.

Continue reading “Scarecrow Secret Mental File”

When Blood Is Thinner Than Water

A year or so ago I wrote an article about people that can reveal themselves as toxic in one’s life. It is hard to draw a line between ourselves and others we consider friends. Then this happened to me.

Circles of Hell

I do not enjoy talking about myself or my life. I like to keep my privacy within the walls of my house and a quite tight circle of people. It is hard for me to accept what my life became and where I am heading.

I do not enjoy talking about myself or my life. I like to keep my privacy within the walls of my house and a quite tight circle of people. It is hard for me to accept what my life became and where I am heading.

Continue reading “When Blood Is Thinner Than Water”

An Attack On The Indie Community

Recently, many social media exercised a purge of their respective platforms. Nobody seems to understand their doing or their reasoning. However, the most significant audience it affects seems to remain the same: the independent and freelance creatives.

The Big Boys

For years now, Facebook went through many facelifts and changes. So many times, I remember going, “What the frack?” and “Okey-dokey.” On my journey to become an author, I created a network of fellow creatives from various fields, as well as editors and small publishers. It stuck with me that often they would say Facebook hurt their business.

We all know that Instagram belongs to Facebook. It is their application to share pictures and videos. An excellent platform for authors, or at least, it was. Then again, they went full-purged on their users. Going through a multiple of “Follow Loop,” I must say that I dropped out from the Instagram wagon. I heard of this purge way too often.

Continue reading “An Attack On The Indie Community”

The Mean Side Of The Indie Community

“You will never make it. You are not good enough. Your art is not what any industry is looking for.” Those were the words of my college Art Design class teacher.

It Starts With A BANG!

I grew up in the art world. There was nothing I wanted to do in life other than being part of the artistic world. I worked hard to understand human behavior as well as the surroundings.

I developed a very observant eye, and my attention to detail is overly developed. I leave nothing to chance, which might not be because of a variety of art courses I took. It might be because of my OCD and chronic anxiety.

Continue reading “The Mean Side Of The Indie Community”

Damnation In Exchange Of Depression

In 2017 the release of a series named Damnation hit the small screen. One thing is for sure it deserves a watch!

Official Damnation Summary

Damnation in exchange of depression is something to think about. But first, let’s look at the official summary of this mini-series.

Seth Davenport is a man masquerading as a small-town Iowa preacher in hopes of starting a full-blown insurrection against the status quo. Focused on his mission, he is unaware that an industrialist tycoon has hired a professional strikebreaker named Creeley Turner to stop the uprising by any means necessary.

Continue reading “Damnation In Exchange Of Depression”

DC Comics Top 25 Sexiest Supervillains

Superheroes are hot. There’s no doubt about it. But see, I’m a DC Comics’ Girl to the bone, and I have my villain list ready.

A Villain’s Story

DC Comics Top 25 Sexiest Supervillains because what’s a hot hero without a sexy villain? A superhero is only as good as his rogues’ gallery. Most likely, that is why Batman is often a favorite by the general public. However, I’m a nerd, I read comics, and I know there are underrated villains!

I’m an author with quite a twisted mind. I like to make some of my villains sexy in various ways. Either it is their mind or physics or psychology, something about them has to make the reader want more. DC Comics’ aren’t oblivious to it either.

Continue reading “DC Comics Top 25 Sexiest Supervillains”

The Name Is Bond

I might prefer sci-fi but James Bond is a sci-fi of its own. Daniel Craig is my favorite Bond by far!

A 007 Introduction

While I am a fan of hard and high science fiction, growing up with my grandparents had many pluses.

For example, I grew up watching one of the ever-growing cult classic, James Bond. I watched it from its somewhat “big” screen beginning with Sean Connery as 007 in 1962.

Continue reading “The Name Is Bond”

The Last Kingdom A Gothic Historical Story

Sometimes history hides heroes deep in the art and leaves a battlefield without a name. The Last Kingdom is about one of those men.

Where It Came From

The Last Kingdom a gothic historical story! Where to begin? History is an infinite source of ideas for authors.

It is becoming a series that has people glued to their small screen. Netflix didn’t waste time and jumped on Bernard Cornwell‘s work of The Saxon Stories and called it, The Last Kingdom.

Continue reading “The Last Kingdom A Gothic Historical Story”

Netflix The Witcher Invading Small Screen

Not too long ago, a new fantasy series hit our small screen, The Witcher!

Original Novel Summary of The Witcher

Netflix The Witcher Invading Small Screen with this blurb! The Witcher, based on the work of Andrzej Sapkowski, is now part of the Netflix family! From an obsessive fantasy fan, here are my thoughts. First the official blurb below!

The Witcher is a fantasy series of novels and short stories written by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski.

Continue reading “Netflix The Witcher Invading Small Screen”
%d bloggers like this: