Originally signed up for Sherlocked the convention in Los Angeles because I was expecting a friend to follow along since she wanted to see Rupert Graves badly, but it didn't work out for them, so I decided to go ahead anyway especially since it was the last one until anything would happen to the show, … Continue reading Convention Afterthought, Again
That is the question, which answer I got out of my recent 4-week attendance of method acting class. It was so surreal. The past four weeks went by so quickly that I could hardly believe that it's over. When I first signed up in February on a whim, I wanted to get it done and … Continue reading To Be, Or Not to Be?
Watching Cloud Atlas reminds me of how much my mind can't take too much thought-provoking information in one go. It's odd, seeing that when I was younger, I used to love absorbing all sorts of knowledge ranging from paranormal to the cosmos, the functionality of the brain to the ecology of the ocelot. I went in … Continue reading I Just Want to.
To understand that I'm not writing for the mere pleasure of popularity and fame, I need to know that I have a purpose for each book and series that I write. I don't want to supply temporary excitement only for them to die down when it ends, but to leave a lasting impact on the … Continue reading Figuring Out Themes
It's nice to have a writer for a friend, to be able to share our challenges and views, and gain valuable insights from their experience. "There are people like us, who, despite all the objections around us, instead of being discouraged them, are lifted higher in resolution and determination." When put it that way, it … Continue reading On the bright side,
I still can't get enough of London. Imagining myself walking through now-familiar streets, browsing new favourite stores, feeling the chills of London fog on my face. The memories are so vivid in my mind that I cannot convince myself I was not there. It's not normal for this to happen to me, as I usually … Continue reading A Month Later
It's such a blessing to be able to daydream an entire other world again. I remember how I noticed as a child I could easily become entirely absorbed in a world I set up in my mind, whether it be imaginary games, or in stories that I write, or books that I read and movies … Continue reading About Daydreams
"You've only been in London for a few days and you're already expert at navigating through it!" I didn't notice this until it was told to me, and I looked back and realized what a miracle it had been for me to feel like a local since day one. Sorry for the long overdue report. … Continue reading Convention and London Afterthoughts