Tomorrow, I am planning on dedicating the whole day on writing my second fantasy book. I don’t know how much I will get done, but I will try to get done as much as I can. Assisting me will be my beloved pit bulls, Wally and Fitch, who will be napping on the bed next to me. I will keep you updated on how this writing day will go. Wish me luck!
Every writer has a special place where they write, which serves as their personal writing studio. My writing studio is my man-cave, which is where my late grandmother lived and died in. My grandmother was one of the most important people in my life and if I decided to marry someone, I would want that someone to have my grandmother’s personality. Because my grandmother was so important and special to me, it is in the man-cave where I write at my best. I think this is because her ghost is watching over me as I write.
I rewatched the film Trumbo, which depicted the life of blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. Here is a scene in which John Goodman goes berserk with a baseball bat in his hands. This pretty much sums up how I would feel if someone came between me and my writing.
I have finished the thirteenth chapter of my second fantasy book and started the fourteenth. In these chapters, I have provided my audience with a closer look at the inner workings of the other kingdoms in the Empire. When two men fight for a crown only one of them can wear, every man in the Empire must choose a side. These chapters highlight the various loyalties of every section of the Empire such who will side with the Magnuses, who will side with the Sylvas, and who will remain neutral. It has been a complex writing process as I map out the inner workings of the political and martial aspects of the Empire. I will keep you updated on any further developments.
I have reached the twelfth chapter of my second fantasy book and this is where things start to get really interesting. The spark of rebellion has been lit and the flames of war have been set ablaze. Two golden beasts have been awakened and only one of them can survive the war that is to come. I will keep you updated on any further developments.
I love the Eragon books with a complete passion. Unfortunately, I am completely disappointed in how the film adaptation was made. Fortunately, I spoke with Eragon’s author, Christopher Paolini, on GoodReads.com and he provided the name and email address of 20th Century Fox’s new CEO. Through this information, Eragon fans will express why Eragon should be remade. Mr. Paolini said that every fan’s voice counts. With this in mind, if any of you is a fan of the Eragon series and wish to see a better film adaptation, I strongly encourage you to contact the CEO of 20th Century Fox and express why Eragon deserves a remake. The CEO’s name is Stacey Snider and the email address Mr. Paolini gave me is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I watched my favorite silent movie recently, Metropolis by Fritz Lang. I liked its dystopian vibe, the early special effects and the sense of innocence one gains from watching it. It highlights the gap that separates the rich from the poor. The rich live in luxury while the poor do all of the work to keep the city running. Even though silent films are largely outdated, I would recommend this film to anyone who is seeking an enjoyable story.