So I have a quick little announcement to make.
I made it known a while back on how I made a request form available for anyone who is interested in inviting me to speak or participate in an event. Well, for some reason, it only took up until recently where I’ve realized that I should make something similar available for anyone who wants to interview me. Continue reading “Special Monday Post: Interview Request Form”
Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda Drops New POST TRAUMATIC EP – For YOMYOMF, I spread the word about the release of Mike Shinoda’s solo EP, and how it channels his struggles six months following the passing of Linkin Park band mate, Chester Bennington.
While we’re still in the first month of 2018, I figured that now would be a good time to speak on the progression of my third novel again. It’s been a few months since I last spoke about it anyway. Continue reading “Prioritizing My Third Novel”
AMERICAN CRIME STORY: From the Perspective of Andrew Cunanan – For YOMYOMF, I go in depth on the season premiere of “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace.”
I previously did a post about what it might be like to tell stories set in the universe of another person’s creation. Now originally, I had considered the ever-growing “Star Wars” universe as a rare example of an ongoing narrative effort from several different storytellers. What I hadn’t considered at the time is how it actually can be a common practice to write for another person’s universe; especially in the world of TV writing. Continue reading “Thoughts About Actually Telling a Story in Another Person’s Universe”
Why Henry Golding is “Asian Enough” for “Crazy Rich Asians”– In response to the ongoing criticisms over the casting of Henry Golding as the male lead in the upcoming film “Crazy Rich Asians,” for Multiracial Media, I provide arguments in support of his role.
It’s been over a year since An Absolute Mind was released. When I had first started writing it, while I had considered all the possibilities on how many of today’s issues and circumstances could change – mostly for the better – in the future to come, I didn’t realize just how on point I’d be with my optimistic future. From same-sex marriage legalized in all 50 states in the United States, to the subject matter addressed about suppressing particular people’s rights, writing a novel where life, in small ways, imitated art became a constant.
It’s crazy to see how that still continues to go on, beyond the political climate. This past week, I came across an article on how even the sciences are started to imitate the existences contained within my futuristic world of 2064. Apparently, MIT recently created plants that can glow, and how glowing trees can soon replace our needs for streetlights. Continue reading “How Life Continues to Imitate Art”
It’s a new year of new and awaited possibilities, and already I got a head start on some of the writing goals I want to tackle. However, because it’s taken up quite a bit of my head space this week, I decided to make today’s post be the very first Recommended Analyzing piece for the year. Continue reading “Overcoming Resistance: Recommended Reading”