Hi Hi Y’all,
Let’s get the ball rolling with today’s 4 topics!
1: Star Vs. The Forces of Evil:
Ok guys, just so you know from jump I am a TomStar shipper. As amazing as the ending of the series was the loss of that and the loss of magic was just too much for my heart (even though everyone was crazy irresponsible and magic probably should of disappeared- poor all magical beings the Mewmans just murdered).
I have 0 ability to write healthy great inspiring friendships. Star and Marco to me was like the ultimate written pair of that inability I have. I didn’t see the need to have them have to be a couple. They could of stayed their own people. I will say, though, in any case based on the relationship Star had with Tom they should have broken up. Seriously, Disney that is not an appropriate example of a relationship to show children.
2: Game of Thrones:
Tonight is the final episode. This season has been a great concept awfully rushed and not fleshed out properly. I SWEAR TO G-D THAT IF THE LEAKS ARE TRUE AND BRAN BECOMES NIGHT KING I AM FLIPPING OUT. He would be a horrible disastrous unfit King.
I once again reaffirm that, besides Tyrion, Sansa is now my favorite character.
3. In Honor of HBO’s new series His Dark Materials, based off an amazing fantasy series written by Philip Pullman, I may be doing a short fan fiction for it:
The current rough draft idea is a young girl of a man who owns a bookshop on the border of the bad part of town and the okay part of town. The opening would be something like this:
The door opened quickly, revealing the sounds of bells and wind. A young girl with messy strawberry hair and mismatched school tights entered the dusty shop. The shop was both bigger than it seemed, as was the case of the entire old building, and smaller than it seemed due to the massive amounts of books stacked everywhere. The presence of a large lioness sleeping off in the side also effected the dimensions quite a bit.
A tall salt and pepper haired man walked out from behind a doorway. A soft smile appearing on his face.
“You’re back sooner than expected.”
The girl huffed her way towards the counter. The tiny rat that had been hiding in her coat scuttled his way out of her clothes and onto the wood. His form shifting quite quickly into that of a bored looking lynx.
“There was no club activities today.”
He smile appeared to grow even gentler.
“I see. Do you want to help with the shop?”
She shook her head no.
“There doesn’t ever seem to really be a need too.”
The older gentleman faked a wince.
“Who taught you to be so mean to your father.”
“Certainly not mom.”
The gentle atmosphere turning somewhat somber and still.
She looked down annoyed.
“I know, I know. She’s on an adventure.”
The room silent till she continued her words.
“What sort of adventure requires a child’s entire lifetime, though….”
Her father cracked a small smile.
“I imagine an adventure that is quite fun.”
4: Confessions Of A Teenage Poet:
It’s a sappy lame poetry book that y’all should check out! It is released late this week on Amazon Kindle!
*Cover by the fabulous @melo_dekelsa *