Overrated Works | Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

My first Overrated Works article will be about a work that is considered (by literally everyone I’ve ever heard talk about it) to be amazing… Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. I’m not just talking about the book, nor just talking about the film. I’m going to be talking about the third Harry Potter … Continue reading Overrated Works | Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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Like what I've done with the place? I'll be making more updates to my blog soon. This blog has a YouTube channel, but it is yet to have its first video. On this channel I will be making full-length reviews of movies and books, and it will be hosting my podcasts as well. I would … Continue reading Upgrades

Deeper Meanings In My Books

My philosophy is: There must always be a deeper meaning to one's art, and to every part of their art. My books are meant to make people think. They are meant to give people new perspective on life, and that will be true even when I start writing science fiction and fantasy. My books are … Continue reading Deeper Meanings In My Books

Rewarding Readers

The concept of rewarding readers is, as I understand it, giving your readers new things to enjoy upon second or third reads. It's giving them things to notice or understand better that they wouldn't have gotten the first time around. With every one of my novels, I have tried, and will always try, to do … Continue reading Rewarding Readers

The Greatest Film

There is an overwhelming consensus that the greatest film of all time is Citizen Kane. Now, while I do agree that Citizen Kane is well-made, and for a 40s movie had some amazing visual effects, I do not agree that it is the greatest of all time. The greatness of a film is in the eye of the … Continue reading The Greatest Film

Snoke vs. Adam: A Lesson In Storytelling

The title of this article most likely has you thinking, "I know who Snoke is, but who's Adam? Is it Adam from the book of Genesis? What would those two have to do with each other?" The answer is no, it's not Adam from Genesis I'll be talking about. It's actually Adam from my novel Remnant, … Continue reading Snoke vs. Adam: A Lesson In Storytelling

My Upcoming Autobiography

My best friend, who I consider to be more of a brother than either of the blood-related brothers I grew up with, is a devout Christian. However, I am an atheist who believes the world would finally know peace if all religions disappeared, including Christianity. How can two people with such opposite ideological differences keep … Continue reading My Upcoming Autobiography