Hello everyone. I’m glad I got to spoil you with two articles last week, but this will probably be an exception and not the rule. Still, for a while there it felt almost like old times and it was all creative writing: as I obviously have Doctor Who on the brain.
Basically I am going into writing and deadline mode again. So I am going to be focusing a lot of my energies on my current assignment and, when it’s done in some way or form, I’ll be back in force. But before I go, let me tell you a little bit about what has been happening with me so far.
Very soon you are going to be seeing a lot of GeekPr0n articles. In fact, you already have in some ways. Cyan Worlds even retweeted my article on their plans to make a Myst television series. Myst was prevalent in a lot of my young adulthood and there is something very full circle about being recognized by its creators: especially as it is an article about worlds — Ages — linked to by Writing.
But that all said and done, it’s the season of Halloween and I found a lot of current news to talk about. As the zombies moan, spread the love and you know where to follow me.
There are two things of note that I’d like to mention, though, to this regard. First, I had an important interview with someone who has informed many a geeky childhood and is currently doing some good work. The second thing I’d like to mention is that I will be covering some of the upcoming Toronto After Dark for GeekPr0n.
And it’s funny. For years I had nowhere to go and nothing to for Halloween night proper and now I have two events around that time which I am going to attend. I’m excited and I feel different these days. There is still a lot I have to deal with but, and I think this has been happening for a while, I am not the same person that I used to be.
It’s hard to explain and it doesn’t involve spiritual or alien possession, cloning, mutations, or the dark side of the Force as far as I know. I’ve been producing words like a fiend and even though I didn’t get to undertake my Twine projects like I planned, I still haven’t ruled them out and they will be in my thoughts for the future.
In the meantime, I have some other writing to do and I hope to see you all soon and well. Once again, take care everyone. You are all awesome.
3 thoughts on “Writing Time Again: And More To Come”
oh man, MYST! That takes me back. So, so many frustrated hours and head smashing on the monitor. And those were the cushy LCD screens we use today, those were the bash-your-head-in CRT monitors that were as heavy as my heart felt after an afternoon of Myst. Also, +1 for Toronto! Love that city. Good for you for your personal growth, keep it up. All we have is our experiences, and everything that happens to us is a chance to learn. Keep a positive attitude, and seriously, believe in yourself. You have no idea how much that can make a difference!
Thank you, Pearson. I am in the process of believing that myself. And I read the Myst books before playing the wondrous, frustrating games.
Once again, thank you for your kind and encouraging words.