It’s been quiet in terms of Who news for a while, so I haven’t had much to say. However, the teaser for the new series was just released, so today I thought I would give my thoughts.
Man, this show continues to be the only reason I ever check out a televised sporting event.
Yesterday marked my One Year Anniversary on WordPress! I was unable to write anything to celebrate, so we’ll be celebrating in a week. My One Year Anniversary will be celebrated in a post next Saturday instead. I’ll see you there.
Thank you for one year, everyone! Let’s hope we can create a great deal more together in the year to come.
Every fan of the Harry Potter books has gone through the pain of witnessing the movies butcher the story—and the characters. One of the characters most harshly treated by the movies is Harry’s best friend, Ron Weasley, who is so thrashed that fans have no choice but to draw a great chasm of a line between book!Ron and movie!Ron.
However, there’s some good that can be taken from this. Writers and readers can learn something from the way that the movies chose to treat Ron. So, that in mind, let’s take a look at 3 Problems With Movie Ron Weasley.
Hey guys! I just thought I should let you know that, due to some nonsense I don’t want to get into right now, I’ve remade my Twitter account. This is it now, at least. I’ve got the account that I’m sticking with, haha.
I use my account to talk about my work, give previews, and make jokes. I’d love to see you over there! Go check out twitter.com/lizzierobinsons and give me a follow. Thanks, guys!
Hey hey. It’s me, Lizzie. Today I’m just shooting you guys a quick update about something coming up in the near future. So:
Fight scenes are tricky to write. Not only are they difficult to choreograph, to make believable, and to finish without accidentally making them funny, but it can also be difficult to simply find the words to make a fight scene strong. There are so many things that go into writing a good fight scene.
Today, though, I’ll be focusing on one.