What It’s About – A London solicitor named Jonathan Harker arrives at the Count’s Transylvania castle, to help him sort out his legal affairs. While there, Jonathan leans that he’s been lured to the castle under false pretenses, and that the Count is a vampire, determined to feast on his blood.
What It’s About – Ivy Morgan has a busy schedule. As a stressed-out university student who works as a fairy hunter, she spends her days studying for exams. Her nights are devoted to keeping New Orleans safe from supernatural creatures. When she meets a fellow hunter named Ren, her dedication to her job (and her emotional distance) begin to falter.
What It’s About – Jacqueline and Jillian are twin girls who are afraid of their parents. Seeking to escape their mother and father’s rigid neglect, they venture into the attic. There, they find a suitcase that opens up into a magical door.
March is my “pandemic anniversary,” and I gotta admit the last year has made it difficult for me to muster up the energy to post. That said, pandemic blues are not the only reason why I stayed away. I’ve also been working on a very big project that will drop at the end of this month!
Another update! I know, I know. I’ve been posting nothing but updates recently, but I’ve been writing for other platforms in the interim. I do have important info for October, too. See those updates after the jump.
Alas, look what the cat dragged in. After a summer filled with ups and downs (and plenty of social-distance camping to keep my sanity), I’m back to puttering away in the office. As part of this, I wanted to make a quick post about what I’ve been up to over the past couple of months, and where to check out my recent work. I’m also going to dip into new shows and series that I’ve been watching that may be of interest.
Well, well, well. I’m finally sinking back into a regular posting schedule, and I have to admit it feels a bit weird since I’ve been writing everywhere but my blog for a long time. Not weird in a bad way, per se, but still strange. To make it easier on everyone, I’m going to round up a list of sci-fi series (books and movies) that I’ve watched through the course of the pandemic and enjoyed.
This was not the post I was expecting to write when I came back to this blog. I know it’s been a long time since I’ve posted, so I guess I should start off by asking “how is everyone?” Are you all adjusting to a life of pandemic-enforced solitude, along with a quarantine of indeterminate length?
Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, and if you’re anything like me—a fan of free chocolate and a bit too obsessed with fictional villains—you might be looking for some romance recs to help you weather this winter holiday. There’s a lot of lists out there for mainstream romance that are really good, but if you’re looking for fantasy or sci-fi—if you’re looking for more uhh, niche stuff, inside of that—then I might have a couple recommendations up my sleeve.
Well. I’m finally getting around to talking about the Korean horror film ‘Office,’ perhaps because it’s that time of year. New year, new me, everyone keeps saying, but the world is stressful. I’ve been dealing with this stress the same way I deal with most things: by watching movies until I fall asleep. ‘Office’ was released in 2015, so it’s definitely not new. But its depiction of unsteady, underpaid work as a subliminal form of terror is a great analogy to draw.