I have a self published story called Strange Fruit on Amazon, and I love to write short stories and poetry with science fiction elements, drama and romance. I am here to enrich my expression as a writer.
Ch. 1 Luminous; the Present Time "I have here, a list. No, not just a list. The List. The reckoning of all your days. As all humans commit both good and bad deeds, your own life’s deeds will be expected to bring both penance and dignity, humility and arrogance. Your questioning is also expected." It said methodically.
How Stars got me through
During this pandemic, before that even, the lingering malaise that has covered the world, in suffering, in pain, in disease and anxiety, has filled me with dread. It’s more than that basic existential dread, it is more of a sudden burst of inexplicable, terrifying consternation. The worry for the well being of others. Of humanity as a whole.
He Was Everything
Ben wanted so badly to kiss his best friend. His best friend since elementary school. The guy who stopped him from going off the rails with other kids, and helped him consistently with his hot headed self righteousness... who got him to see things in a grounded, level and down to earth kind of way.
To Break Tradition
He didn’t care about Valentine’s Day. He really hated it, actually. He took the approach of the character, Becker, when it came to love, remembering the line from the show:
When some people would say curiosity killed the cat, Junichuri’s colleagues would laugh at the overused phrase, posturing the cat might still be alive.
Psychology of World Building in Cinema
The history of cinema and how it relates to us in such a stunningly visceral way, as it can reach the core of your darkest dreams and fantasies, and keep your childlike wonder alive—almost like it can reach your true self without you even realizing it. It grabs you and pins you down to absorb its own perspective, draining your own mind for what’s to come, and you find yourself in an entirely new set of shoes on a new, strange road.