This is the first book of a long series written by Robert Jordan. Although The Wheel of Time is considered one of the most important series in fantasy literature, it’s clear that The Eye of the World took inspiration, A LOT, from Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings.
This is just a reintroduction. This is not an emergency. Nothing to be worried about. I need to say this first paragraph is a personal message from me to... me. It'll be understandable that anything that I say here about my long break may be taken as an excuse from my part, so I think… Continue reading Reintroduction
Friday is here. Another Friday that makes zero difference among other days. Do you remember when everyone felt excited for the weekends? I am not sure if I do, if I have to be honest. The current events keep making changes to our daily lives. We need to adapt to the new rules to see… Continue reading Friday, I am (Not) In Love
Here. I come here to write again. It is a good day, it's been a good week. One of the most beautiful things about these last few days is the inspiration that is coming. The muse has returned and I don't plan to let it go. Sure, my brain plays tricks on me whenever it… Continue reading Humble Post
A good weekend. I guess that's a good way to summarize my weekend. I wrote, I watched a few anime episodes, and I watched the Ju-On: Origins' six episodes. I'll probably write a review about it. It's not even new anymore, so I don't mind taking my sweet little time. I must tell you that… Continue reading First Days of August 2020
Let's talk a bit about my current writing process. I have mentioned before that the project Black Fields came to (temporarily) replace For Her Moon which hurts me a lot, but it was a necessary change. I would never recommend to work on something else if you have not finished one thing first, because you're never going to finish… Continue reading Black Fields: First Entry
Ladies and gentlemen, This is me again with one of the so many posts about my fantasy projects. I have mentioned that every update will be added to the Project Journal section of this humble little page, and at the top of the home screen until I come up with a new post. The good… Continue reading The Fields