I’m thinking of uploading some art of my character here but I’m thinking of maybe when I’m published? I dunno. I’m pretty tight lipped with my WIP already… I still gotta think on that
But other than that, I’m also thinking of opening up commissions. Money is tight and I want to try and save some money up to pay to pay some bills, know what I mean?
But I gotta make an official post with prices. Keep a look out for it!
I know I haven’t been posting much! That’s because I’ve been sucked into KH3 hell and dedicated a week and a half to beat the full game. As soon as I finished, I began writing because I got a flurry of new ideas to implement in my book.
But today is my lazy day. Why not take the time of to enjoy the fact that in alive and another year older? I wish I could share cake with everyone, haha.
All I ask is for platonic hugs and kisses. I’m praying for no storm so I can go buy me some snacks.
I’m so scared right now. I simply restarted my computer as I normally do when it acts slow… but this time it’s in an endless restarting loop. I have no cash to shell out to fix it… I’m just so glad I backed up my manuscript on Google docs.
I’m praying my laptop can be repaired without me shelling out any cash. I’ve done on tutorial that didn’t work. Here’s to trying another one in Hope’s this will work…
If there is one thing I love, it’s puns. Whenever I am in a conversation, when the timing is right, I’d slip in a joke for the kill. Though, I’m a real sucker if you make a clever pun or joke. Of course, I know there is a time and place… but sometimes if it’s too serious, I might make one just to remove the tension.
But sometimes I wonder if my making jokes is a coping method.
Since I was young, I was interested in being in other worlds. I felt a special connection to anything supernatural revolving around worlds that are made up. Whether it was through my favourite game, book or show, I wanted to live there instead. While I do enjoy animations and books with alternate earth, I preferred being in worlds not my own (reality wise). This made it easier to further escape reality even if the stories, movies, shows, etc have similar historical events.
Every time I felt in a low mood, I’d pick up a book or a game and escape to that world for a while until I was better. Immersing myself like this caused me to develop a deep love for fantasy. It became a comfort thing that I ran to when I felt at my lowest point. And it’s not like there was never any access to it. I rewatched all my favourite movies, replayed my favourite games, picked up new ones, found new books.