Whether 2021 sees our world return to some semblance of normalcy, or it remains more of the same from the turbulent 2020, there is still a lot of entertainment I’m looking forward to in the next year. Maybe I still won’t be able to sit down in a movie theater, or go cheer on the Buffalo Bills at Bills Stadium for a game, but I’ll be happy just to have the opportunity to enjoy any of it, no matter how I have to experience it. Here is the movie, tv show, video game, comic book, novel, and sporting event I’m most excited for in 2021.Continue reading “Most Anticipated of 2021”
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Fictional entertainment and pop culture are my life, but I’ve never been more appreciative of them than I was throughout the unprecedented year that was 2020. When there was so much uncertainty and fear with the spread of the Coronavirus that completely changed every day life as we know it, escapism entertainment was a perfect way to unplug and find a little enjoyment. Given how many industries were shut down because of the pandemic, I’m just thankful we got as many releases and events as we did! I’ve done this end of year list naming my favorite movie, television show, video game, comic, novel, and sporting event several times now, but I think this one might go down as the most special to me, as all of these picks went a long way to keeping me positive throughout 2020.Continue reading “Best of 2020”
I’m sure that there are a lot of artists who have used all of the downtime in 2020 to get far more work done than they would have in a normal year, but I admittedly have used most of 2020 to rest and recharge. After I finished writing The Legend of Light trilogy back in April, I told myself that I was going to take a nice, long break from fiction writing. I’ve stayed active one way or another, what between all of my writing done for Zelda Universe, and my ongoing pursuits of learning how to draw in the style of manga, but I kept my efforts in check even with those. The more than seven years of writing a high fantasy series was, honestly, exhausting. It also solidified that my true artistic goals are in a more visual medium, which is why I intend to focus on learning to draw so that I can someday put together a comic series.Continue reading “Winter 2020 Update”
It has been quite the year, to say the least. Like any person in the world, my daily life has experienced some form of impact from the Covid-19 pandemic, although I am extremely thankful to say that my loved ones and I have all remained happy and healthy during this time.
The world certainly slowed down during 2020, and I have done my best to make the most of this period while life is far more quiet than normal. I had plenty of time at home earlier in the year while I was only working a day or two a week, which gave me lots of opportunity to write and draw. If I wasn’t leaving the house anywhere near as much as before, I was going to make good use of the downtime and stay productive.Continue reading “Fall 2020 Update”
I made a few minor updates to the various pages on the site here. My free time has definitely opened up dramatically since completing work on The Legend of Light trilogy. I must thank everyone, again, for their support as I wrote that series. I am incredibly grateful for the wonderful fans who have read the books and immersed themselves in the world of Tordale.
I am thrilled, proud, and even a little relieved to announce that The Legend of Light trilogy is finally complete. The third book in the series, Radiant Fate, just released on Amazon and is available in both paperback format, and on all Kindle Devices.
Work on the third and final book in The Legend of Light trilogy is nearly complete. We’ve been diligently proofreading the preview copies of the print version for the last few weeks, making sure that everything is in order and that the book has one last coat of polish to make it perfect for publication.
I went into 2019 eagerly anticipating several movies, games, and television shows–remarkably, I think there’s even more in 2020 that I’m now looking forward to. I’m going to be a busy man this year with how many times I expect to visit the movie theater, or how many books and comics I plan to read, or how many video games I know I’ll be sitting down day one to start playing. Here is the movie, novel, television show, comic, video game, and sporting event I’m most excited for in 2020.
The new year is here, and I’m a tad late getting this piece out, but there was no way I would miss it altogether. At the end of every year I love to look back on all of the entertainment I took in, naming my favorite production or event of several different mediums. Below you’ll find what my personal favorite movie, novel, television show, comic, video game, and sporting event of 2019.
After many years of work, my time writing The Legend of Light trilogy is nearing its end. Myself and my amazing team of proofreaders are deep into the editing process on the final book’s manuscript, which I completed the first draft of earlier this year. Book 3, Radiant Fate, is coming together nicely, and while I cannot provide a guaranteed release date at this moment, I am fairly confident that it will debut sometime in December. As with the other books in the series, it be available on Amazon in print and Kindle format.