Introduction When people share their success stories, it’s uncommon for them to share their struggles and exactly how they achieved that success along with them, even in 2020. The stories usually go something along the lines of ‘they found their passion as a child, did something with it years later and kick-started their careers’ – … Continue reading Upcoming Ebook Excerpt – 1st Draft of Introduction + Chapter 1
As of this writing, the Coronavirus has been serious enough to force dozens of events - including concerts and Dublin Comic Con: Spring Edition - to be postponed for populations' own safety, not to mention the possible rescheduling of WWE's biggest show of the year, WrestleMania, temporarily introducing in-cinema seat separation, encouragement to self-quarantine and … Continue reading What If The Coronavirus Was A Movie…
I have summed up my review for Star Trek: Picard in a single tweet, which you can view here on my Ko-Fi account. I will be doing this for various shows and movies over time. Comment what you would like me to review like this and buy me a coffee if you're curious to see … Continue reading Tweet Review – Star Trek: Picard
Good afternoon, WordPress readers! I have been posting content semi-regularly for the past year and for that year, I would like to thank you all! You have read, liked and commented on various posts, not to mention helped me achieve a view count goal I had in mind when I started. While I take a … Continue reading Thank You!
Synopsis: Lucy invites her best friend, Ben, out for an afternoon coffee at a coffee shop that seemed to have emerged recently, Café Cliché. While Ben is unaware of anything distinct about the location, it is soon revealed that Lucy's invitation was part of a plan to show Ben the entertaining and heartbreaking love story … Continue reading Ko-Fi Post – Short Story: Café Cliché
As someone who has always lived in Co. Cork, Ireland, it’s effortless to overlook all the great places and views around. I have the places like The Lough I pass through on my way home, everything I need to get near enough in The City Centre and rarely, I look around to see what beauty … Continue reading The Best Place to Be in Cork (As A Writer)
More than any other genre (including horror), comedy gets critically panned at a constant rate. A comedic movie/TV show can contain well-written humour, do what it’s supposed to do as a full-blown spoof and can encourage standout moments of acting and yet, these contents go underappreciated because of the category they’re involved in. Critics’ dislike … Continue reading Critics’ Dislike of Comedy