Pet Sematary: The Film That Caused a Generation to Spell Like Grade-School-Dropouts – A Review
The 2000’s has been reboot-a-palooza. In fact, there hasn’t been a lot of originality in the film industry since they started rebooting the Spider man movies. While I do agree that was a good idea—nothing will ever be a classic if you don’t leave it alone! King is a book writing factory churning out story after story. He has had a ton of success in both the written word and film (and TV). I still want a film adaption of The Long Walk. Anyway… Pet Sematary(PS). It was passable
The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" is going to kill kids...
This week I have read 13 Reasons Why and watched the entire Netflix series. I have also read a ton of others blog posts raving about the series. Now that I have finished both, I want to talk… Let’s start with the book. I honestly liked it. And that is me looking at it from a purely story oriented point of view. The story follows Clay Jensen, the main character and do-gooder as he journeys through a series of tapes left behind by a teenage girl named Hannah Baker, who unfortun
Is it Young Adult? Does it Matter?
How do you know if it is Young Adult (YA)? Does it even matter? These are two questions that writers often ask a publisher. They are both great questions. Questions that yield a multitude of answers. Almost none of which coincide. Before you can answer either, you need to look at a couple of different things. The first being audience. We all know that you must have a target audience in mind when you start a project. No one wants to write a great novel filled with steamy eroti