American Gods is a much-acclaimed novel by Neil Gaiman released in 2001. The book is a unique blend of Americana, folklore, world mythology, and contemporary fantasy. It follows the character Shadow Moon as he, after a prison sentence and the death of his wife Laura, takes a job as a driver and errand-boy to a man calling himself Mr. Wednesday. … More Book to TV Adaptations: American Gods
I love houseplants, apart from their air cleaning qualities I believe they bring life and vitality to your home. Especially for me, living in a cold climate, they help to bring a healthy dose of green during the long, long winter months where everything outside is either covered in white or barren. That’s not to say I have particularly green fingers, but they’re getting steadily greener as my interest grows. … More 5 Things I’m Loving Right Now: May 2018
The relationship between plot and characters is something I find very interesting; how to get a good balance between them. In any media, I’ve always been drawn to stories centered more around the question, why than what. … More That age-old question: Character vs. Plot?
I’ve always loved tv-shows. Long before they became as good as they are today, I always preferred tv-shows over movies. I can’t say why but I guess it has something to do with how I prioritize good character development over plot. Lately, though, I’ve developed this bad habit of not watching a show to the … More The End (eventually)