The effort I took on both this title and addition of a .gif should tell you everything you need to know about this post.
I’ve been struggling lately. Don’t I start most of my blog posts like this? Anyway, of course my problem is in direct response to what I struggle the most: writing.
There’s nothing I love more than hopping on a good horror bandwagon, and while I was hesitant to fall for the “spooky Zoom meeting” movie hype, I watched it (twice now) and found that this movie is so much more than a gimmick for the Corona age. So no, I didn’t just fall, I dove headfirst just like Emma out of her second floor window...oh yeah, there’s going to be spoilers.
Throughout this entire quarantine there has only been one thing keeping me sane and no, it’s not (just) Prozac: horror movies.
Another college days #flashbackfriday to an apocalypse themed Creative Writing assignment!
The last dead man on Earth contemplates his life and his new friend.
A teenager has a hard time relating to her peers, so she makes one.
A woman tries to get out of bed, but is haunted by her past.
A couple who live in a haunted house are featured on a ghost hunting reality show where nothing is as it seems.
A little Flashback Friday this week. I wrote this for a mythology class in college based on my love for The Odyssey and its many mentions of the rosy fingered dawn.