I’m Back With Big Ambitions

Hello there my lovelies,

I do apologise for the lack of blog posts recently, I’ve been extremely busy with univeristy work and work itself. A quick update: I’ve managed to read a few books from the list (which I will totally go into further detail in another post if I ever get round to it).

Recently I’ve been toying with the idea of starting a YouTube channel. The plan is to start a vlog and video gaming channel under the premises that I am a terrible gamer but I am entertaining. I tend to yell a lot and comment on what I am doing, so recording it makes it seem more ‘normal’. I hope to start off with doing vintage gaming: e.g. PS1 and PS2 and then building from there. It will start of light, maybe one or two videos a week and grow as the channel grows. Of course this will have to fit around my studies and work life. Because let’s be honest, I doubt i’ll reach a high enough audience that I can leave my work all together. However, I like the idea of that so that is the long-term ambition. Short term: get my sh*t together, get my lie organised and start researching how to make the best out of my potential YouTube channel (I am not going to lie, I already have the channel name, a Facebook page, Twitter and Tumblr account all setup and ready to go).

So, there’s my plans for the future, potentially. However this may not get up and fully functional until May, once semester ends and the long summer begins.

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To Read, or Not to Read

It’s that time again where I compose a list of books that I intend to read over the next year only this time, I’m blogging about it! This list also includes a separate list of graphic novels on my to read list. It’s also in no particular order!

  1. The Magician’s Nephew (C.S. Lewis)
  2. Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief (Rick Riordan)
  3. A Storm of Sword (George R.R. Martin)
  4. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (C.S.Lewis)
  5. The Sword of Shannara (Terry Brooks)
  6. Flowers in the Attic (V.C. Andrews)
  7. Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (Douglas Adams)
  8. Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)
  9. Dracula (Bram Stoker)
  10. Clan of the Cave Bear (Jean M. Auel)
  11. Frankenstein (Mary Shelley)
  12. 1984 (George Orwell)
  13. One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (Ken Kesey)
  14. Alice in Wonderland (Including Through the Looking Glass) (Lewis Caroll)
  15. The Two Towers (J.R.R.Tolkien)
  16. Return of the King (J.R.R.Tolkien)
  17. Colour of Magic (Terry Pratchett)
  18. Misery (Stephen King)
  19. American Gods (Neil Gaimen)
  20. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay (J.K.Rowling)

I am aware a lot of these are children’s books (I’m catching up on lost childhood, plus I love  Alice in Wonderland and have read two of the Narnia books). And now, The graphic novels

  1. Batman: Death in the Family
  2. Deadpool Volume 2: Soul Hunter
  3. Spiderman/Deadpool: Isty-Bitsy
  4. Kick-Ass  2
  5. Joker: Endgame
  6. Hush
  7. V for Vendetta (I swear to god, I will finish this graphic novel eventually)
  8. Captain America: Winter Solider
  9. Batman: Mad Love
  10. Harley Quinn: Greatest Story Collection (or something like that)

Disclaimer: There is absolutely no guarantee that I will stick to these lists. At all.