I’ve gotta say, filming vlogs every day for my month in Vietnam last summer was one of the best things I could have done in order to learn vlogging and figure out my new camera.
That’s a really long title. This is a really long post. It was going to be a book review but it turned into more of a book report. You’ve been warned.
I recently finished The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee. It’s a YA historical adventure fiction story, but written with modern-style prose which makes it more digestible for today’s average teenager.
I got super lucky in January in terms of roles. I managed to worm my way into four short films, two as the lead, one bit part and one background. But apparently that wasn’t enough for me, because I wanted to make a short film.
via Reading Goals
It’s a bit late for announcing the year’s reading goals, I realize, but I only came up with mine TODAY so actually, they’re quite prompt in the grand scheme.
I was going to quit acting in November.
Well, I was supposed to quit this time last year.
If you’ve been around long enough to remember my trip to Montreal in 2017 (or click here if you haven’t), you might remember me raving about the bagels I had at a Montreal bagel institution.
The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline has been marketed as dystopian—which it is, taking place in a future Canada ravaged by global warming where people have lost the ability to dream—but I found it to be just as much, if not more, of a coming-of-age story.