I’ve started a short series of videos on my vlog/BookTube channel concerning Self Publishing. I’m trying to split the topics up and keep them fairly short and informative without shoving too much at you at once. I hope it gives a good overview for people looking at working with creating a product!
Today, though it is my ‘day off from posting’ I did two BookTube videos in honor Alan Rickman. The first one was a sort of rambling tribute to his characters and what he’s brought into my life, culminating in the original purpose of the video…my two favorite quotes from a highly talented and seemingly giving man.
The Second video is about Harry Potter and is really a ‘tag’ video in which you are supposed to answer the questions posed about the Harry Potter Universe. I did…
As always, if you like any of my videos please let me know. Give me a thumbs up and/or comment either there or here. Tell me what you like or don’t like so I can up my game, so to speak. However, with these two videos I think the content is more about remembering and mourning a great artist…as with my David Bowie video on Tuesday…so these are really just a way to connect with other fans across the world.
I hope you are all having a fabulous week. May God bless you all.
As I’ve done the video this week, I will leave you with these amazing quotes and the knowledge that you must CHOOSE to be who you are. If who you want to be is different from who you are, then work towards it, but do us all a favor and don’t try to be any of the rest of the world. I don’t think people could handle two of me…but it would love to see the real you!
As always, if you want to join us or just want see what Writer’s Quote Wednesdays are all about, check out Colleen’s post over at Silver Threading and come back every week to see more quotes!
“I just write what I want to write. I write what amuses me. It’s totally for myself.” – J.K. Rowling
This is my first attempt at a video blog and includes a reading from the beginning of The Hobbit!
Today is International Tolkien Reading Day, which was begun in 2003 to bring integrate more of Tolkien’s fabulous fantasy worlds into the new generation’s school and library group readings.
(It is also a way to celebrate the pre-anniversary of the Fall of Sauron, which happens in the Third Age of Middle Earth..March 25, 3019)
To find out more please check out http://www.tolkiensociety.org/ed/tolkienreadingday.html