Anyone paying attention can see what an effect Disney has on it’s young audiences. Most children are introduced to Disney at a young age, during a vital developmental period in their lives. These children are inexperienced and innocent, and what is taught during this point in their lives stick.
My parents are major geeks, and have been since forever. So of course when they had their child, they did the geekiest thing on Earth and chose two names from Star Trek. (This was, of course, after my dad wanted to name me Xena Buffy.)
Star Trek has always had a defining feel to it – one of hope for mankind, of the ability for different people from different backgrounds to come together for one goal, and of surviving despite all odds. It’s this feeling that made the original Star Trek series, which aired during a hopeless and divided time in history, so popular and loved.
This is a fun, Halloween questionnaire to ask about your developing characters, in hopes of adding information to childhood memories, creativity, personal likes and tastes, fun, etc…
One of the pieces of advice often found when wandering the internet is to avoid the word “said” at all cost.
And, well… this just isn’t good advice.
The best thing about fall has always been the new releases, and yesterday was the long-anticipated release of the third and final Magnus Chase and the Asgardians book, The Ship of the Dead.