In this week’s vlog, I’ve done a book review of the young adult science fiction novel Invictus by Ryan Graudin. As Graudin’s web site indicates, it really is like Doctor Who meets Guardians of the Galaxy—except with teenagers. 🙂
One of the biggest struggles in dealing with chronic health issues is finding ways to relax. As a person with dystonia, I’m always looking for solutions to this problem. Among the habits I find most helpful is reading books. In fact, I know of many health benefits of reading.
Life can often throw you a curveball, which can lead to feeling overwhelmed. That feeling is normal. Believe me when I tell you that your life can turn on a dime. These things require you to develop coping strategies. This leads me to the concept of the five stages of grief.
There were many panels on the first day I attended, which was Saturday. Here are a few photos of the speakers.
As a screenwriter, as well as a novelist, I’m extremely interested in visual storytelling. I attended the Future of Film conference two years ago and wrote about that here.