Ten Things to Write



Yes– another list.  Ah well, lists are fun.

Here are ten things that I want to accomplish (and have accomplished) as a writer:

1.  Write an entire short story in future tense.

2. Write a story about someone transgender. (I even posted this one, that’s

Non-Sequitor One: Unfixable)

3.  Co-write a story (if you wanna help with this one, comment!!!).

4. Write an epic.

5. ACTUALLY complete a graphic novel.

6. Write a book that’s at least 200 pages long (I seem to lose interest at around 140 or so).

7. Illustrate someone else’s book.

8. Build a book like a town, populate it, make some drama, and KILL OFF NEARLY EVERYONE!!! (to help stress)

9. Write a holy text or a collection of myths for an invented religion.

10. Finish this list.

If you want to help out with any of the above, especially the co-writing or illustrating stuff, (keep in mind that I’m twelve, though 😉 ), then comment! 😀



A Sort of Review | A Letter to Momo

Since I went to a Japan center, I obviously have a lot of new stuff.

Two exciting things I got were two Yokai movies:

A Letter to Momo and The Great Yokai War.

Of course, I had to watch them.  I choose A Letter to Momo first.  As much as I like strange special effects and master-less samurai with goopy orange blood, a simple illustration of three anime-like yokai and a teenage girl immediately drew my attention.

I watched it just now.

The art was like that of Studio Ghibli.

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See?  Or not?  Sorry if the pictures didn’t work…

The animation, however, was kind of crappy.  The vehicles tended to jerk a lot when they moved, but the characters didn’t do so as much.

And the characters were great!!!  I was laughing for most of the yokai scenes.  The three ‘goblins’, a frog man, a oni-like giant, and a snake-monkey, were spot-on.

The plot was well-driven and engaging, other than the ending, which was a little too long for my attention span.  You could really feel the characters struggles, especially the tension, frustration, and suspense.

It was really amazing!  One thing that I look for in monster films is the quality of the yokai.  Are they interesting, wild, and cool-looking?  Do they have stories?  Do I recognize some of them from legends?  And these yokai were very good, according to me.

Well, some people may be disturbed by one thing: the fart humor.  It wasn’t very subtle, but there wasn’t much of it, either.  Little things like:

“Frogs are lame.  Plus their talking sounds like farts.”


“Do your secret attack!”


Eh.  That’s yokai for you.

I wouldn’t recommend it if you haven’t been introduced to yokai culture and the Shinto religion, but you’d still ‘get’ it.

So yeah!

Pretty cool.

Did the pictures work?  If not, then 😦 .  If they did, I’ll upload more! 🙂




Hmmm.  More reviews, photo stories, and other fun stuff soon!

Probably soon.  Is it okay that I posted twice in one day?  That always seemed like a weird taboo to me.  Ah well, plenty of people do it. 😐

So yeah!  Maybe you’ll get to see some of the other cool stuff I got!

Like candy… and daiso junk…  and a no-face plush from Spirited Away