This is Part 2 of a few concerns that I have about being a reviewer on this blog. For the first part, click here.
A lot of these concerns stem from conversations I’ve had with people I have met regarding this blog, and how I have come to process these concerns. The purpose of these posts are to give my readers some insight on what goes on in my head as I write, but also a chance for you to gain some encouragement as a writer for yourself.
As always, I will do my best not to hold back my thoughts. However, I am also still a human being that is fraught with limitations.
Hello, WordPress. It’s me. The True Lystria.
A lot of what you see on this blog are my honest thoughts and interpretations of anime I watch. And to be completely fair, I try not to hold my opinion back. However, a lot of what you read is coated with sarcasm to hide the ranting and criticism I have for things I actually dislike, which often confuses people into thinking that I am very optimistic. That part isn’t true. So if you’re going to call out my shenanigans, you could say that even The True Lystria lies!
Okay, so before I get into this review, those who are familiar with my blog posts are probably wondering to themselves: “What the Hell is this guy doing now?” And you’d be right to ask yourself that.
I don’t consider myself to be a voracious reader; in fact, I’m more likely to be a bookworm wannabe. Wuthering Heights is also a story from the 19th century, and has been written about by many people from then to the present, including everyone from Victorian era enthusiasts to disgruntled high school students who are forced to read it for English class. Why would a guy with anime on the brain review this?
Well, hopefully all of this will make sense in the future; but right now, I’ll attempt to dive into my thoughts about this English romance classic.
Hey folks, remember about 3 weeks ago when I said I’d try and write some more? Well apparently, I lied.
This time, I mean it. As Anime Expo is approaching yet again, I will be doing something special as part of a countdown.
30 Poems, 30 Days: NaPoWriMo Has Begun.
The next challenge has begun!
Life is one challenge
After another is done.
Time ends and begins.