THE BOOKS THAT SPOKE TO ME…. (meme) I began reading books when I was 9-10 ish. And I seem to be stuck in this genre for teens and young adults that involves adventure, mystery, magic and a touch of darkness. Some people have told me I should “graduate” from these “children’s books”, but I don’t really find it all that strange to still be reading these? it seems like an unnecessary pain to force myself to read anything that doesn’t come as a natural interest. Besides, a book series updates like, what? once a year? Of course I get older along with the book series, I can’t just quit just because I’m “too old” for it now? The adventure isn’t done or over yet!
And it is interesting to see how these stories has had an impact on my life, and the stories I make myself now \9u9/♥
TAG: Whoever wants to share the books they like and love!
Bazinga! CBS just announced a prequel to The Big Bang Theory
called Young Sheldon. Yes, we finally get to see the upbringing behind the one,
the only, Sheldon Cooper. The kid that’s playing Sheldon? Our little Ziggy from Big Little Lies.
MD: Early on, Bryan and I had the idea that Zuko would travel with a mentor figure. For a while, we thought he was just Zuko’s sifu, a teacher with a gruff personality who trained Zuko in Firebending. It wasn’t until we wrote the premiere episode that we thought the story would be more interesting if Zuko’s sifu was actually his uncle, though his personality didn’t evolve much. It was Aaron Ehasz who brought a softer side to the writing of Uncle’s character. And later, when we cast Mako as Uncle’s voice, he added another layer of wisdom, compassion, and some unexpected humor that made Uncle one of the most beloved characters on the show. Key animation by Jung Hye Young. Concepts by Li Hong, Bryan Konietzko, and Aaron Alexovich.