Tag Archive | andrew mocete

The Opinion On Everything Age

This morning I read an interesting observation on Facebook from Lisa Nowak. She’s noticed a big decline in presidential signs/bumper stickers in her hometown and every response cited the same two reasons for this: No one’s mind is ever changed because of them and they invite trouble. I agreed with everyone and don’t think this […]

Feeling Bad For Villains When They Lose

I finished watching the first season of Once Upon a Time last weekend, and found it both entertaining and a great example of fully-formed villains. If you’ve never seen the show, it takes place in the fictional town of Storybrooke, where fairy tale characters, like Snow White and Red Riding Hood, live in our world […]

Thanks, Resident Evil

Had a nice response from yesterday’s post about my writing slump. In the comments, Lauralynn suggested I might not want to finish writing this particular story bad enough, which is a fair assumption based on my situation. It got me thinking about writing as a whole. Is it something I really, really, really want to […]

When “Just Do It” Isn’t The Advice You Want To Hear

I’ve sort of drifted into this weird limbo of not getting much writing done. I still really love the story, but I think I’m psyching myself out into doubting my abilities. Can’t put my finger on where this is coming from. The feedback from what I’ve written so far has been good and the next […]

What’s So Great About Firefly? Part 1

Last Saturday I went to Comic Con and since it was my only day there, (would’ve gone the whole weekend if I could’ve gotten off work) I decided to try to get into the IGN theater where all the big panels are held. Of the many awesome ones I saw that afternoon, I was pretty […]