Prompt #3 for DIYMFA.com/Bookclub: What is my storyteller superpower? I shouldn't be surprised by my results from taking the quiz at DIYMFA.com/STSP , as I always root for the underdog. I am the quintessential underdog storyteller and my superpower is creating relate-able characters who have a deep desire to change something in themselves or in the world… Continue reading My Storytelling Superpower
My family is my Reality. I like writing. I love my family.
I watched it. I loved it. I want to watch it again. I will pay $10 to see it again.
A response for Prompt #1 from Gabriela Pereira's DIY MFA Book Club asking each book club member to reflect and write about the ground zero moment for being a writer.
The only Marvel comics I have read are the Runaways and Marvel Civil War. So let's just say I was really jazzed to watch the movie version, and watched the first two Captain America's to prepare myself. (Sidebar: Loved Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: Winter Soldier was OK, best part was Falcon.) But all this is leading up to say Disney (and the ever present Stan Lee) is making me a fan of Marvel Comics movies.
While our finished product may not look collaborative, the process was, and the memory will remain in our art.
The team doesn't have a chance to win and it is pretty obvious to all who watch, but here is the important part: my boys are having fun.
There are no cringe moments, like when your son swings and misses and strikes out. Seriously, is there any worse sports moment for a parent then when your child strikes out? Repeatedly? (Because, surprise, turns out they need glasses?) With basketball, players lose the ball, get it back, shoot and miss, and sometimes shoot and score. It's all in a nice, cringe-free flow.