This episode of the “Game of Thrones” spin-off “House of the Dragon” has made a lot of people uncomfortable (even though, as GOT fans, they really should be used to this kind of stuff by now). Content warning: I will be discussing sex, incest, and matters of consent in this episode.
Worldbuilding is one of a writer’s most important tasks. Whatever you write, whether it’s regular fiction or science fiction, whether it’s for books, movies, comics, television, or even video games, you need to build a strong foundation for it. You need to build a world for it.
…Recommends Movies and TV (Avatar Franchise)
“Avatar: The Last Airbender” has been on Netflix for a while now, and if you haven’t watched it yet, then I recommend checking it out. But what about other Avatar movies and shows?
…Recommends Movies and TV (Condorman, Enemy Mine, Good Omens, Avenue 5, and more)
This is my first Recommend episode created specifically for YouTube. If it works out, I may move this feature here permanently from my podcast.
Once a story is told and you’re wondering where to go next, sometimes the best place to go is back to the beginning…or even further.
…Recommends TV (Carnival Row)
Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne star in a fairy tale that is definitely not for children. “Carnival Row” is available to watch on Amazon Prime.
…About the Monte Awards (Fantasy and YA)
Fantasy and Young Adult movies can tell us a lot about ourselves; particularly about the need to not lose your sense of wonder as you grow older.
…Recommends TV (Locke & Key)
Young adult fiction, like other media, are shifting more towards streaming services. Today, I’m recommending “Locke & Key” on Netflix.
…Recommends TV Shows (The Witcher, Star Trek Picard)
I’m expanding my Monday Recommendations to include TV shows, books, maybe more. Today, I’m recommending shows with heroes who seem very different but are alike in very important ways.