The name of my blog, Rememorandom, comes from a poem I wrote back in high school. (Yes, back in those days I was a young, aspiring poet.) It was one of my favorites I wrote, and perhaps one day I'll post it here, and so I decided to use it as my blog's name.
The themes of Rememorandom has stayed pretty true to the inaugural statements, with a little variance. I like to review and discuss books, music, and movies, especially fantasy and sci-fi related. I like to discuss completely random and trivial events in everyday life. I like to post artwork here, either visual, musical, or lyrical. I like the criticism and comments I get from you fine folks. It inspires me to paint or draw; it inspires me to make and record music (as I am currently doing); it inspires me to write (as I do a lot).
Another beautiful thing about Rememorandom is that it serves as a window into other people's worlds. I get to see things people are working on, like Mattson Tomlin, who chronicles his directing career here. Or I get to read interesting real-life blips, like this one, from a crazy Scot who went and saw the Boss in concert a week or so ago. I can even read the journey of Cap'n Joe as he fights for freedom in the airports of Australia, all the while going to school and working on a killer fantasy novel. There are too many blogs I read and follow, and if I didn't mention you, I'm sorry, but I do like you.
Rememorandom is fun for me, and hopefully fun for you, too. I think I'll end part One now, but I will be back tomorrow. I've got some exciting things to share with you all. I've recorded two songs, one original, the other a cover of an old folk song. One's a video, the other's available as both a video and mp3. And I'm only about twenty pages from finishing The Blade Itself, so the review will be coming soon. Stay tuned.