I just have to ask. · 7:41am
Am I the only one who thinks it's oddly old fashioned when people say "motion pictures" instead of movies? Just that the term came from those old nickelodeon machines that were literally pictures in motion, so to me it's like if everyone ran around calling cars "automobiles". I dunno, it's been nagging at me for a while. I know it's got nothing to do with anything, nor is it nearly important enough to warrant a blog post where I could be giving you guys news on the future of "Study Buddies" or "Grimoire" for those of you interested, but seeing as how very little that I do is important: it's getting a blog post.
By the way:
--Study Buddies is due for continuation once Grimoire is done.
--Grimoire is still in the works and I'd say about two-thirds of the way through, based on what I want to do with it.
--When I do continue Study Buddies, I'll be going back and re-editing every single chapter from start to finish, I'm doing this for two reasons
1) I can re-write the story in past tense and clean up some errors in consistency and/or horrid grammar problems I used to have.
2) I can remember exactly where I was and where I'll be going with it so that there aren't any continuity errors in the future.
So look forward to more stories from me! I also may be doing a few more one-shots in the mean time. Hopefully not as woefully bad as "The F-Bomb", but that's up to you guys to decide.
Anyway... what's up with people saying "motion pictures"?! God damn that bugs me.