You read that headline correctly. I’ve never watched Game of Thrones. Of course, I was living in Japan when it started, so I was very far behind by the time I moved to Canada. But also, I’ve only read the first three books. I explained why I haven’t watched the TV series in this video:
So, what do you think? Should I watch it? Let me know in the comments section below.
Time to get caught up on the blog posts for VEDA! Uh, that’s about 20 videos to catch up on.
For this one, I did something called the Social Media Book Tag. I had to relate different books to different social media platforms, based on the nature of those platforms. It was an interesting exercise. Find out what I said:
Which books would you relate to the social media platforms? Here’s a list of the questions:
Twitter- Your favorite shortest book.
Facebook- A book everybody pressured you into reading.
Tumblr- A book you read before it was cool.
Myspace- A book you don’t remember whether you liked or not.
Instagram- A book that was so beautiful you had to Instagram it.
Youtube- A book you wish would be turned into a movie.
Goodreads- A book you recommend to everyone.
Skype- A book with characters that you wish you could talk to instead of just reading about.
Let me know how you would answer these.
How many of you like to travel? I would love to visit every country in the world. Yes, even the dangerous ones, as long as they’re not dangerous in the future. But there are some that I absolutely want to go to within the next ten years.
Below is a video where I describe the countries I want to visit. You’re welcome to read the list below the video, but you won’t get the reasons or why some of these countries are special to me. So, watch the video!
And here are the countries:
- The UK
- New Zealand
- Costa Rica
So, which countries do you want to visit, and why? Let me know in the comments section below.
I got a bit behind on my VEDA blog posts! So, time to catch up. First up is my summer reading list. I admit I’ve been pretty bad at reading lately, and I keep telling myself I’ll take half an hour or an hour every night to read. But that hasn’t happened. I need to!
But here is my summer reading plan:
Here’s the list, in case you missed it:
- Theft of Swords, by Michael J. Sullivan
- Consider Phlebas, by Iain M. Banks
- Mistborn, by Brandon Sanderson
If you didn’t watch the video, you’re missing out on a lot.
Have you read any of these books? Let me know what you thought of them. Also, what are you reading the rest of this summer?
Authortube is a small part of Booktube, which is also a small part of YouTube. I take part in all three, of course. Authors Answer, which I’ve been hosting since 2014, has been a great source for video ideas for my YouTube channel. If you are an author and a YouTuber, then why not join in? Today’s VEDA video is all about that. Check it out.
So, if you are interested in joining in, then let me know! Keep in mind this is for YouTube, not on this blog.
When you read a book, most likely you’ll get attached to some of the characters. And then some of them die. Don’t you hate it when that happens? Well, in today’s VEDA video, I talked about 4 female characters that I really did not want to happen. Why only female? I’ve found that there aren’t many male deaths that have affected me. There are a couple, but I don’t think it’s enough for a video.
If you want to know which characters they are, then you must watch this video. But be warned that there are spoilers! If you don’t want to be spoiled, then don’t watch. The books featured are:
- Angel Fire East, by Terry Brooks
- The Rise of Endymion, by Dan Simmons
- The Elfstones of Shannara, by Terry Brooks
- Dragonsdawn, by Anne McCaffrey
I won’t mention the characters, but you can find out if you watch.
If you’ve read any of these books, let me know what you thought of these characters’ deaths without giving any specifics about the names or how they died in the comments section below. Also, don’t tell me about any other characters in different books, because I don’t like spoilers, either!
VEDA day 3 brings us a bit of Star Trek. I’ve already reviewed season 1, episode 10 on the blog, but this time, it’s in video format. And I do a terrible impression of Clint Howard’s Commander Balok. He’s a weird alien. Only a 7 year old actor at the time, he was playing an adult alien. Check out my impression, the review, and my nitpicks.
Let me know what you thought of my impression. Terrible, isn’t it? Well, it’s supposed to be!