It’s kooky and it’s abstract. It’s colourful and eccentric. It’s the new Amazon Original American Gods. (Cue Adam’s Family theme tune).
Maybe I’ve been spoiled by the number of rubbish birthdays I’ve experienced, maybe I’m getting cynical as I grow older, or maybe I just have too high an expectation of what a birthday should be. Either way, this year something was very different.
It’s here. The Halsey album I’ve been waiting for since I heard the Now or Never track.
When discussing my thoughts on Alien Covenant, my colleague told me that she thought none of the films had lived up to the original 1979 Alien release.
While sitting in the sun, feeling the breeze on my shoulders in the mid afternoon sipping on strawberry ciders it’s hard not to get carried away with possibilities. The things that could be, the hopes and dreams that appear when you’re most relaxed and comfortable.
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about signing up for an online course. I asked whether I thought it was worth paying for an online course to improve your skills and my summary was that yes, it was indeed worth parting with the hard earned cash.
Last night I finished the course.
It looks quaint. A tiny little yellow coated protagonist wanders across a 3D side-scrolling platform-esque game…