After loving the new Netflix original “F is for Family” and finding out that one of the main creators behind the show, Michael Price, also worked on The Simpsons, I knew I had to send him questions for my blog. Being extremely willing to take the time to answer my questions I am extremely grateful for the answers he gave. So enjoy …
Bold parts are my questions and the rest are his answers 🙂
Whether you call it Philosophers Stone or Scorers Stone – Harry Potter and the [preferred adjective] stone is a beautiful book – in my opinion – that brilliantly sets up an amazing series that has definatly changed the lifes of many children and adults globally. I was definitely one of them. I vividly remember the day that my mum had finished the series and told me I had to start reading them. So I took the first book on our annual Hunstanton trip and could not put it down. I remember going through the series so quickly and crying near the end because I knew there wouldn’t be more to read.
Since Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone was published on the 26th June 1997, it is the 20th anniversary of it’s release! And to mark this milestone I thought I’d break down what the first book in this series taught me as I grew up. I hope you enjoy …
This post does contain SPOILERS of the first book but if you haven’t gotten to the reveal of the first book then where have you been the last 20 years? 😀
Hello guys and popping in today with a quick yet, what I would call, some exciting news for the blog.
As you may know if you read my Li’l life updates over at tapped-out.co.uk, I have MANY interests. I love movies, books, TV, music, games and other stuff that I could “geek” over and for many months now I’ve had the idea of having a second blog to geek out on but I just don’t have the time to run two blogs and a YouTube channel so …
Hello guys. I completely understand that my last blog post was 1 month ago but I really wanted to kick-start my YouTube channel but now that I’ve got it in a place where I’m comfortable recording, editing and uploading I’m sure I can have both running a long side each other working in perfect …
Let’s be honest, you probably clicked this link thinking “What the heck is this post about?” – maybe some Bonuts explanation? Some strategy for getting 3 bonuts every time? Well … You’d be wrong if you thought such a thing. Let me explain …