I have noticed that my blog is not as centered as people would perceive it to be. I will be honest to myself by saying that it has become slightly personal in the sense that there are posts drizzled with college decision problems & experiences, along with personal beliefs here and there. Yet, the otaku & writer side has continued to prevail amidst such posts, but it gets me wondering whether I am not getting as much “commenters” because I cannot stick to a topic.
Then it hit me.
My site’s tagline does make sense, A World of Infinite Possibilities. A person could be limited to talking about traveling or maybe food, but I know from my disposition that I cannot handle such constraints. Maybe that is how I see myself—filled with infinite possibilities. By being someone who continues to try new activities and gain experiences through college, I can show that the world is indeed filled with possibilities. In addition, I could continue satiating the otaku & writer side of me, because the world does not necessarily constitute a reality; it could also mean other worlds like the Internet realm or the TV-verse.
I think that is how this is supposed to work. Hopefully, it continues working.
In other depressing news that might have a few people wringing my necks for doing so, I have placed ToaD (Trials of a Dreamless) on indefinite hiatus. I believe it might work like Squadron One wherein leaving it for months would make the plot bunny return. If I were to force myself to finish it quickly, I do not think it will be filled with quality. One example would be how I forced myself to write chapter nine of the said series and it ended horribly in my opinion. Therefore, I think the hiatus is much needed until the plot bunny returns. Chances are chapter nine will be revamped because the events didn’t play out to my liking as I realized certain inconsistencies if I handled certain events.
In possibly good news, for those who were intrigued by the prologue of Mistimed Roommate, you will be happy to know that I am working on the first chapter. I believe my plot bunny decided to hop into that dimension for now because of a certain thick-rimmed eyeglasses dude that acted in such a manner that is meant to be documented. However, I am struggling on figuring out what will be the contents of chapter two, which is a sign that I never fully think of my plots.
In Population GO-related news, after posting the teaser for the Spring 2013 season on Facebook, there is a possibility that Anthony (sjakim) and I will be doing a collaboration piece concerning what to look out for from the series given. Anthony and I have “medium-high” compatibility on MAL, which I will just scoff at because I abhor a certain genre that he specializes in— slice of life (as based on the statistic above: mine- left, Anthony’s- right). However, I think he will be able to balance out my psychological and adventure preferences, which seem to be oozing in the incoming season. We are still uncertain if we can tackle such an endeavor, but it will be nice. If possible, we would even drag the other anime reviewers into it for extra fun.
Finally, I suggest you all watch Psycho-Pass because it is amazing and I am glad I am not covering the series on Population GO because I think I am going to butcher its awesomeness. Robotics;Notes isn’t a bad pick either, but it is not as interesting to watch as the former unless you are into conspiracy theories— we might just get along.