If you follow me on Instagram (kategjameson), then you got a sneak peek at something exciting a few weeks ago!
My next project!
So, I’m in a show. It’s a big reason I’ve not been blogging regularly (but not the only reason, I’ll admit). And since I’ve been struggling with what to write about lately, I thought I’d share some reflections on the production I’m a part of.
This month on my Myth or Magic series, we’re talking about a pretty interesting (and possibly a little scientific) question.
“Why doesn’t Rapunzel ever climb down her own hair and escape out of the tower?” -Kat
Well, Kat, thanks for the question! I explored three possible things keeping Rapunzel in her tower and I think I’ve landed on the most likely one.
We’ve all asked the question: If Ariel knows how to sign her name (as evidenced by the contract she signs for Ursula), then why doesn’t she just write Eric a note explaining who she is and that he needs to kiss her?
Well today, to kick off my Myth or Magic series, we’re going to find out why.
I talk a lot about fairy tales on this blog (and I like to think you all enjoy reading about them). And when most people think about fairy tales, one of the first things that comes to their minds is magic.
But it might surprise you to know that fairy tales rely on magic a lot less than most people think.
What do you do when justice falls short?
That’s a question twelve people on board a train ask themselves and their answers may surprise you.
While not my favorite version of Agatha Christie’s famous book, the new Murder on the Orient Express is still, in my opinion, excellent.
What did you think of the movie?
Hey there fellow word nerds! I apologize for not posting for so long. Sometimes I just have a hard time coming up with things to write about, or I get busy with other projects. But hopefully, a new series I’m about to start will help! I’m calling it Myth or Magic and I’m counting on you to contribute.
Let me explain.
You asked me some great questions!
Until next time, word nerds!
I talk a lot about books and writing in general here on my blog, but I realized that I very rarely talk about my own writing. Sometimes I’ll update you with general ideas I’m working on, but I don’t often discuss the details.
Well that changes today!