#actors who are actually their character
the greatest casting ever.
Even better when you think about how Dan got a place for himself in NY to continue his career, Emma went to a school in USA, and Rupert bought an ice cream truck.
Follow your dreams Rupert
I didn’t know this. So I looked it up and - HE ACTUALLY DID.
‘I keep my van well stocked. It’s got a proper machine that dispenses Mr Whippy ice cream and I buy my lollies wholesale – 50 for a tenner – so I never run short.
I’m not allowed to sell my merchandise. I’d need a licence for that. ‘I tend to avoid July and August, but the rest of the year I’ll drive around the local villages and if I see some kids looking like they’re in need of ice creams, I’ll pull over and dish them out for free. They’ll say, “Ain’t you Ron Weasley?” And I’ll say, “It’s strange, I get asked that a lot.”
It makes it even better that he just GIVES the icecream away.
this poST GETS MORE AND MORE AMAZING AS YOU READ
Children’s and YA books are about being brave and kind, about learning wisdom and love, about that journey into and through maturity that we all keep starting, and starting again, no matter how old we get. I think that’s why so many adults read YA: we’re never done coming of age.
When I was sixteen years, three months, and four days old (thank you very much) the book, “It’s Kind of a Funny Story” by Ned Vizzini helped me through the trials I faced. I cannot tell you the beginning, I cannot tell you the ending, and I cannot remember much of anything except that this exceptional protagonist drew brain maps. Each head that he sketched on a sheet of paper had different…
You’re the only person I’ve ever met who can stand a bookstore as long as I can.
Ah, yes, the first post. If you have not read what this blog is about, don’t fret. Just sit back, relax, grab a beer because it’s 2 PM and it’s your day off, and come for a magical journey with me.
My writer’s block has been going strong for about a year now, so please bear with me as I try to claw my way back up from the pit of conformity and utter despair that the retail world will tend to…