My last post was about the sim versions of Aziraphale and Crowley, and this is a follow up post about the sim versions of myself and Hilda who make up the third and fourth members of my sim family. I’ve been playing The Sims for a long time, and during that time I have neverContinue reading “Meet My Sims: Amethyst and Hilda”
I have been playing The Sims since the early 2000s when The Sims 2 debuted. Since then, I’ve played The Sims 3, and I currently play The Sims 4. In The Sims 4, I decided to expand upon my fictional family that I previously wrote about which is based on Good Omens and the roleplayContinue reading “Meet My Sims: Aziraphale and Crowley”
Good Omens has served as an inspiration to many people since its 2019 premier on Amazon Prime. The show has sparked the creativity of artists, writers, cosplayers, prop makers, and dozens more creative people too numerous to list. It is the writers of Good Omens fan works in particular who have captivated me the mostContinue reading “Good Omens Inspires”
As I write this, it is 8:56 am, and I figure now is as good a time as any to finally put to words what I’ve been thinking over the past year. I have written about the trauma I sustained due to child abuse I experienced and because of this trauma, I have struggled forContinue reading “On the Subject of Fatherhood: A Good Omens Gift”
It’s no secret that Good Omens is a novel based on love, adapted into a television series built on love, and inspired a fandom full of love. Love is the driving force that propels the story forward. There are countless examples from Aziraphale and Crowley’s love for each other, to Adam’s love for Tadfield, toContinue reading “To the World: Flashes of Love in Good Omens”
I originally posted this to twitter, and Neil Gaiman himself was gracious enough to respond. At the time I wrote this nearly exactly a year ago on September 26, 2019, I was going through a time of great emotional turmoil and upheaval. I was struggling to manage my depression and anxiety, and I was consumedContinue reading “How Entertainment Can Heal”
Love is the steady heartbeat of the TV adaptation of “Good Omens” by Sir Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.
This twitter post is everything I’ve been trying to put into words for so long after rewatching Good Omens, and doing deep dives into what makes these characters tick… Click the title or image to read more.