It Wasn’t A Sequel To Begin With
November 29, 2012 – 18:32 | No Comment

My 3rd novel wasn’t meant to be a sequel to the 2nd novel in the first place. Then something happened. Characters began to beg to be included in the story. Thus, a sequel was born.

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Movie Review: More Than Blue

Submitted by on August 30, 2009 – 14:44No Comment

This is a very very sad story. Clearly the producer has chosen a perfect title for such a sad story, More Than Blue is a beautiful love story about how powerful love can be when it truthfully bound two hearts. Love will cause us to do everything we can to express our love for someone and be loved in return.

Radio producer, K, was abandoned by his mother when he was a young child. Rejected and alone, his life changed when another orphan named Cream entered his life. Two lonely orphans quickly became the best of friends, living under the same roof and taking care of one another as they grow up. They became friends, family and perhaps, lovers. But when K discovered that he has only 200 days to live, the possibility of building a future together broke into pieces.

Not wanting Cream to be alone when he is gone, K began to look out for a potential guy to fill her life with happiness. When he discovered that she was interested in a well-known dentist, Joo-Hwan, he strategises a plan to get them together before his time is up. Will he succeed? Is this what Cream wants? Will he have the courage to give away the woman of his love to another man at the altar?

More Than Blue highlights the deep emotions of pain, hurt and confusion a person will go through when they have to see the person they love most building a lifetime with someone else. It reminds us that love can make us laugh and cry at the same time, be happy and sad in the same seating, and how we can be so hopeful and hopeless in a romance situation. Most of all, love causes us to be selfish. We will always act on our love for others, and that itself does not mean that we will not be selfish when we are in love. We could be anything!

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