Avalon, In Self-Defense
As I said, plainly, Avalon episode 4.1 is only six parts (That’s 6 for the math majors or 111111, for those learning Common Core math). That means three posts per week: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday… and next week posts 4, 5 and 6 on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday again… It can’t possibly be that hard to figure out, though apparently it is, for some people.
On the positive side, I get to practice my face palm.
Recently, a friend read part 3 of 7 and wondered why I was posting random bits of my writing. They complained that it didn’t make any sense. (face palm). All I could suggest was they find an hour-long television show that they never heard of, knew nothing about, and had never seen. Watch a random 5 minutes somewhere in the middle of the show and turn it off. Then write to the network and complain that they are broadcasting random bits of shows and they don’t make any sense. (Sheesh!)
This is my plea:
Please (oh please) oh please watch, or in this case, read the whole episode before you complain. It may be that you have a limited capacity to imagine and might prefer reading non-fiction like fashion magazines or tool catalogues. That’s okay. It may be that science fiction and fantasy are not your thing. That’s okay. I do not expect my stories will appeal to the masses; certainly not in this culture. It may be you think I don’t ‘write too good’. I have always admitted to being a pedestrian writer. I walk one word after another and don’t claim to be driving a Rolls Royce. Whateva…
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If you like Doctor Who, Xena, Buffy, Stargate, Star Trek, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Narnia… hopefully you will enjoy Avalon, the Series.
You can always leave a comment on a given post or at the end of each episode.
You can also reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org Because, for those who have read The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, you know that 42 is the answer to life, the universe and everything.
Then, if you want to read entire episodes, you can always check out Amazon, Barns & Noble, Smashwords, Apple, etc., and search for M G Kizzia. At this point in history, the books are a whopping $1.99, because it is better to be read…but I hate clichés.