Questions 3: Thinking of 2021

Almost done with 2020, so let’s think of the future.  We have one, right?  I’m always iffy on make detailed plans outside of my stories.  Still, you need to consider what you hope will happen, especially after this year.  Let’s get right to it.

  1. What do you hope will happen in 2021?
  2. What do you hope remains in 2020?
  3. Is there any event you’re looking forward to in 2021?

My answers:

  • Anything good and positive.
  • The divisiveness, but I’m sure that’s here to stay for a long time.
  • I’d like to go back to a movie theater, especially for ‘Venom 2’.  The reason for that one is because I started collecting comics with the ‘Maximum Carnage’ story in Spider-Man, so Carnage has always had a special place in my heart.  To see my favorite villain of all time on the big screen will be great.

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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17 Responses to Questions 3: Thinking of 2021

  1. Unfortunately, 2021 isn’t going to be like closing a book on all the crap around us. That is going to continue, but it seems there is a light at the end of the tunnel. I’d like to do something normal again. Might be a concert or movie. I’d settle for a day at the farmer’s market without masks and fear.

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  2. I hope 2021 will be the year of return to normal.
    I hope the political hatred remains in 2020.
    I’m looking forward to celebrating my 80th birthday with family.

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  3. C.E.Robinson says:

    1. The vaccine is the correct one for the new virus strain & is available to the general public. I’d like to travel & see my family! 😷
    2. Unrest & fear! At least diminished. 😲😬
    3. How about my book launch! It’s close to finished after 3 rounds of edits. And an agent picks it up! 📚🎶 Christine

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    • 1. I hope so too. I’m bracing myself for at least half of the year being the same as last year though. That way, I don’t get disappointed when things take a while to get settled.

      2. Diminished is good and may be more obtainable.

      3. That’s really cool. Congrats!

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  4. 1. On a personal level, that I’ll have more time for writing. On a worldwide level, that things won’t be so bad (not just from the virus, but – and, I’m sorry, but this is a bigger issue for me – from all the terrible examples of human behaviour we’ve seen in 2020).

    2. The above mentioned terrible examples of human nature, and all the stress that’s had me struggling to keep my anxiety under control for so many months.

    3. Not really.

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  5. twixie13 says:

    1) Getting a ton of work DONE, not just planned. I still have the 4th arc, prequel, and a set of short stories for my series to finish, there’re 3 anthologies I want to try for (one of which is a comic one), and the big one is that I would love to get more people to support my Patreon…the intent is to actually start updating that way more (it’s been a while). I want to adapt the shorts I’ve done for anthologies into comics and host them there.

    2) Not sure I should bother with this one, since I’m pretty sure the unpleasantness will continue no matter what year it is.

    3) Finishing my main series with that 4th arc. Also, FINALLY having this prequel I started 8 or so years ago done.

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    • 1. Wow. That’s a lot of work. I really hope you can meet those goals. Is it hard to maintain a Patreon?

      2. It’s tough to think anything will stay in this year. Still, it’s nice to hope something remains behind.

      3. Good luck.

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      • twixie13 says:

        I think the difficulty depends on how well someone can stick to something, put out content, that kind of thing. I’m VERY easily distracted, and am regularly hit by that feeling of if I’m even good enough to bother with a Patreon (I have a grand total of one patron).

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      • I looked into patreon, but it was clear my chaotic life wouldn’t work with it. Definitely seems to require having a regular schedule.

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