The New Year is almost upon us and I think I speak for everyone when I say it can’t come quickly enough. 2020 has been incredibly difficult from start to finish, and for many people it has been unbearable.
I am confident that 2021 will improve, although we still have to overcome a few hurdles first. Here in the UK, virus cases and unemployment figures have been increasing, so we are not out of the woods yet, but we will get there in due course.
2020 has been tough, but this blog has kept me sane, and I hope it has kept you sane too. I also hope it continues to provide you with lots to read over the coming weeks, especially when you need a break from reality.
On It’s A Stampede! you’ll find a wealth of posts, from discussions about classic movies such as Pretty Woman and The Running Man; to episode guides to great cartoon shows such as SWAT Kats and Galaxy Rangers; and handy posts to help you save money on Comixology, or increase your blog traffic.
Need ideas for something good to watch? Then you can also check out some of the reviews on It’s A Stampede! including reviews for Soul, Mulan, Skyfire, and The Craft: Legacy, amongst others. In fact, I’ve reviewed over 40 movies this year alone, so there are plenty of reviews for you to dive into.
And if that’s not enough, don’t forget that earlier this year I published my book, Rewind to the ‘90s: A Journey Through 100 Movies. The 422-page book is available to read for FREE if you are a Kindle Unlimited subscriber (yep, FREE!!!), or you can download it for £3.99.
But enough about all of the content, because for now I simply want to say thank you for sticking with It’s A Stampede!. Whether you are a dedicated follower or you merely stop by from time-to-time, I really appreciate you being here, and long may it continue.
As we move into 2021, I will keep pushing forward with this blog, and maintaining its status as a geek hub. My only request is that you push forward too, with whatever projects you have in the pipeline.
We have come so far this year and even if things remain a little wobbly as we begin the next year, they won’t remain wobbly forever. I believe that, and I know you do too.
Happy New Year!