Well, this Halloween has been rather enjoyable for me. Granted, it's not the best Halloween I've ever had. But I managed to enjoy it while I could. For one, there wasn't that many trick or treaters, so I had the entire night for myself. Even though I didn't get invited to a Halloween party (since most of my friends who I know in person don't celebrate Halloween that way), I've managed to entertain myself by playing some of the more recent horror themed games (Resident Evil, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, and Silent Hill), as well as watching some of my favorite horror movies (Fright Night, Demon Knight, Interview with the Vampire, Tales From the Hood, 28 Days Later, and Stay Alive). Watching horror films on Halloween for me, is a great way to pass the time. Be they old movies or from more recent years, I'll watch it as long as its entertaining and satisfying. Now, I know I already mentioned this. But this Halloween was the 16th anniversary of my unpublished horror comic which I made back when I was 15, which I reviewed and uncovered in October of 2013. Like I said, each and every Halloween that comes and goes, I always take the time to look back at that point in time, and reflect on the memories I was left with. Today, it's nothing special as it fades drastically in comparison to my more recent projects. But still, October 31st, 1998 is a day that I will always remember. Because completing this comic gave me an overwhelming sense of satisfaction. The kind of satisfaction that I don't normally get nowadays due to the constant pressure I endure from the real world. Well, I have plenty of other horror themed stories besides that. One of them being the story of Derek which I revealed just recently. And as I mentioned, I made a short cartoon for that story back in 2006. And it's based on a graphic novel that I've been working on since 2005. And now, almost 10 years after I invented it, I'm still working on it. Because although I've completed a handful of chapters from that story, there's still plenty of other chapters in the series I haven't yet completed. Yes, I was somehow able to make time to work on those stories and yet I was never able to remake my comic or make the long overdue sequel to it. But oh well. That's a story for another day. But anyway, I think that if I can develop the story of Derek into a series of comics, I might be able to sell it. When I get employed that is. And if I'm successful to find someone who would be interested in selling it. But until then, I still have to endure the hell that is college. And besides that, I have plenty of other original stories of my own. Many of which I did not yet reveal to my friends and watchers here on DA. But again, that's a story for another day. Anyway, I just wanted to say that I enjoyed this Halloween. And I hope you all had a good time as well. Best wishes to you all, take care, and God bless.