// Blog Analyses//
This blog site proves to show how generalised and censored our mainstream media is, as it portrays many life stories that are very tongue in cheek, and confronting. ’My Father, the bank robber’ by Deni Bechard illustrates a boy’s vision of his father during his younger years. The descriptive work of Bechard’s father pulls at the reader’s heart strings as he reinforces negativity and sadness throughout his blog. The overall depiction of Bechard’s father shows even though he proved to be an unconventional father, he still tried to get life right, even if every time it followed the wrong path.
From rumours to somewhat fact, Hello magazine online hold many profiles for the rich and famous. As much of it is based on public facts, the rest is filled with gossip and possibilities. The article ‘The Duchess of Cambridge (nee Kate Middleton)’ Displays a formal sense of who she was before the media attention, and what she has become since her limelight. The main headline draws your attention to the newest public fact; that she is bearing her first child. Hello’s writing is no formal biography, but it does provide a layman with the main background information of an individual.
Both these blogs have influences how I chose to create and structure my profile on Theo. Through reading a few celebrity profiles, I preferred the informal third-person approach as it allowed my to express Theo more vividly. To me this approach allows the reader to feel they are in the room, and a part of the conversation taking place between the interviewer and Theo.