Jamal Hankins aka SCRIBEREGLYPH THINGS PEOPLE DO (drama) SHOTGUN (drama)
I’ve been running a little behind schedule with the second draft of the script, mainly because my 10 month old son has been sick these last couple days. First it was Pinkeye and an Ear Infection, next he had Pneumonia. Of course, everything gets put on hold under such circumstances. He’s doing better now, and although he’s … Read more
I was going to wait until Monday to post this, but I couldn’t answer the question, “What am I waiting for?” January 1st has come and gone which means I’ve started the second draft of “Things People Do”. I’ll be working on this project for the rest of the month, then I’ll switch out to … Read more
Tell us about one scene between your characters that you’ve never written or told anyone about before! Serious or not. Man, another hard one. What makes it so difficult is if I’ve never written the scene, I choose not to write it for a good reason. Perhaps I didn’t think it would fit into the … Read more
Inching along on the screenplay. Was able to able to scrape up enough to post something for you guys to look at. It’s the first nine or so pages. Another ruffety, rough, rough, draft.
Well, the lunch time “writefest” on my NetBook has been working out well, that is when I’m not interrupted by the phones and the erg to help my co-workers when we get a big rush of customers, situations, and fires to put out. I’m inching along at a good pace all things considered. Really excited … Read more
Growing up in Brooklyn, East New York, watching Saturday kung fu flicks on Channel 5, and with my entire household being Bruce Lee fans, I love action sequences. Fight scenes to be exact. For me, there’s nothing better than a good fight scene. The intimate conflict between characters physically played out through hand to hand … Read more
I’m still reading over what I’ve written for Amachi’s story and would like to share some of it with you today. Part 1 Amachi is a zi’Den warrior. She is a Derjjuwa, perhaps one of the last if not the last. Below is a little information about these great warriors. The Derjjuwa (derg-wah) For centuries, … Read more