So, I’ve picked up my epic fantasy novel again, Amachi, that I started back in 2006. This is a project that I’ve started and stopped on over the past six years due to shear fear I suppose. In my mind, the story is so epic and complex that I feel mentally overwhelmed every time I … Read more
Apparently, the ending for Mass Effect 3 was really bad, or at least very disappointing to many fans of the franchise. So much so that a lot of people in the gaming community are building petitions to have ending of the game’s story changed. I’m a gamer. Have been since the days of Atari. I’ve … Read more
You know me. I love gadgets and apps that make my life easier. Especially my Creative Life. In an earlier post, I wrote about my Go To Programs, Final Draft, Scrivener, and Personal Brain. I’ve added another tool to the list and it’s: EVERNOTE I first came across Evernote back in 2009, but didn’t really … Read more
With “Things People Do” making its rounds in three Screenplay Competitions, I’ve been focusing most of my creative energies on my second Feature Spec. “Sylvia”. It’s a Sci-Fi/Psychological Thriller where “A Serial-Killing Pedophile abducts a little girl, with dark powers, who becomes his worst nightmare.” It’s a dark tale of wolves in sheep’s clothing. Things … Read more
For me, it’s all about the flow of my writing process. It’s what keeps me in line, on track, and maximizes my productivity. In terms of basic overall development of a project, like any good process, each step has a purpose and influences the development of the next step. When I start a project, there … Read more
Hey, check out the interroga–er interview with Author A.T. Russell (@ATRUSSELLWRITER). We talked creative origin, inspiration, and cultivation. Check it out HERE! I must say, it felt odd being the the other side of an interview.
In this Podcast, I interview Screenwriter Kelly Anelons. We had a lot of fun and laughed a lot as you’ll hear. Take a listen to find out about Kelly’s ongoing journey as a Screenwriter, her thoughts on the Craft, and why her sympathy goes out to the poor little creature in the first Alien film, … Read more
I “created” the above image in a nifty web app called wordle that allows you to dump RSS Feeds, or text into it, and it manufactures an image like what you see above based off of the source’s word usage. You can change the fonts, colors, and word formations to make some pretty cool imagery. As … Read more