I found out on the last day of school, and later my son approached me with tears in his eyes to tell me that Chris Cornell had passed on. My son, a musician and lover of good music, was heartbroken.
Richard Kutz and I absolutely love AMC’s Into the Badlands. If you aren’t watching it right now, you should. The writing is excellent, the world building is amazing and who doesn’t love farmers who know kung fu? We also discuss a little known film that is close to our heart entitled Hunter/Prey. The writing in this film … Continue reading
Library Journal’s Self-E system allows you to submit a digital version of your book to your local library or to any library in the U.S. Continue reading
In this episode, Richard and I discuss the amazing writing of Bates Motel, and how we think the departures from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho were smart and well-written. We also discuss Freddie Highmore, Vera Farmiga and Nestor Carbonell, three actors who pulled off Emmy winning performances in this series. We are sad to finally check out of the … Continue reading
I’m currently in the middle of finishing off a three book series. I can say that I’m chugging along nicely, and the plot sketch I roughed out in the beginning stages is starting to take shape. However, I have had to take a deep look recently at whether or not the plot I have devised … Continue reading
I haven’t posted in a while. Like…a while. The fact is that life has been keeping me quite busy lately, and I haven’t had the time to do much other than be a full time teacher and a full time dad to four teenage kids. I am still writing (off and on) and plan on … Continue reading
We spend some considerable time in this episode ranting about Sony specifically, but basically we discuss the problems of executives side-lining writers on film projects. We also discuss the film “Hollows Grove”, a film not even Lance Henrikson could save. Find the episode here.
New #podcasts up: Of Dogs and Melting Men #sciencefiction #badmovies #scifitalk @ThreeCSD Continue reading
I’m currently working on the third book in a space opera trilogy. One thing I learned early on is that characters must be believable and that readers must have a stake in them if you are going to get very far. …Especially if you plan to write a multi-part book series with them…. One trick … Continue reading