I have recently created a Patreon page, where I will be posting about my works-in-progress, and indeed sharing draft chapters as things move forward.
I want to express my deepest thanks to those who have joined the Gold Level of my noble Patrons.
- Barbara Randall Kesel
- Blake Snyder
- C.S. Lewis
- Cascade Ranch
- Christmas Cards
- Colleen Doran
- Creating Graphic Novels
- Creature From The Black Lagoon
- Dan DiDio
- DC Comics
- Diana Pavlac Glyer
- Golden Apple
- Green Arrow
- J.R.R. Tolkien
- James A. Owen
- Jim MacQuarrie
- Michael Wiese Productions
- Science Fiction
- Scribbler's Guide
- Spec Scripts
Tag Archives: Spec Scripts
I’m currently in the midst of doing some revising here. I’m not eliminating anything, but I am rearranging some of the access points. The main intent is to move as many things from old HTM pages over to one of … Continue reading
I’ve transferred the introduction for this script over to: Burn Notice: “Hostile Negotiations” All the writing sample scripts will now be accessed through the Fiction blog – I hope that will make it easier for visitors to find all the … Continue reading
I’m moving all the script introductions over to the Fiction blog. So the actual post for this offering is now at: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: “Obsession”
I have transferred all the script introductions over to the Fiction blog. Hopefully this will encourage visitor to further explore my fiction writing. It can be found here: X-Files: “Sasquatch” I hope you enjoy it.
I’ve been in a lot of discussions in the last month or so about the Green Lantern feature film that was released this summer. And since I’m one of those people who sits in the crossroads of comics and movies, … Continue reading
The Creature was very happy when I finished script revisions the other day. “About time,” he said. He is such a nag!
I’ve been posting a string of pictures on my FaceBook of the action figure of The Creature From The Black Lagoon doing various things on my desk. He seems to have taken on the job of Writing Nag. It’s all … Continue reading
So I drove down to Long Beach for the 2nd Annual Long Beach Comic Con. It has proven to be a very laid-back and pleasant convention. Although this year, the programming for the con is outside, around in another building, … Continue reading
There’s nothing like the unexpected news of the death of a friend to shake you (unless it is such news of a member of your family). Yesterday, my friend Blake Snyder passed away. For many, he was the best example … Continue reading