SO, I totally forgot to blog last week. Here is one for writers which I think will help. This will be an ongoing series for places I tend to go for reliable sources of inspiration when I'm stuck or need something in the background. With Netflix's new show Street Food it is the perfect time … Continue reading Reliable Places of Inspiration – Travel, Food and Culture Shows
Well, I knew I should have drafted something earlier this week... What to talk about... Harder to say when I am actually doing really well with nothing to report. I am working away on the Blacksword Saga drafts. I'm trying to keep up the pace on them, but this forth episode is forcing me into … Continue reading Mid April Update: Ramblings… then a point about episodic storytelling
SO! Here it goes! I am officially announcing my current writing project
My review of the Netflix Original Series Love, Death and Robots. A brilliant anthology of animated science fiction schlock.
My Horror Adventure and why I love to be scared. Well, I DID have a plan this week. I swear I did, but that one will take research. Then I kind of got knocked on my ass yesterday, but I don't want to keep going, "Hey guys, feeling like shit. Bye." So I'll actually make … Continue reading Monsters, Demons and Depression
Shit... I agreed to keep doing this. I should really make a schedule... and drafts... I think I had a great idea for a blog and then I went to bed... and -poof- gone. I will admit to one thing. I've begun a project. Something I hope to continue through to publishing. That is all... … Continue reading Mid March Update
Because I like to break it! Oh shit, I guess I still agreed to do this weekly. This week was better, mostly because I kept busy with the Manitoban. Still not doing great but it's better than drowning. What the hell do I talk about? I guess I can talk about genre. GENRE! Genre is … Continue reading Why I Love Genre?
I'm really not that okay... I guess I promised myself to do this weekly... I'll add the usual preface. My month was not your month. I am writing this entirely as a point of therapy for myself because well... writing does help. Screaming into the void does help. Just putting my thoughts and feelings into something readable allows me … Continue reading February 2019: What the hell?
Genre Fiction as Family Dramas (Mild Spoilers ahead) I have just finished the first season of Netflix's Umbrella Academy and I have some stuff to talk about. When watching this Saturday-Morning-style superhero Drama, created Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance fame, I could not help but notice it's similarities to another Netflix genre series; The Haunting of Hill House by Mike Flanagan … Continue reading Netflix’s Sibling Dramas: Hill House & Umbrella Academy
So here goes my first blog, because I really don't know what else to do. On January 28th, 2018, I finished my second full manuscript, a first draft of what I hope will be a really dark, brutal, neo-noir story where a girl tries to overcome her own limitations, but also involving a gang war … Continue reading Post Project Ennui