I say this is good timing because the next month of Fiction Fridays will feature deleted scenes from the [...]
There’s nothing quite like writing an article for a client, then looking up to see this on your wall:
The celebration at the end of the movie when everyone waves streamers and cheers your name is excellent, however unlikely. Rather, life is all about those little moments of accomplishment.
I love to write. It’s [...]
I was watching a short film that caught my attention because…hey…I knew one of the actors. We’d gone to high school together and worked in theatre. I’d even directed him in a couple of my own shorts. (By the way, you should hire
This past weekend USC hosted the 18th Annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. I’d looked forward to this year’s event because it would be the first time I’d attend not only as an author, but as a publisher as well.
However, once I stepped onto campus, all the books and literary swag turned me into [...]
That’s right, book lovers. It’s that time again. If you’re in the LA area the weekend of April 20-21, the 18th Annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is being held at my alma mater, the University of Southern California.
Last year was the first time I attended the event. (You can see [...]
On Tuesday I attended an advance screening of the new Tim Burton film Frankenweenie, followed by a Q&A with screenwriter John August. This event at USC was a treat for me because 1) the film was quite enjoyable and 2) I’ve been following John’s blog and podcast for many years. If you haven’t been by his [...]
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