I’ve been on a DC Comics binge this week. After I caught up on Gotham, I watched the first four episodes of The Flash.
Here are four articles about how to write with Scrivener. I wrote and published the articles on The Write Practice, a great blog to learn about craft and tools for the creative writer.
I know I’m not the only one wondering why Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett Smith) is consistently in the cover photo of Gotham next to James Gordon (Ben McKenzie) on Hulu, right?
I finished the rough draft of my first novel recently, and I thought it would be educational to both myself and other writers if I shared the data I gathered during the process, and what I learned along the way. 1,000 words a day The one thing that helped me get started—and helped me follow […]
So, I just found out the Wachowski Brothers are making a new film called Jupiter Ascending. Damn am I excited! Funny enough, I assumed it was another film based on a book at first (so did a lot of other other people), perhaps because Cloud Atlas was based on a novel. I should have known better.
My scifi adventure short story, Stolen Choices, is now available on Kindle as an ebook. Will Commissioner Ming do his job? Or do what’s right?
The cover is clean, powerful, simple—everything I wanted. I’m very happy and I want to say a public thanks to Jonathan Kurten for the awesome work (and for putting up with me changing my mind about almost everything).
In the early days of consoles, I was an avid gamer (my first systems were a Gameboy and then a Super Nintendo). And some of my favorite video game characters were kick-ass women. All of them had guns. Here are their stories. Samus Aran from Super Metroid (1994) Samus Aran came on the scene in 1986 with Metroid […]
“I would have to work hard tomorrow. Work could cure almost anything, I believed then, and I believe it now.” — Ernest Hemingway, A Moveable Feast
A story that will never tire of being retold, Moses returns in a new film by Ridley Scott.
Behold the first full length trailer of Exodus: Gods and Kings.