Posts Tagged ‘zombies’

Under Pressure…

Okay, so the fire’s been lit.

Yes, I’m talking about the one directly under my buttsteak. It’s time for me to move from talking about getting my 4th novel done and hammer this sucker out.

Here’s where I’m sitting: 20,685 words.

My goal? Have the dang thing finished. Somewhere around 75,000 words.

Can it be done? Absolutely.

That being said, …

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Shorty

Goodhalo Progress: 13,172 words.

I think I’ll call it a night.

On the set of: ART OF WAR. Trying to learn my lines. 6.3.07

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Zombies!

This is a shot with 4 of the zombies and ‘Val’, who is a British Lass who gets killed later on.

Every homeowner’s worst nightmare:
Zombies on your driveway…

This poor gal is getting her arm eaten by ‘Jeff’
while ‘Art DeGuerra’ (Art of War) looks on.

There’s more to come. My character ‘Darryl’ is a conspiracy theorist/geek/Smashmouth enthusiast and …

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Good Times, Bad Times, You Know I’ve Had My Share…

Hiya Kiddos,

Well, I wish I was slapping up a new post up here to say that I got snapped up for agent representation over the weekend, but…I didn’t. In fact, the agent (HR) I thought was a ‘lock’ (if there is such a thing) was kind enough to let me down easy before the long weekend. She sent me …

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The Trappings of Filmmaking

Friends,

In an effort to prove that I don’t just sit and obsess about the status of my manuscripts and future writings, I wanted to share with you a project that I’m going to be working on the first weekend of June.

A friend of mine is making a film called The Art of War. It’s a goofy comedy/action/horror movie …

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So What The Heck Is…

…Goodhalo?

I know this is the big, burning question of the day.
(Even if it isn’t, pretend it is. It’ll make me feel that much more better and…you know, important)

Goodhalo is my first attempt at writing YA/Fantasy/Horror. That is to say, it’s the new book I’m writing for the Young Adult crowd. I sort of think I’ve got a …

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