How to Take Guilt Free Naps.

In some interview of Robert Kirkman, writer of “The Walking Dead”, when asked about his writing habits before he became successful, he said ” be prepared to sleep as little as possible”. He still had his day job, he would write whenever he could, staying up late, waking up early and so forth. If you’reContinue reading “How to Take Guilt Free Naps.”

Progress Makes Perfect.

I cleaned out my desk the other day. Where deep in back I had some screenplays that I had written a couple years back, when I first attempted to write movies. I think writers are always changing. If you look at some of the most famous authors, you’ll see their writing change through out theirContinue reading “Progress Makes Perfect.”

Handy Dandy Notebook; it’s something “Blue’s Clues” taught me.

If you were a kid in the late nineties to the early…. 2000’s or whatever, then you’re familiar with the show Blue’s Clues. It was decent show; that was until Steve left and his brother took over…. There was a good lesson I took from that show and I think everyone else should too… and it wasn’tContinue reading “Handy Dandy Notebook; it’s something “Blue’s Clues” taught me.”

Three things that lead to success. You need two.

To succeed, you need two of the next three things. If you got all three, consider yourself successful. 1. Talent. Ah, you were born with god given ability to run fast. Great hand-eye coordination and lighting quick feet. You have physical talent! Someday you’ll be playing a professional sport. You can draw, your pencil justContinue reading “Three things that lead to success. You need two.”

Selling a spec is a lot like fishing.

Selling a spec screenplay is a lot like fishing. I had just done a mass send out of query letters for my latest screenplay. I had received multiple rejections immediately days following. This in the fishing world, were line tangles. They happen quickly and although frustrating, you somehow manage to untangle the line and keepContinue reading “Selling a spec is a lot like fishing.”