Are you busy this Saturday, June 7th? Do you like Transformers Rescue Bots? Ever wonder where the griffin in Griffin Rock came from? Well reschedule everything, tune in, and set your devices to record -- there's a new episode of Transformers Rescue Bots airing and I wrote it! In Search of the Griffin's Nest will … Continue reading In Search of the Griffin’s Nest
Several new and interesting projects have strolled into my life recently, and I'm very grateful for each and every one of them. While I cannot yet give details, one assignment was a modern version of an old story format -- the Radio Play. Radio Play? Also known as a radio drama or radio theater, these … Continue reading Writing a… Radio Play?
After a long wait, the first episode of Transformers Rescue Bots that I ever wrote has finally been announced! Prescott's BOTS! will be the seventh episode of season two. Mark your calendars and set your DVR's for Saturday, April 5, 2014. In fact, record all the reruns so you can catch up on the entire … Continue reading Prescott’s BOTS!
There's quite a bit of work I do that I am not allowed to speak or write about. As you may guess, this can be quite frustrating. However, there is a big reason I cannot mention my assignment work. It is also is the main reason only vague references to things often appear on this … Continue reading The Downside of Non-Disclosure Agreements
By all appearances, I simply disappeared from this blog for the last two months. Other than trying to update the Recently Lists, I didn't have any time to post or do much else. Thankfully, I do have a great excuse... Two Assignments at Once After a brief dry spell, I landed two freelance scripts at … Continue reading Double Overtime: Writing Two Assignments at Once
Sooner or later, as your life gets busy and more things are demanded of you, there will come a time when you must guard the clock. You must protect your writing time. No matter what, if you give away that time, you will no longer be a writer. That is the fastest way to having … Continue reading Guard the Clock
Entertainment careers are a strange and funny thing. More often than not, they don't always make sense. This makes career planning something akin to predicting the weather. Like a meteorologist predicting a blizzard, some people are better trained than others at how to navigate the job market. Some guess blindly and miss repeatedly. Others, a … Continue reading Leveling Up