Holiday episodes for TV shows can always be a little schlocky, or stall character development…
The challenge of writing Los Angeles properly for my current projects, and the 3 films I think do that best.
What’s the word for it? I’ve been lagely focusing on Gunn & Balloo, a mystery-comedy…
An excerpt from my next buddy cop comedy novel, Gunn & Balloo, as well as a perspective on why, when sad, I prefer to right funny rather than dive into melancholy.
A look at the scope of continuing work on Drawful the Awful, and where I’m at in my love for this story.
Inspired by Taylor’s lyric: Whiskey on Ice/Sunset and Vine, Taylor enjoys some Whiskey at an eatery just by that actual intersection: McDonald’s.
It’s all well and good to have a hammer and know how to swing it, but without a nail to pound in that holds things together, you’re just making noise.
Wherein Princess Brooke faces up to what her kingdom and society think of her, with some help from her dragonly friend.
Wherein a wizard and an oracle meet, and a well meaning sorceress finds her patience taxed.
Wherein the Kings go through a cabinet meeting, but a Duke’s manipulations finally take hold.