We’re back with more from Lee Lambert, author of The Illustrated History of Don Post Studios. Tell me how the new deluxe edition of your book differs from the original. And tell me about that cool Frankenstein collectible cover. Lee: The necessity for a second edition really arose out of something that had happened last […]
I’m a lover and a collector of all kinds of movie and TV memorabilia and I love pretend shopping the catalogs of the top collectible auction houses like Blacksparrow. A few months ago, I got an update from the company that surprised me so much, I had to double check to see if I wasn’t […]
Mary Shelly, the author of Frankenstein was born on August 30, 1797, so I’m dedicating this whole week to the pop culture icon that she created – the monster himself. I wonder what Mary would think of what her creature has become. I doubt she suspected that her book would become a classic, let alone […]
I’ve spent the last hour writing and deleting the words in this post. It’s Friday. I’m in my rented office, with no interruptions and no internet connection. There’s nothing to do here but write and usually I’m caught up in the flow by now. Usually. Not today. Today, I keep seeing words on the page […]
WordPress just released a new update: 4.3 aka Billie for Billie Holiday. It’s a small update but a powerful one because it includes three writing shortcuts that will keep you going with the flow.
I have a soft spot in my heart for The Man from U.N.C.L.E; not so much for the series itself, but for the actors who starred in the show. I was quite young when the show was new but I have vague memories of my sisters tuning in every week. I also recall a reference […]
When I moved to California, my goal was to become an entertainment reporter. Once I got the taste of getting paid to write, my goals shifted. I just wanted to work as a writer full-time, I didn’t care if I wrote about tuna fish or TV! I honestly can’t remember the exact order things happened […]