Movies I’ve seen Recently
Carrie - Skip it
12 Years a Slave - See it
Her - See it
Legend (1985) - The first and most of the second act is a bit tedious, but the last part of the second act and the third act makes this movie worth seeing - barely. See it.
Big Bad Wolves - See it.
I saw her in the theater two days ago and was pretty much blown away. This is an incredibly beautiful, funny, and thought provoking movie. I have have edited my list of the best movies I’ve ever seen to include her. Yes, that’s how amazing this movie is.
Above is a screenshot of my homepage. What is being circled, you say? It’s a link to an excerpt of Tidal.
Yep, I know I talk the talk a lot, so it’s time I walk the walk. You can read an excerpt of Tidal by heading to my homepage and clicking the Tidal Excerpt link. Or you can click here if you’re lazy.
If you have any questions, comments, or observations, you can click on the “ask me anything” link of my homepage and fire away.
Dum Dum Girls - Lost Boys and Girls Club
Progress Report #13
Working on expanding Tidal into part 2 and part 3. Started part 2 and expect to be finished with both parts by the end of July. From July to the end of the year I will work on a different novel set in the same universe, with an estimated completion date of December.
I have started a new project. It is a fictional memoir detailing my life working in a retail store. I’m just going with the flow with this one. As of now, the estimated completion date is December of this year.
Finally, I’m working on a series of short stories under my pseudonym. It will be a sequel to the work of stories that I self-published under that name.
Out of all the projects that I’m working on, the emphasis is stories from the city, stories from the sea (see projects page if you don’t know what I’m talking about). I’m hoping to complete two out of the three books this year, so that I can begin pitching it to publishers at the beginning of 2015. I have established a writing routine of at least one page a day. This will enable me to work without having to worry too much about how long what I’m writing will be because at the end of the year, I know I will have 365 pages, which is definitely a length appropriate for a novel.