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A Filmmaker’s Journal

Turmen Alley A major publisher is considering publishing my novelization of the screenplay for my feature film Over-the-Rhine. Hence I’ve been working on that and had no blog posts planned for today (I sent it to the publisher just minutes … Continue reading

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Finding a Publisher

Oh, the humanity: Am I the only writer who fears he’s lost the magic every time he sits down at a keyboard?  Ah, but then what made me think I had any magic to begin with? Writers wear two colognes, … Continue reading

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All Books Without “Girl” in Title Banned!

New York, April 31, 2016 (United Press Irrational) – For the last eight years, the #1 best-selling book in America has had the word Girl in its title: 2009 – The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo 2010 – The Girl … Continue reading

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You’ve Found A Publisher–You’re Wanted!

Am I the only writer who fears he’s lost “the magic” every time he sits down at a keyboard?  Ah, but then what made me think I had any magic to begin with?  Writers wear two colognes, “l’insecurite” and “l’arrogance,” … Continue reading

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All Books Without “Girl” in Title Banned!

New York, March 12, 2015 (United Press Irrational) – For the last seven years, the #1 best-selling book in America has had the word Girl in its title: 2009 – The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo 2010 – The Girl … Continue reading

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