Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! What a year we’ve had. Dare I wonder what other things are in store for the remaining weeks? Should we all just keep our fingers crossed? My 2020 experience began with a hospital stay, followed by several weeks of recuperation (where I was either bedridden or limping). In late summer, my time at Warner Bros. came to an end due to extensive company restructuring. Far-reaching changes there are still being made, and I’m sad to see that it’s impacte
Here's an update that I wasn't even aware of until a friend pointed it out to me. My feature script, IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THADDEUS THACKERAY, was originally a semi-finalist (top 100) in this year’s Table Read My Screenplay competition, for the ACTION/ADVENTURE category. Well, the final winners have now been announced, and while the script didn't make the top of the list, it did place within the top 10... More on my screenplays can be found through this page on my website, as w
Endearing little story to share with you tonight. A young couple lives next to our townhouse with their two little children. I've chatted casually with the couple a few times, and found that we shared the same political leanings -- as well as shared apprehension over the (then pending) presidential election.
So following Biden's speech tonight, I walked over to my neighbor's house with a little bottle of sparkling cider. I knocked on their door, and the wife answered.
The initial rounds of selections have been announced in the SCRIPT2COMICS contest, and my feature screenplay "In the Footsteps of Thaddeus Thackeray" made the quarterfinals, while my short script "Spruce Up the Holidays" made the semi-finals. Over the past year or so, I've been submitting my scripts to a number of contests. They've received a few mentions and rankings within a number of them. If anyone's interested, you can check out my SCREENPLAYS page to find out more. Both