Sunday, May 22, 2011
An update on some fronts:
-New article, check it out. Had fun with this one. Here's another one. Maurice is awesome.
-Still waiting on pages on a variety of fronts for some projects. Patience young padwan, patience.
-Site goes live soon for Project Impact.
-Got a couple of opps on the burner which I pray will come to fruition.
-Macho Man Died,which sucks. In addition to the Hulk-ster, Macho Man was a staple of my Saturday morning wrestling.
-Here & here are projects coming up which I'm really looking foward to. With seeing these creators doing their thing, I stay pumped and driven. Thanks.
-Still learning the ropes at the new job, but I'm not stressing as much as I was. I've gotten good marks so far, had some mistakes, but overall, doing better.
-Set up a D&D character for the first time. Pretty fun experience. Will try to get some actually gaming in soon, as schedule allows.
-Breakout Kings is awesome. I'm loving the cast, and cool stories. Looks like the cons are going to get found out by other cons, which is something I've been wondering when would happen.
Friday, March 11, 2011
Head here for a recent interview I did with Nichelle Nichols. :-) Post your thoughts.
Here I go into my shilling mode....... :-)
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I gotta get these books off my shelf, so why not donate to the cause. :-)
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Thursday, January 6, 2011
It's 3 a.m in the morning' and I'm thinking BSG can get a bit depressing at times, and that's the way I like it....
Random thought aside, checka this out. Big props (as the kids say) to Dennis, my guru, my light skinned big writing brother, Mr. Ale Sharpton, etc., etc. This guy's been in my corner since day one, and I couldn't ask for a better boss/ mentor/ editor.
Story in the works for BlackSci-Fi, so stay tuned kiddos.
New job hasn't landed on the doorstep yet, so I'ma keep pushing. Don't really have any choice but to. Waiting on edits for Val's (Pic on right)story, and really need to get this off the ground. Nate gave some kick ass edits for DLG 2, for which I'm eternally greatful. That kid's going places. :-)
Get ready for my wedding to the greatest gal in the world, find a new job (this hours getting cut shit ain't cutting it), write my ass off, find out why my upstairs neighbors feel the need to stomp across the floor like a Chuck E Cheese party gone loco, and etc..