It is the midnight hour here at the The Desk of Endless Tasks. She has had me coding all evening. It has been a while and it is always nice to to clean up old mistakes no one caught or bothered to mention so I am going with no one caught them. With a quiet afternoon, it is amazing how much work you can actually get done.
Pirate fight club is now training a few new actors. Give us a few weeks and the next show will be even more amazing. The bonus here is that I get to buy new stage weapons. I have to admit that the new polycarbonate castings are amazing and a blast to play with. There will soon be additional acting classes like voice overs, cartoons, and action acting.
In a recent filming expedition, I got to be the guest of honor in a murder mystery. Literally, I was Mr. Body. Let’s just say that my demise was imaginative and my last moments on the mortal realm border on abuse of a corpse, but I wasn’t quite dead yet …
Happily, Geek Tank Radio (http://www.geektankradio.com) continues to grow across the country. Every week, our insanity spread a bit farther. This last week, mail came in from Canada. Good Day to our northern fans. If you haven’t caught the show lately, dive in a give it a listen. If nothing else, you can feel better that you are not us 🙂
November 3rd – Malice in Memphis
If I understand the invitation correctly – I am the guest of honor in the murder mystery. So, does that mean I am a detective or the murder victim?
November 4 10:30 am to 1:00 pm
Desoto Writers Alliance at the Southaven, MS Library for a mini-conference on publishing.
November 17th to 19th – MCFC – The Convention!
Nov 16th – National College/Tech Ed – Finding Your Voice – I Didn’t Know I Lost It
What is voice in writing and how to find yours; the difference between voice & style. Writer’s Block has you stalled – try these tips to breakout of the box.
Dec 21st – National College/Tech Ed – Instilling Humor in Your Writing
Even the darkest of themes can use a little humor. How does humor and horror go together? The humorous laugh versus the nervous titter? Do readers and authors laugh at the same thing? Why have humor? Does the humor flow naturally or do you have to work it in to change the scene?