Saturday, March 27, 2004

Crazy Ideas

I always come up with crazy ideas. I am trying to make my own short film, I have designs on recording audio shows for satellite radio, and now publishing roleplaying games.

That's right. I have written for the roleplaying game industry for a while and now I am thinking about starting a gaming company of my own.

Of course, for this month's goals, I still have to hustle and finish my script of "War Paint" and finish building the flying rig for "Levitation". Plus, I'm behind on Traveller's log. I want to finish this 'chapter' and take a short break while I get other matters caught up.

I guess I better get started.

Friday, March 26, 2004


I just got an e-mail from SciFi audio. They are reorganizing and not accepting any submissions. Bummer.

Thursday, March 25, 2004

In A Rut

I'm bummed out today. I have no energy to work on Traveller's Log and I need to go on hiatus with it anyway.

I have a few more queries I can send. I'm getting tired of no replies.

I suppose the real solution is to write some more. I need to do a lot with the script of "War Paint" to make my monthly goal.


Tuesday, March 23, 2004


I got a form letter auto reply from Alliance saying NOT to e-mail or call about the status of a query and if they are interested they will contact me. I already understood that is how production companies work.

I read over the stuff about the punk rocker movie. It sounds like the guy is a student or very small independant film maker who wants ideas and or scenes for a movie he wants to shoot. The best one could hope for is a 'story by' credit in this case. Still, I have some ideas that I think I'll share.

Monday, March 22, 2004


Mondays are my big submission days. I just sent an e-mail submission to Alliance Filmworks regarding my script "Remember Me". It is nice that the film industry doesn't have the same taboo that publishers do about simulation submissions.

Checking on Status

I sent an e-mail to Fantasy Flight Games to check on the status of a submission I made back in December.


I just heard back from a fellow who asked for someone to help write a script about two teen punk rockers in a coming-of-age story. I had sent a sample scene not long ago. He sent me some notes. I'm going to check into them and see if I can't get something going on this project.