Then what does Colorado have?Â …mountains?Â Let me see them…all right, you win this round.Â Keep tuned to the Now? section for pictures of our many adventures!
We’re in the Denver area, hanging out, attempting to not count our chickens before they’ve hatched, and look for work.Â As it stands we haven’t found much on this continent aside from one offer for Lindsay that she’s not keen on but will probably take on the short term.Â This has forced us to think “outside the box” and really “utilize other corporate speak” to “maximize our creativity” or something.Â I don’t know.
On the writing front, now that I have time, I’ll be focusing more on some comic book projects.Â My goal is to have at least a single-shot book done by the time we leave here, perhaps a week or two, and ready to send to an artist.Â At least then I’ll feel as though I’ve done something creative.
On that same front, however, I finished up a spec script for “The Office” and am attempting to shop it around.Â Problem is, I’ve never written a spec before and probably got a lot wrong.Â Like, a lot.Â Based on the response so far, it’s not bad but needs quite a bit of work; which is great.Â I’m all about feedback.Â And while comments from family and friends have been great, it helps to get some from people in the business or who might be more critical then thoseÂ with a vested interest in saying such glowingly wonderful things.Â So, maybe I’ll work on another spec, an hour-long drama of my own devices or something already on air, and see what I can do with that.Â It’ll be a back burner thing, so I don’t expect anything, if ever, to happen from it in the near future (this year).
Going in a direction that I haven’t gone in a while, SoulPancake.com has announced that they’ve signed a book deal and will be putting out their first tomb next fall.Â Check out this Entertainment Weekly article for more information on the book to be written by Devon, Golriz, and Shabnam’s incredible minds; their fingers will remain attentive to the SoulPancake site.
With all those updates made, I wish to end this transmission with an awesome image Lindsay found earlier today.
There’s a lot of octopus art out there, including Henry Warren’s beautiful work on the header, but few are as epic as that black and white wall print.Â Take care, y’all!