http://kck.st/1bPRPwb A friend pointed me to this TED talk today. In it the author is talking about how it is important to write more than one story about a people or people will have stereotypes about them because they know so little about their culture. Well the same is true about the future of humans … Continue reading
The future of fiction – Crowdsourcing and getting paid to write http://kck.st/1bPRPwb Someone once said that everyone has a novel under their bed, or at least on their computer. For most people, that’s enough, just having it there, and it doesn’t matter if anyone sees it. But for others, it isn’t enough. You want to … Continue reading
Lunatics Teaser Trailer – Please reblog. The Lunatics series that I am writing with my husband will soon be ready for a kickstarter fundraiser campaign. Here is our teaser trailer which gives a glimpse of the Hard Science Fiction / Family angle that we are going for. You can support this project by reposting the … Continue reading
There’s a tipping point inside your life when you first learn how to live. Knowing you’re not judged by what you have, but by what you have to give.
What is perspective? Holding a pecan in hand and seeing the tree.
With hope in your heart you drive toward a new life my heart towed behind.
Well, my kickstarter campaign to raise money for the voice animatic for “No Children in Space” failed. We didn’t get the money, but we did get to over 70% before we failed. I don’t know if that is good or bad, but overall it felt pretty sucky. On the other hand, this last Saturday, all … Continue reading
Kickstarter Fundraising Strategy Revised. Hi all! You’ve heard me talk about our Lunatics project. Well the Hail Mary pass did not work. We didn’t get enough people willing to pay for the whole thing up front, so we are paying in pieces. Support this, and this Christmas (or thereabouts) enjoy a beautifully 2D animated cute … Continue reading
WOW, what a day, and night. I just launched my largest kickstarter campaign yet! You see, the economy is weird, and people say that their isn’t a way to get a fair break in this world, and that writers will never be paid for their work. I want to prove them wrong. I had an … Continue reading