Tonight I was a guest on NonProductive! radio – a show that focuses on pop culture and all things geeky! The name of the episode
The Top Cow Talent Search is over and the winners chosen. Matt Hawkins sent a mass email stating this years Top Cow Talent Hunt winners will
When I heard that Top Cow Inc. was holding a Talent Hunt for two unpublished writers and two unpublished artists, I just knew I had to give it a shot. What a dream come true to it would be to write a one-shot or mini-series for a company like Top Cow (home of Witchblade, The Darkness, etc.)
Does the end of Ashes to Ashes have to mean the end of our beloved Gene Hunt? Absolutely not! Gene Hunt is the perfect antihero who deserves to live on through his own comic book!
Gene Hunt the perfect antihero!
Being the antihero has always been the rage in comics! Wolverine, The Punisher, and even Rorschach from The Watchmen are gloried by their method of dispensing justice. Gene is no different and with myself as head writer, a comic book could definitely be a hit. Whether it’s a mini-series or just a one issue special!
Gene Hunt is a complex character and there’s much more
Sum Up Your Story In One Sentence
For the longest time I DREADED being asked “Can you sum up your story in one sentence?”. How could I possibly sum up my story, with all its many plot twists, in one sentence?
The only way is with practice, of course. So that is why I’ve spent most of this week writing a one-sentence description for my stories. It’s been challenging but it’s also been loads of fun.
I knew a one-sentence description was important but I just didn’t know how important. If I can’t grab an editor or publisher’s attention with that one sentence then I’m almost guaranteed they won’t read my pitch/synopsis.
In a way it’s like writing a movie tag