Tag Archive | Buffy The Vampire Slayer

Too Smart For Our Own Good

I was on Sonia Mederios’s blog yesterday reading How To Build A Zombie where she asked what the most believable explanation for zombies was. The question was brought on by another blog by Rafael Pinero called Zombies Don’t Work For Me. For Rafael, zombies require too great a suspension of disbelief to be entertaining. This […]

The Hard Truth

I had a different topic to talk about today, but that can wait. I have important stuff to tell you guys. In a nutshell: I’ve decided to postpone releasing Monster Inside Me for at least a year. Maybe longer. This has nothing to do with my personal life. Everything on that front is good. This […]

Butt-Kicking Chicks: Love Series Part 7

From a guy’s point of view, a pretty girl beating the crap out of the bad guys is a wonderful sight, but if that’s all there was to these women, their charm would’ve faded long ago. Way before the butt-kicking chick became popular, I was into them because I’m a big horror movie fan.  Particularly […]

WooHoo! #ROW80 Update

My Goal: 1 hour, but minimum 30min of writing fiction during workdays and 2 hours any day I’m not working. Not much time to write this because it’s been a busy Saturday, so I’ll be brief.  The Put Writing First Initiative is going very well.  I finished off another chapter, which was somewhere in the […]

Hi I’m Broccoli ROW80 Update

My goal: Devote an hour a day to writing fiction. In my last update I mentioned how long days at work threw me off my schedule.  I had every intention of catching up and was off to a good start.  In two hours on Thursday, I wrote 1000 words.  I probably could’ve done more, but […]

I Wish The Cape Was More Inspiring

I had high hopes for The Cape, mostly because it’s very similar to a Batman type character.  Regular dude (Vince Faraday/The Cape) wronged by some other dude (Peter Fleming/Chess) is now forced to right that wrong.  I never get tired of that story and The Cape has that plus other good stuff, but the presentation […]