Pictured above are (l. to r.) Thomas Cage as Doctor John Watson, Ellie Cook as Lady Sherlock Holmes, and Emma Lance as Irene Adler.Strap on your video watching cap and enjoy the live performance of "Lady Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Woman in Red," an audio drama written by me and performed by the Atlanta … Continue reading Video: ‘Lady Sherlock Holmes’ at 221B Con
I am happy to announce that the print version of "Lady Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Dancing Cadavers" is now available here! This version includes the original prose story, the audio drama script performed by the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company at 221B Con, and a sneak preview for the second story: "Lady … Continue reading Lady Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Dancing Cadavers
Just my prediction. From an island vista, we see an expanse of ocean: waves rolling gently. An 18th century schooner is close to shore. Two figures sit on the beach; one clad in white the other in black. We hear their voices while watching the ship pull closer. Man in white You brought them here, … Continue reading The final scene of Lost
I’ve been working. No, seriously, I have. Stop laughing. I am working on a serial drama harking back to the old days of entertainment when, rather than sitting back and watching the pretty colors, consumers of said entertainment had to get more involved. I am talking about what is often stodgily referred to as ‘Old … Continue reading So, Tone, whatcha been doing since the last entry?
I am often suspicious of the ‘experts’ who tout their method of writing, especially when their pedigree seems to be primarily start-up/now-gone companies, publications that are little more than glorified sales sheets, or contain the word ‘guru’. In fact, a sure to guarantee that I will not follow you, but I will also block you on … Continue reading One of the best writing FAQs on the Internet