Sunday, December 12, 2010

It looks like both of my next direct to DVD movies will be released on February 8, 2011. You can pre-order them both from Amazon now:

I don't know how I feel about pre-ordering, especially because there isn't even cover art up for them yet. I would say hold off until I know more, BUT, when/if you buy Nora's Hair Salon 3 and/ or Walk By Faith: After the Honeymoon please order it through my blog so I earn a little bit (and by a little bit I think it's just a few cents per copy through Amazon Associates) on the back-end that, because I'm currently non-union, the production company didn't offer me.

We had another shoot day for The End. today. It went really well, I wrote three of the episodes, directed two of them, and co-starred in one! Because The End. is a Screen Actors Guild approved low budget new media project I will be SAG eligible once the paperwork goes through. I had to exhibit a special skill or attribute as to why I had to be cast, no spoilers as to what that was... (Hint, it wasn't my incredible beard growing ability, but that is definitely on display). Keep watching every Sunday.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010


The End. can now be seen on SciFinal.

Watch The End. on SciFinal

Episode 7 will be released on Sunday.  We have another shoot day coming up this Sunday, I wrote 3 out of the 4 we're shooting and I feel good about the fourth.  I will also be acting in one of the episodes, and you know how it goes down when I act.

I leave it all on the screen, that's raw emotion right there.  I had to be built back up from a broken shell after that scene.

But anyway, I'm almost done with the projects that I want to be done with before vacation.  Only a couple more writing days and the first draft will be complete, tomorrow will not be one of those writing days though because I'm going to a taping of Conan!  I think/ hope that Jimmy Pardo is still the opening act.

My basketball league's playoffs start Thursday, my team is in second place, exciting stuff.  Speaking of exciting stuff, my wife is getting more and more pregnant as the days progress.  Our unborn child has a tumblr.
Also, I'm going to continue this for a few more days:

My blog's birthday is on December 17th, it will be three years old.  For my blog's birthday I'm going to send a lucky someone a copy of Pastor Jones: Preachin' to the Choir aka Pastor Jones: Heavenly Voices.  All you have to do is comment here as to why you deserve it the most. 

Also, do some of these things:
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Monday, November 29, 2010

Post Thanksgiving Post

I had a relaxing time over the holiday and I wasn't productive at all.  Right before I left though I did a new draft of Happenstances, I love it.

I leave LA again for the holidays in three weeks, there's a lot to do before then.

My blog's birthday is on December 17th, it will be three years old.  I started it twenty two days before I left Maryland to move to Los Angeles for my semester long film program at the LAFSC.  For my blog's birthday I'm going to send a lucky someone a copy of Pastor Jones: Preachin' to the Choir aka Pastor Jones: Heavenly Voices.  All you have to do is comment here as to why you deserve it the most.  I expect a raging competition.

If you want I can also write you a note on it or you can ask me to keep it in the condition that it's in when I buy it used off of Amazon, ha!

You might be wondering, Pete, you wrote a Christmas movie, Johnson Family Christmas Dinner, and it's Christmas time, why not give away a copy of that too?  1) Don't be so greedy, 2) There is an improvised joke that was not in the script I wrote that irks me so much that I don't really talk about that movie too much anymore, I explain the situation in an old blog post here.  So Pastor Jones it is.

Also, a new episode of The End. is up, find it on the sidebar to the right or catch up on every episode here.

Sunday, November 21, 2010


This is the Thanksgiving Episode of The End. I wrote and directed this episode.  This is the first one that I wrote entirely, I've directed all of them that have been released so far.

Just for fun, here is the script!  This site Scribd hosts documents and I've wanted to use it for a while and this seems like a fun one to share since it's produced and the formula for The End. is no secret (and now that we've established that formula we're going to start playing with it in future episodes).
The End. of Giving Thanks


Ash and I are heading down to San Diego for Thanksgiving.  Between Thanksgiving and Christmas I have some important meetings, a lot of writing, and another shoot day for The End., all of which I'm thankful for.

You can catch up on all the episodes of The End. here and follow The End.'s blog here.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Guest Blogging, The End. Of Contacts - Episode 3, etc...

I recently guest blogged on a cool, more popular blog than mine here at Amanda the Aspiring Writer's blog.  I wrote about my journey so far, in general, and more specifically writing Direct-to-DVD movies. Check it out and follow that blog, it's interesting and she gets a lot of insights from different people in different aspects of screenwriting as well as her personal journey.

This is a great episode of The End.  I'm really looking forward to our Thanksgiving episode though.  We had a great shoot day for The End. over the weekend.  Remember to check for a new episode every Sunday.

The End.'s Producer and Star, Bryan Mayer, answered some questions for the Slebisodes Web Series Guide's Actor's Corner.

All this Web Series excitement has got me thinking of my own premise, I'm outlining it now in between other projects and my day (aka night) job.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

The End. Of Marshmallows - Episode 2 and more!

We have another shoot day of The End. coming up soon. We plan on doing about 20 episodes and seeing where we're at by the end of them, if we've found an audience, if there's more we want to do with it, etc. So far it's been a good experience and it's both ignited and rekindled some connections.

I directed four out of four episodes so far, in the next shoot other crew members are going to take turns directing with me.  I've written some upcoming episodes that are going to be great.

Writing quick, short episodes of The End. is a great break from feature writing.  They're only a few pages long, they have easy structure, and they can be really weird without effecting the story/ mythology.  I should write shorts to take a break from features way more often.  I have a bunch of short story premises banging around too.

I'm in the middle of the first draft of the second script I've attempted to write with a writing partner.  Both partnerships have been very different.

The first script I wrote with a partner was the baseball script with Phil. In that partnership we would meet often, we talked, he would give me ideas to add to the story we we creating (the original story was based on his idea), then I would do the writing, give him a hard copy (Phil doesn't do computers), he would give notes, then I would make corrections using the notes I agreed with and debate with him on the points I did not agree with. Another tough thing about that partnership, besides Phil's aversion to technology, was that his memory isn't the best so I would have to debate him on the same point several times. A cool thing about the whole ordeal was, because Phil's hearing wasn't great and he didn't want to meet at the usual coffee shop (he doesn't drink the stuff), we met at a baseball field, which was cool because of the content of the script, but also after a couple meetings Phil told me to look up at the name on the backstop and it turns out we were meeting at Pote Field, Phil's last name is Pote, we met at the baseball field named after the guy I was meeting with.

And it's not like he did it to show off or anything, he's a really humble guy and was kind of embarrassed almost to tell me, he just loved to meet there and it was convenient for both of us.  Plus it was quiet so he could hear me and the weather was always nice.

My current writing partner is a guy I'm working on The End. with, a roommate of mine from the LAFSC.  In this case we both write new pages, he's probably written more fresh pages than I have so far, and we send them back and forth then I tweak and polish them just because I have more experience.  He wrote the outline that we're working off of but we've talked about everything every step of the way.

They've both been really positive experiences, I also would like to work with a partner who has more writing experience than me.  It would be like training with a better athlete, it would elevate my game more than me having the final say like I have had in these past two partnerships.

Happenstances is looking very promising.  I'm not going to get my hopes up but in a perfect world where everything works out ideally it would be shot in 2011.  I don't expect that but I am really optimistic.

My goal (it's important to me to set goals and deadlines) is to finish up these two projects I'm currently writing, at least a first draft of the one and a possibly final draft of the other (no draft is a final draft until the movie is locked in editing, but a "final" draft that my Producer can attach to the business plan).  I would love to write a new spec starting at the beginning of the year so I would have a bunch of things in my pocket to just give to my manager, enter in contests, etc, etc when my baby is born so I don't have to necessarily be thinking of new ideas and writing, just promoting all the things I've already written.

So, watch The End., go to the blog.  Thanks.

Sunday, October 31, 2010

The Beginning of The End. (Webseries)

I changed the template of the blog up a little bit because the template I was using was too old and I couldn't adjust it the way I wanted to.

Now I can post videos better, which is perfect because the first episode of the web series I'm directing was released today!

The End. Web Series - Episode 1 The End. Of Gossip

Find The End.
Blip TV

We hope to release one every Sunday, keep checking back for more info!! We have a great crew and the episodes we've already shot are awesome, we have a bunch of great scripts ready too.

Feel free to go to the blog and click the ads (don't hesitate to click my ads as well). And any feedback on the show is appreciated. Also, if you're in LA and you want to help in any way: craft services, acting, promotions, anything at all, let me know!

I'm also adding a set of buttons to the sidebar so you can get to The End. easily.


Monday, October 18, 2010



Managed by Reno Rankin at Titus Productions and Management.



Nora's Hair Salon 3: Shear Disaster
In Post Production.

Walk By Faith: After The Honeymoon
In Post Production.

Pastor Jones: Preachin' to the Choir alternate title Pastor Jones: Heavenly Voices (2009)
The beloved Pastor Jones is grappling with yet another crisis affecting his church. The inability of the Pastor's church to pay off a loan has placed his famed choir at risk. In order to save the choir Pastor Jones must bring together its two lead members, sisters Tammy and Louise, who have been at odds. Both women find themselves on an emotional collision course over the future of the choir, all while seeking the approval and attention of the pastor. Pastor Jones must remind the church members that pride is a sin, a sin that is tearing the choir and church apart.
The choir enters a local competition that has a surprising effect on Pastor Jones parishioners. Can the competition bring camaraderie to the church, salvage the faltering group, and save Tammy and Louise's friendship?
(Plot summary from and
WGA # 1289030

Johnson Family Christmas Dinner (2008)
This comedy drama focuses on the trials and tribulations that a family goes through, always reconnecting over Sunday dinner. As a mother and father observe the sometimes difficult events of their grown children's lives, they have to pick when and where to become involved. From Alex, who opened a failed restaurant with her husband Sam, to Robert Jr. who's just welcomed a new baby into the world, the dinner table sees its share of laughter and tears, but over time each family member learns that they depend on each other to get through it - even when they're at each other's throats.
(Plot summary from
WGA # 1293335

In Development

The Happenstances at the Yellow County Community Swim and Racquet Club The Summer Before Last
Finalist in the 2010 Beverly Hills Film Festival Screenplay Competition.
Jonathan, a total loser who secretly lives in the guard house of the local community pool, must train a team of misfits, including a struggling artist with webbed toes, a timid teen with a concave chest, and the beautiful heiress of the Comfort Inn fortune, to win the Tri-County Relay Race and save the club from being run by a management company that only cares about money. The management company hires a relay team of ringers including a girl with a prosthetic dorsal fin and a man named Carmichael Schmelps who looks suspiciously like a certain Olympic gold medalist.
WGA # 1332588


Addicted To You
Jake, a producer for the Intervention style documentary show "Confrontation," is devastated when is longtime girlfriend tells him she's cheated on him the night he set to propose. He goes into depression until his next "Confrontation" shoot. When he gets to the documentary subject's hometown he meets a girl named Amber and falls for her instantly. He continues to the subject's house and finds that Amber is the addict he's supposed to be documenting.
WGA # 1410852

Love Bites
Twilight meets Superbad, if Twilight didn't suck (no pun intended). Drake, your average teenage vampire, falls for Julia, the new human girl at Vincent Price High School. Julia's not looking for love, she's still having trouble adjusting to her new town, a monster friendly community in Pennsylvania. Even if they did hit it off, Julia's father, a monster-racist, would have a few things to say about his daughter dating "one of those bloodsuckers, or flesh eaters, whatever they do for fun."
WGA # 1376156

Suicide Watch
A dark comedy, Charlie, an utter failure of a screenwriter, wants to kill himself but when he calls to quit his dead end job at movie rental store Popcorn Movies he is informed that he has to put in a two weeks notice. Charlie sighs and gets ready for his shift that night. He decides that he’ll spend his final two weeks figuring out how best to kill himself by enlisting advice from his co-workers under the guise of researching for a screenplay he is trying to write. Can a beautiful suicide hotline operator make him change his mind?
WGA # 1270560


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Sunday, October 17, 2010

Thanks to everyone who's been sending congratulations to Ash and I, we have been blogging to our baby here.  I think that blog has more readers than this one!

My producer on Nora's Hair Salon 3 tweeted this picture a few days ago.  I'm not sure if this is the official DVD cover art or what it is.

I watched the rough cuts of the episodes of The End. that we filmed.  I'm excited to put out the first episode hopefully around Halloween.  You can follow The End. on Twitter and Facebook.

There are a lot of additions I want to add to my blog including basically an E-Query that I can direct people to that has a list of my produced and spec screenplays, what stage they're in, WGA #'s, etc, etc.  I also found a website called Scribd that hosts PDFs so I can actually post some scripts directly on my blog.  I obviously won't put works in progress up, but produced screenplays and shorts and things like that I can.  It will be interesting (to some) to see what I originally wrote and how it was translated to the screen.

Look for all of that soon.

I think, I thiiiiink, that I might also start weighing in on screenwriting questions that I see on other screenwriters' blogs.  As you can see I've added a Blog Roll to my blog of other screenwriters/ filmmakers and when I'm reading their posts I feel like I have some insight and in some cases I'm further along in my "career" because I have produced work, a manager, and I've had many meetings with producers, actors, writers that I can draw from.  That will also be a cool feature that will break up the simple updates about what script is doing what.

Monday, October 4, 2010

My wife is pregnant!

We're going to blog our unborn child's entire life!!  And you thought the amount of pictures on Facebook of our pug was fanatical...

Saturday, October 2, 2010

The End.

The Web Series I directed is coming along. Here is some teaser art for it.

I'm watching cuts of the first few episodes this week.

For silly post-apocalyptic jokes and real news about the web series follow The End. on Twitter.

My hard drive died the other night and I lost some files but I mostly had my documents backed up. Apple replaced my hard drive for free, they actually upgraded it by 40 GB and put the new operating system on it.

The rest of my projects are slowly coming together, no real news to report. A draft of this, an outline of that, etc.

My basketball team won last night, it was awesome, I love the league.

I'm going to San Diego tomorrow (and by that I mean later today). I love San Diego.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

I put up that picture in my blog title for a couple reasons, 1) it's silly, 2) it adds a little color to the page when you first arrive, and 3) it seems like an apt metaphor. I'm chasing a carrot that is just out of reach but I put it there myself. No one told me that I had to work at night and pursue my screenwriting career during the day but here I am (I've actually had a day or two of a break to do errands and visit Ash at school but the rest of the week I'm back in writing mode).

The picture by the way is a screenshot from True Motivation, a video I did for some contest several years ago that I didn't win. At 47 seconds into the video there's a shot of my back and you can clearly see a large mole that I've since had removed. I also drank several raw eggs for the video even though it looks like I edited around it.

The other night I went to a Channel 101 screening. It was awesome and I hope that once the web series I'm working on is edited that maybe it will fit with their programming. You can watch the videos that are currently a part of the 'network' here and watch my friend's super funny yet canceled series Co-Workers in a Barely Different Dimension here. Channel 101 has a couple claims to fame but I first heard about it through The Lonely Island's series The 'Bu which you can find on The Lonely Island's Youtube along with a bunch of other good stuff. You might be burnt out on I'm On a Boat and stuff like that but there is some awesome Lonely Island stuff out there still to discover.

Other than that, life is great. I can't believe it's almost October.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Recently I did a new draft of my screenplay Addicted to You and submitted it to the 2011 Beverly Hills Film Festival Screenplay Competition on Withoutabox.  Here's the logline:

Addicted To You
Jake, a producer for the Intervention style documentary show "Confrontation," is devastated when is longtime girlfriend tells him she's cheated on him the night he set to propose. He goes into depression until his next "Confrontation" shoot. When he gets to the documentary subject's hometown he meets a girl named Amber and falls for her instantly. He continues to the subject's house and finds that Amber is the addict he's supposed to be documenting.

I was a finalist last year and had a lot of fun.

Last night I live-tweeted Clash of the Titans.  I had some good gems during it, it was a pretty mediocre movie but better than I expected.  I have my men's basketball league on Thursday nights so I changed my work schedule around, now Thursday and Saturday nights are my weekend and Ash works on Fridays so Thursday night might be my movie watching night.  That could mean more LTing to come.

Today I met with Phil about our baseball movie and we made some good strides.  I'll do another draft and then we'll be ready to show it to people.

I met with Phil during the day, picked up Ash and immediately when out to eat, then went home to get some things and went straight to work.  I'm working until 2:30am, hopefully getting to sleep by 3, and then getting up for a meeting in the morning with my Manager and a Director to talk about the baseball movie and another project we have in the works.

Hopefully after that I'll have a chance to hang out at the pool with Ash.  Then back to work Sunday night.

One more thing, has anyone else seen the new IMDb layout?  I'm not a fan.

In honor of my work with my co-writer Phil, who is actually in The Scout. Hopefully our movie will be in the same league one day.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

So, I've added some ads to my blog. Mostly they're for things like Netflix and Film schools and whatever that are related to my blog so that's cool, it'd be awesome if you could click on them every now and then if they seem interesting. For example, if you have a Netflix account or want a Netflix account anyway, use the ad right?

However, I also enabled Amazon ads where I can link directly to movies, TV, etc that I wrote or have some relationship to and, since I wrote my movies non-union and got paid only a couple hundred dollars for each with no back-end deal, I can now make a (small) percentage off of the movies I sell if you buy them directly from a link on my blog. Usually union writers get a cut of the DVD sales, I am non-union and do not, now I can if you clink the links on my sidebar and actually buy the movie or click links like this: Pastor Jones: Heavenly Voices or this: Johnson Family Christmas Dinner

Right now on amazon you can get both of my movies "used" which sometimes still means sealed and new for under $5.

But when my next two DVDs come out buy them here on my blog, I'll make it really easy and I'll let you know when they're available.  Those next two movies are Walk By Faith: After the Honeymoon and Nora's Hair Salon 3 (those are the IMDb pages).  If you have IMDbPro check out my page by the way.

If you want to catch up on the epic sagas of Nora and Walk by Faith, check out these movies: Nora's Hair Salon, Nora's Hair Salon 2 (Full Sub Sen), and Walk by Faith.

I'm preparing to direct a web series, we're having our first shoot on Tuesday (hopefully).  We'll be launching a Youtube, Twitter, Email address, Vimeo, etc, etc for that once we have one or two episodes edited and ready to post.

My basketball league starts tomorrow!  Awesome.

Sunday, September 12, 2010


* Edit: I just got an email saying that Phone Sex? is no longer eligible for revenue sharing because advertisers only want their ads next to family friendly material. I guess it's not exactly for every age group, but what are you gonna do...

Here's some family friendly material instead:


Youtube contacted me and one of my videos (from four years ago) has enough views to be eligible for revenue sharing with Ad-sense, meaning they're going to put ads after or before my video and I earn money based on viewers clicking the ads, or something like that. The video has over 66,000 views, but then again, it's been four years.

Just FYI the video is called Phone Sex? It's a comedy skit about a guy (played by me) who calls a phone sex hotline but his fetish is that he likes the ladies to be fully clothed and he enjoys when girls put clothes on. It's silly, there's some mild sexual innuendos, whatever, it's not for everyone, but the random people who have seen it on Youtube have responded to it. It's no Yelling Goat though.

I don't think I'm going to be able to quit the day job quite yet, I doubt if I'll make more than a few dollars from the ads. I also added ads to this blog because it's all through Google and I already have the account for Youtube, yada yada. But hopefully when I get these webisodes set up they can get some good views on Youtube.

I have another video on Youtube, again from four years ago, that I think is way funnier called Picture Frame. But again, that's not for everybody.

Yesterday I went to my manager's softball game and met Jamie Foxx. My manager plays on J. Foxx's production company's team. I hate to keep name dropping Jamie Foxx but he is a man that can get things made. I gave one of his guys a treatment for a movie and a comedy TV show spec, hopefully they read it/ enjoy it.

Also at the game I overheard a familiar voice talking, I looked up and who did I see but Money Mike from Johnson Family Christmas Dinner. That's the second actor from one of my screenplays that got produced that I've seen in real life just out and about. I talked to him for a while and we might play some basketball, it turns out he's in the same league I'm about to start playing in but a different division.

Friday, September 10, 2010


The movie that I wrote that I thought was going to be released on DVD in September has had it's release date pushed back to possibly February. Birthday present from me to me?

Nora's Hair Salon 3 has an IMDb page and an official release date, March 3rd, 2011.

Happenstances is still in the works, my producer is talking to a line producer and a budget will be made soon.

I have a first draft of the baseball movie I've been talking about, I gave it to Phil and I am waiting for his notes. The day I gave it to him though he read it and called me to tell me he loved it, which is rewarding. I hope to get his notes soon and have a draft we can give to my manager and Phil can start giving it to his contacts as well.

I recently started meeting with some LAFSC alums and friends of friends to do a comedy web series. I'll be directing the episodes, we already have scripts for a few episodes and hope to shoot some in the next couple of weeks.

I also did a variety show/ Chappelle's show type spec for a friend of my manager. Typical Pete, being cryptic, but it would be an awesome job if I got it.

The next thing I'm working on is a new draft of Addicted to You to enter in the 2011 Beverly Hills Film Festival, because that was so much fun last year. I met with one of my professors from Towson/ a Producer on Intervention to talk about the script and he gave me good ideas about the story. If you're a screenwriter, the Earlybird Deadline to submit a screenplay for the 2011 competition is October 1st. Go to Withoutabox to submit.

My new phone and phone number have been working out. If you play the Droid scrabble game WordFeud then look me up, my name is PeterLH.

And one of the most exciting things, to me, I'm going to start playing in an intramural basketball league in Beverly Hills next week!!! Ten games and playoffs. I can't wait.

Things are good at home, Ash started school again so we are deliberate with trying to spend time together during the week, but she loves her students. Summer is a good babe. I've been getting discouraged about the writing things but looking at all the projects in various stages is reassuring, and I've had some stuff made, and I'm young, etc, etc... So I'm not too down in the dumps about any of that.

Here's an interesting article about Intervention by the way.

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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Nora's Hair Salon 3

The script that I "rewrote" recently for Nu-Lite/BCM was for Nora's Hair Salon 3. I didn't actually rewrite the script that the Producer sent me, I started on page one with a blank page and one hundred percent wrote the script they ended up shooting because I didn't want to put my name on the script I was supposed to rewrite. Nu-Lite was totally OK with that and really liked the script I ended up with.

Before I wrote the script I had some research to do.

Nora's Hair Salon

Nora's Hair Salon 2: A Cut Above

They just wrapped shooting the one I wrote, I visited the set and met the Director and have been following some of the people involved on Twitter.

The set was semi-professional, much more professional than Johnson Family Christmas Dinner and the cast of NHS 3 is more accomplished than the previous movies I've written. I've also been seeing the other two Nora's movies popping up on BET recently. I would love if my movie made it to BET.

In this picture is some of the cast, (clockwise) T. Ashanti Mozelle, Eurika Pratts, Annette Greenwood, Juwanna Mann himself Miguel A. Núñez Jr., Director Rico Johnson, and a mysterious hooded figure.

A page of the script. Which is incredible to me on the most basic level that more than just me and Ash read something I wrote, and is crazy that it is going to become a movie. I know that's so basic but I am not jaded quite yet. There were over thirty people on the set when I was there, all of them devoted to making something I created come to life.

More cast, from the left Ray Cunningham, Annette Greenwood and Eurika Pratts again, and Laila Odom.

A picture from the set.

So, at this point I know way more about Nora's Hair Salon 3 than I do about the movie I wrote that is coming out on DVD in September. I'm still not 100% sure what the title ended up being even.

I was glad to get to go to set, there was a lot of improvising going on in the scene I watched them shoot though, so we'll see how much of the page was preserved in the end.

As far as other projects, I did another draft of The Happenstances at the Yellow County Community Swim and Racquet Club the Summer Before Last script for my Producer friend. I'm really excited to give it to her so she can start the process of figuring out a budget then taking it to producers/ investors, etc. Right now it seems like it could actually get made but I'm not getting my hopes too high.

Also on my plate is the baseball movie I've been developing. I'm writing the script now, I hope to be done with the first draft by the end of August.

My job at Intervention is still great, look for my name in the credits Monday nights at 9pm on A&E.

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And I got a new cell phone and a California number. Message me on facebook, twitter, the comments of this blog, etc to get the new number, or call my old number, the voice mail message has my new number on it.

I think that having a California area code, as dumb as it sounds, makes it seem like I'm more serious about having a career out here. I can imagine an agent, producer, etc, etc seeing a strange area code on a query or a script and not taking it into consideration because they have so many submissions that are from LA.

On my new plan it's free for me to text and Gchat, hit me up.

This whole blog is about I'm writing this and that and blah, blah, blah, here is a picture Ash painted of Summer because she's creative and talented too (Ash, not Sums).

Saturday, July 24, 2010

This week's Intervention on A&E:
When Amber was molested as a young child, she bottled up her emotions.
She began binge eating, & became bulimic. Watch her episode Monday
at 9/8c on A&E Television Network.

This is the first episode where my name will appear in the credits. Look for "Loggers" then my name.

A lot of potentially exciting things in the pipeline but I won't be worrying about any of them until after my one year wedding anniversary with Ash on Catalina Island.