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July 5, 2011 @ 7:23 am

I wanted these 2 to have a final point drilling conversation but chloe was already in the room. So I had this screaming match take place in Victor’s head. I hope the dark room works. I had this line I really wanted to use about putting a band-aid on cancer, however I just couldn’t make it work in the conversation.

A couple of these back I highly recommended dead set (I still do). The writer of the show is Charlie Brooker a brilliant british satirist. If you’ve never seen his stuff, here’s an episode of his newest bit of genius. Give it like five minutes, if you’re not laughing your ass off it’s probably not for you.

Any chance I get to promote Buck 65 I take it. I love the song from the new album but the video is incredible.

BUCK 65 “Superstars Don’t Love” from Travis Hopkins on Vimeo.


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Just saw the DeviantArt commission (by chance, I’ve only gone on the site three or four times in my lifetime), and read through Plan B, to here. It’s quite thrilling so far, and I’m looking forward to what wonderful/horrific device/research you’re about to unveil :D.


Thanks! I’m really glad others enjoy my pacing, it’s not for everyone. However, book 2 is much faster paced, locked room mystery in the plan b compound.


Great post, Dani. I agree with a lot of what you’re saying. I’m not quite as eseiblashtd as you are so I still feel a need to keep up the blogging along with lots of social media accounts. I’m starting to get that feeling of wearing too thin, though. I’m less interested in trying out new forms of social media until they’ve proven to be more valuable. Take Google+. It’s great and there are good conversations going on and I’ve got a wide range of new people following me there, but in a lot of ways it feels like I’m just talking to the same people I’m talking to on Twitter.At the same time, Twitter has allowed me to have a community of artists to talk to when I’m living in a city where I know few people. And I’ve also had freelance work come from it.I’ve automated some of this and if you’re interested in keeping Tumblr active, you can automatically post your blog posts there and not have to think about it so much. There are also ways to schedule Tweets, but I haven’t found that to be useful for me just yet. It’s a tough balance to strike and I think you’re probably making the right move for your business.


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