This blog tracks a ten year epic of kick-starting a whole writing career, with spies and thrillers and now, vampires. I cover the creative process, stuff that blows up, history, philosophy, and theology. If you like any or all of the above, you'll like this one. We talk about comic books, movies, music, and writing. Usually, all at the same time.
I had figured that I'd have the videos of my very own up by now. And I might. But this is a bit of a bonus. Kevin Dockery writes books on weapons. I even have one of them. At DragonCon, he runs The Armory. And here are three -- count 'em, three!-- lectures he gave on them.
Yes, these are from 2013, but I think you'll like it anyway.
The show was fun if you could turn off your brain and just watch it. Saul Rubinek, though, is a character actor I've enjoyed for years. I also saw Saul Rubinek at breakfast in the Hilton buffet every morning, and I swear he wasn't breaking character.
I'm back from DragonCon. My usual, typed reports will probably be taking a backseat to videos this year. Some of which I recorded personally. However, to start with, I'm found better video taken from other people.
First up, Adam Baldwin, actor, no relation to the Baldwin brothers.
I enjoy just listening to this guy. The actor who usually plays thugs and tough guys is actually a lot more interesting in real life. Enjoy
This is sung by former Nightwish lead singer Tarja Turunen. I'm not sure I'm crazy about the song, Where were you last night? but I can write to it easily enough. But the video is shiny, and I have obviously run out of things to blog about lately.
There is a lot -- and I mean a LOT -- of photos from the Catholic Media Network conference. You can find them on my Facebook page. But if you aren't a fan of The Pius Trilogy on Facebook, you haven't seen them.
Now you can.
In the beginning, there were Catholic Teddy Bears. Lots of Teddy Bears.