Saturday, November 23, 2002
Put more effort into the store today.
I may set up different "Stores" featuring different images of me, and the stuff folks really want to see -- my hair. For an example Click Here
Today was a wonderful day out here in Texas -- and a great day indeed for some outdoor publicity shots to be taken.
Hopefully I'll have those up in the next week. I've also been working on making a store front for items using my photos of the Diana Tributes at Kensington Palace.
Click Here for what I've put together so far. Including two 2003 calendars.
(I'm also doing a shop with items featuring images of me as I've gotten a lot of e-mail requesting just that.)
Friday, November 22, 2002
Been writing more on my novel today -- and remembering just how much I love having a few days off to simply write what I yearn to write.
That said I did find a little time today to watch the miniseries Degree of Guilt with David James Elliott and Daphne Zuniga. Surprisingly well put together, though I can see why they say it was based on two novels, as the two halves of the miniseries seem to each be one novel. But they tied them together well and used one half to introduce characters that would be used again in the second half.
All in all a wonderful day.
Thursday, November 21, 2002
Didn't get my Die Another Day review up today... so maybe I'll make that a goal for tomorrow. For now, I'm working on a novel, and loving my flexible schedule with PopArtsPlace.com!
Tuesday, November 19, 2002
Die Another Day
Tomorrow I hope to post a review of Die Another Day for PopArtsPlace.com in the movie section -- but for now I'll simply admit I enjoyed the film even more than I hoped to.
Usually when I go into a film hoping to like it I end up disappointed, but this one managed to live up to some fairly high hopes!
Sunday, November 17, 2002
The Mitzi Kapture flick Perfect Crime just ran on Lifetime Movie Network -- and it is a wonderful film. Well written, and well thought out, a man is tried for murder when there is no body, no murder weapon, nothing but motive and a missing woman, who happens to be the wife who was trying to divorce him.