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Criminal Minds · 14h ago

From the page to the screen

How do books you love stack up to their film adaptations?by Dietrich KalteisI think of cha...
Criminal Minds · 1d ago

The Good, the bad and the not so bad

By R.J. HarlickSorry, people, I thought I would be able to write a blog in my rush to head out west, but I’m afraid I have run out of time. So I thought I would resurrect a blog I wrote a few years ago.  By the time you read this I will be winging my...
Criminal Minds · 2d ago

The Film Adaptation

Terry Shames and the Film Adaptation
Criminal Minds · 5d ago

This is my Brain...

How do you keep the balance between that little world in your head and the real one?by Pau...
Criminal Minds · 6d ago

Balance? Moi?

"How do you keep the balance between that little world in your head and the real one?"by CatrionaAt the risk of sounding like Lady Catherine de Bourgh, if there was only one it would be a skoosh. Not that Lady Catherine ever used the word "skoosh" bu...
Criminal Minds · 1w ago

Head out of the clouds? by Cathy Ace

Criminal Minds · 1W ago

Otherworld

"How do you keep the balance between that little world in your head and the real one?" It does not seem to be a problem, at this point. Maybe someday I'll have to worry, if I start calling m...
Criminal Minds · 1W ago

Keeping the Doors Open

Q: How do you keep the balance between that little world in your head and the real one?-from SusanA: What? You mean the one in my head isn’t real? Once a story gets into my head and I start telling it, it’s as real as the life off the page most of th...
Criminal Minds · 1W ago

Present And Accounted For

Are there tricks you use to get yourself into that space where everything just flows onto the page?The Muses. So vital. I've oft considered erecting a shrine to them, but then Los Angeles ha...
Criminal Minds · 1W ago

No Apples. No Bath. No White Coat.

by Alan Agatha Christie fueled the muse by munching apples in the bathtub, Jack Kerouac typed On the Road on an endless scroll. James Joyce laid on his stomach in bed, wearing a white coat, ...