So, in my last post, I mentioned how amazingly productive I've been. In this post, allow me to once again say that I am amazingly pathetic when it comes to developing an audience.
I do have a few loyal fans (Hi Mom!). I am grateful for the many drama teachers that continue to choose my plays. And there are quite a few nice folks (over 10,000 of them) who bought my picture book, Why Do I Have To Make My Bed?
But I don't have a following... Mainly because I'm not interesting enough to be followed. I once had a stalker, but he only stalked me for about minutes and then he was like, "This sucks, I'm outta here."
So, in addition to my writing, I've decided that I am going to do an experiment. I've got several projects going on this summer. For the next two months -- and hopefully beyond -- I will be involved with several fun projects that will get me a little bit out of my comfort zone. I'll be using this blog and my website (and some other socially-networky things) to promote them. In a few months time, we'll see if any of these things catch on...
And now, without further ado, I present my "Summer of Fun" Schedule:
Monday: Web Comic "Drama Geek" (Monday Edition)
This is a cartoon I've been drawing for a while. It's like Broadway meets the Far Side.
Tuesday: Professor Picture Book
This is a blog I've been brainstorming about for a while. A character named "Prof. Picturebook" and his cat will review children's books in the style of Siskel andEbert.
Wednesday: Castle Writemore
Join Sir Snoresalot and the rest of the castle characters as they share writing ideas with young authors.
BONUS: "Drama Geek" (Wednesday Edition)
Thursday: Movie Question Day
Friday: Camp Omigosh YouTube Channel
This week I will be uploading five videos chronicling the misadventures of the kids at Camp Omigosh, creating a YouTube companion piece to the play & novel.