Thursday, July 21

Movers and shakers

I really don't like it all that much and considering the next week and a half will consist of mainly just moving things won't be fun and writing won't get done at least not at a normal pace. Two weeks from now I should be flying high and doing quite well in the new place and adjusting "la vida" in Los Angeles.

In writing related news, my co-writer informed today that he spoke to our actress/producer friend who is interested in The Ballad of Joaquin Murrieta. She recently landed a big part in a film and will be flying out for six weeks to work on that project. However, before she leaves she wants to get the script into the hands of Gregory Nava which is of course terribly exciting. The next few weeks should prove interesting. I pray that he finds it a story worth developing. Crossing fingers.

2 comments:

The Awful Writer said...

I can sypathise. I'll be moving to LA in few months and it's going to be a logistical nightmare figuring out how to get 2 adults, 1 child, 2 dogs, 3 cats, furniture, stuff, and 2 vehicles 1921.2 miles to LA.

American Knight said...

Wow, I can't even fathom that right now. Kind of puts things in persepective.