On Saturdays, I do a special feature called Saturday Boners where I review a truly god-awful movie. This week was Lord of Illusions, the Clive Barker flick from 1995. Last week was Death Proof, and the week before that was Dance of the Dead, which not even Robert Englund could save.

In other news, we go to take care of taxes today. Urgle. H&R Block makes it pretty painless, but seeing how much of the return gets eaten by MY taxes makes me cringe.

The new project started moving again, which is awesome. Chapter 9 is done and Chapter 10 is about half-done.

So, here’s a question for you: Let’s say you were writing an awesome book, and all of the chapters turned out to be roughly the same length. Would you attempt to serialize it through a magazine, or would you shop it around to agents or publishers first? There’s a bit of confusion, I think, about the best way to go about getting seriously published, and both of these methods have been used successfully… but… I think you see where I’m going with this.

What do you think?

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One Comment

  1. February 1, 2009

    I hated Death Proof, it broke my brain.

    On the other matter, I’m not sure. Maybe shop it around to publishers as one piece first?

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