There have been many people in my career that taught me how to produce documentary series for television. But the most profound was, luckily, one of the first executives I worked with. On the terrific show for Lifetime called “What Should You Do?” during the first season, I learned lessons in storytelling from the wonderful Co-Executive Producer, Monique Hart. Ms. Hart asked two questions at every story meeting. The first was when does the music change? In other words, when d
On my first gig working in television, I was lucky to get hired as the assistant to the Supervising Producer of the Penn & Teller Sin City Spectacular variety show on FX. It was the best of times and I’m not exaggerating. Penn & Teller have always been, and still are, the most talented guys you could work with. Because of their professionalism and creativity, they attract an equal caliber of talent, including the best writers, musicians, novelty acts and top-notch producers.
That’s right. “Free For All,” the follow up to “Baker’s Dozen” in the Lexi Fagan Mystery series has been proofread by…well not this adorable dog Jake but my sister, Heather. I’m fixing and expanding and correcting now. It feels so good to have made progress to the point of needing a proofreader. So, keep writing and someday a wonderful dog can be bored as their person proofreads your book. And remember the tip I gave about using cute dogs to promote your book? H E L L O ! Rig