Two reports surfaced Friday of interesting scripted projects in the works at Syfy, one being developed by film director M. Night Shyamalan and another an adaptation of sci-fi novel The Lotus Caves.
Continuing the theme of focusing on malware-related cases (last week I posted The Case of the Malicious Autostart ) as a lead up to the publication on March 15 of my novel zero Day , this post describes one submitted to me by a user that took a unique…(read more)
The age-old curse of the writer is not writer?s block or carpal tunnel syndrome; it?s the endless swarm of acquaintances that, upon learning of your profession, immediately blurt out, ?You should write a book!? Here, we investigate some ways to get your erotic adventure mystery or paranormal detective novel out of your head and into the hands of some readers.
In the early 1990s, Mark Leyner became one of the most promising young writers of American fiction. His cult-classic novels, with titles like My Cousin, My Gastroenterologist and Et Tu, Babe, tapped into the collective mind of a pop-culture-obsessed, Ritalin-prescribed generation. Now Leyner returns with a new novel that’s funnier and more feverishly imagined than ever.