With historical fiction, the exposition/scenery is always important. “Chew the scenery”. That’s what makes historical fiction great.
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Get Where You Want to Go
As my kids are getting older, and each are showing an affinity for lives in the creative fields, I wanted to share some thoughts on how creatives can get where they want to be, faster. I listen to marketing podcasts all the time, (Seth Godin’s Akimbo is excellent). I...
The Other Side of BJ Harrison – Scenic Art
Well, here are some photos of some of the work I'm doing right now. Apart from the Classic Tales Podcast, David Copperfield and another audiobook I've commissioned, I'm working at Evermore Theme Park. This is preliminary work for a 30 acre theme park, which will be...