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With that being said, we have launched the campaign to fund CHAPTER 4!
With three Chapters finished, we are just one episode away from completing this first 4-part mini-series on The Road to Revolution.
This episode is highly anticipated as it will pick up where “Chapter 3″ left off. If you haven’t seen Chapters 1-3, you can view them HERE!
Will Laud be ordained by the English church or will Joseph Baines’ words prove prophetic from Chapter 3: “I do not believe you will ever see London?”
Will “ambition” mean climbing the Anglican hierarchy or will justice be served upon the Reverend’s head as he takes what he wants without fear of the physical or spiritual consequences? Continue Reading »
What makes a story worth your time?
I’m a little embarrassed to admit it, but I can remember looking forward to “Happy Days” installments when the show first began running in 1974. That would have been around 8th grade for me, and it might have had something to do with thinking high school would hold moments of gorgeous mystery — a girl who looked like Linda Evans saying yes to the prom, the Beach Boys showing up for your birthday party, dad presenting you with a chrome-heavy convertible red Corvette. Continue Reading »
We’re at the “plot points” stage of episode #4, where we debate what happens to whom, how we match it to the events of the era, and what we have the means to attempt. For example, in this next episode, we’re very confident that Reverend Laud, in a flash back scene, needs to give a pretty spirited Whig (read patriot) sermon. Else why would Silas ever hire him for the Courage pulpit? But, wait, why would Laud be giving a liberty sermon when he can’t wait to be ordained into the King’s established church? Continue Reading »
We put out the word on pre-production for our first episode 3 meeting yesterday, and the Hawk’s Head Tavern was nearly full of the Colony Bay crew, anxious to weigh in on the next episode, “A Snake in the Garden.”
I don’t believe in writing by committee, but one of the most gratifying things about this team is their passion for story, so I wrote a “plot points” outline and they all gave me some great finishing ideas for increasing tension and deepening our investment in character. Continue Reading »