sillier than others, some drone on and on, but
hopefully they all appeal to someone.
Either way, I have fun making them.
outside musical help, (I only wrote the lyrics,
from Regan's perspective I put together a music
Regan Grier (a fictional character from my first
book) always wanted to be a rockstar, so...
The art is done in a sloppy-silly fashion, as I
don't think my usual style fits well.
always liked the idea of 'character interviews',
but they've always been text-only affairs.
I thought I could make a video out of one
instead. I got
Tabitha Ormiston-Smith to chat with me
as I played the part of Lenth, the main
character of Rubberman's Cage.
resulting ad-libbed text is the script for this
And then, just because I got a silly idea, I
filmed an interview with a Rubberman.
It's only three minutes, and far sillier than
Rubbermen are in the book.
The next four videos are specifically about my
writing, then each book in the Lifehack Series. After that,
things get progressively sillier.
Echoes of Erebus:
been overly thrilled with most 'book trailers'
so I decided to do some readings to video
instead. The first one ended up a little bit
trailer-ey in editing- so first, here's the
prologue to Echoes of Erebus:
Then I decided to do another scene from EoE,
chapter 2, section 1. I.... I am both proud and
ashamed of the result:
one was my first (and best) flash animation.
After the credits are some scenes from the
The next one is aimed at fans of the game "Castlevania:
Symphony of the Night.", but even if you aren't,
it's a little bit fun still.
This next one is mainly an experiment to get one
of my old S3M tunes onto youtube. Lacking a
video for it, I just tossed in some of my art.
If you watched any of the first 4 videos on this
page, the tune will sound familiar.
this was my first attempt doing a book reading
for youtube, but instead of my own books, I
chose a book from a series my 6 year old enjoys.
And I'm so sick of them. So my reading is a TAD
different than what I expect the author
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