The only thing worse than a blog post cobbled together out of all sorts of short things you don’t really feel like fashioning into a full blog post is a post explaining why you’ve been too busy to post lately. So here is the second-worst blog post I will ever write. Although, to be fair, there is a lot of free stuff in this one:
1) Craft Beer Fans can rejoice at the return of Brew Dogs! Season three starts Wednesday, April 1 at 10pm on the Esquire Network. If you haven’t seen the show, it’s sort of like Top Gear for beer. More of a humor/travel/stunt show than something you need to be a hophead to enjoy. Although if you are, you will. Here’s the great new season kickoff promo Esquire put together for us–
2) My friends at Discmakers just posted a free Story Guide I wrote for them, mostly with my favorite story advice right out of How to Shoot Video that Doesn’t Suck. It’s 10 pages of exercises and story-telling fun, and totally, entirely, free!
Check it out here!
3) Speaking of How to Shoot Video that Doesn’t Suck– it’s holding fast at number one (!) on the Amazon Cinematography list. Sure, I’m bragging. And no, I don’t check my Amazon sales rank every day. Mostly. (As with another famous solo sport, any author who tells you they don’t is lying.)
I mention this not because I wanted to go off the innuendo deep end, but rather to say that there is now an audio version of the book that is also picking up steam. Better still, you can get it free on Audible.com as part of their trial deal.
That’s three FREE things in one post (assuming you already have cable). Not bad for something cobbled together out of parts.
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