The Stupid 365 Project, Day 77: Going South

December 18th, 2010

When we lived in Washington, D.C., my mother and father would load us into a car for two weeks every summer and head South. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 11:12 AM

The Stupid 365 Project, Day 76: Spam Detection Made Easy (2)

December 17th, 2010

Okay, this is serious.

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posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 10:24 AM

The Stupid 365 Project, Day 75: Going Through DeMille

December 16th, 2010

Stayed up half the night finishing Empire of Dreams, Scott Eyman’s brilliant bio of Cecil B. DeMille. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 11:56 AM

The Stupid 365 Project, Day 74: Taking the Fifth

December 15th, 2010

Taking Stock. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 10:37 AM

The Stupid 365 Project, Day 73: Ready When You Are, C.B.

December 14th, 2010

Cecil B. DeMille thought big. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 9:46 AM

The Stupid 365 Project, Day 72: Cover Story

December 13th, 2010

To continue with the topic of covers. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 9:45 AM

The Stupid 365 Project, Day 71: A Book vs. Its Cover

December 12th, 2010

So here’s the problem. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 10:13 AM

The Stupid 365 Project, Day 71: Christmas is Canceled

December 11th, 2010

Some of you probably remember that a long, long time ago, when I started this thing, I promised a bunch of original short stories. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 9:48 AM

The Stupid 365 Project, Day 70 (!): “The Tempest”

December 9th, 2010

Munyin and I just watched an Academy screener of Julie Taymor’s production of “The Tempest,” with Helen Mirren as a gender-switched Prospera. Read the rest of this entry »

posted by Timothy Hallinan @ 9:51 PM

The Stupid 365 Project, Day 69: Break for Commercial

December 8th, 2010

Okay, Crashed is well and truly launched, with great reviews everywhere, and — at the time I write this — it’s #42 in hard-boiled mysteries on Amazon, not bad when you consider there are roughly a million Kindle titles. ┬áIt represents a pretty solid number of virtual copies sold. Read the rest of this entry »

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