Category Archives: Writing

It All Started With The Big Bang

As you might have already figured out, Modern Philosophers, being a writer for a late night TV show has a lot of perks. There’s fame, fortune, celebrity, and getting to cut to the front of the line at the grocery … Continue reading

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Body Double

Jack really hated running. In fact, the only thing he hated more than running was going to work, but at the moment, he wished he were at the office. Anything to not be out on the road, sweating like a … Continue reading

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Wait!!! Dying Of Frustration

Sometimes, I hate it when I’m right, Modern Philosophers. I confessed that I was dragging my feet on writing the Season Finale of my TV series because I didn’t want to be finished spending time with those characters. I also … Continue reading

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Banking On A No Interest Pick Up Line

June was just minding her own business, filling out a deposit slip, when the guy approached her. She was an attractive woman, so this was not the first time a stranger had tried to strike up a conversation, but she’d … Continue reading

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I Finished Writing Season One!

I’m excited to announce that I have finished writing Season One of my TV series, Modern Philosophers! That’s no small feat, so I want to take a moment to celebrate the achievement before reality sinks it. Ten episodes, over 500 … Continue reading

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The Magic Of Running In The Rain

My stepmother had a saying, Modern Philosophers, about how only a fool isn’t smart enough to come in out of the rain. So perhaps it’s my stepmother’s fault that I  enjoy running in the rain.  After all, I was too … Continue reading

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My Brain Will Fill In The Rest

One of the biggest drawbacks of being a superstitious writer working on a secret project, Modern Philosophers, is that I don’t have anyone to talk to about my story. I can’t seek out advice, run plot ideas past anyone, or … Continue reading

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