Many writers dream of their novels in movie form. I go a bit further and actually cast actors into the roles. Who made the cut for Blackson’s Repentance? Read on.
I’ve mentioned before that I happen to be a superhero prose novel aficionado. At the moment, I’m reading a Daredevil novel called The Cutting Edge by Madeline E. Robins and I’m enjoying it right from the get. I’m only 24 pages in but I have a feeling about this one.
This is not the same feeling I got when I started Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Empyre. I should have taken that as a sign.
I looked at the text. I haven’t posted anything since April. You’re probably saying, “What’s wrong with you Easton? Are you lollygagging over there?” C’mon, son (those who are fans of Psych will know that reference). You should know better than that. Let me give you the 411 on why it’s been such a long pause in between posts.
There’s so much to do here at RIU HQ and sometimes, we can get a little sidetracked. We had to regroup and reprioritize to get back on the wagon and this summer is gearing up to be the busiest time we’ve had in a long time with the release of Blackson’s Revenge and the goal to have the whole trilogy released by the end of August. Oh yeah. It’s about to get hot up in here.
Well, you probably knew this was coming. You had to have known this was coming. So let’s get cracking and take a look at the writing in Avengers: Infinity War.