May 28, 2010

Not much to report. Still doing writer-business clean-up in the wake of BEA, which means lots of emails, a few phone calls, and some gmail configuration (in order to let me do a video chat with a classroom in Chicago on Thursday). Today’s only points of note are as follows:


  • Saw Prince of Persia. It lazily met the minimum of its action flick obligations, but that’s about all. Alfred Molina was great, but no surprise there. Jake Gyllenhaal’s abs looked nice. Again, no surprise. Ben Kingsley was evil, but you knew that because he had a short dark beard and guyliner. See also: no surprise. Actually, that’s it in a nutshell – Prince of Persia: No surprises.

  • But in other news entirely, this morning Polish rights on BONESHAKER went to publisher Wydawnictwo Ksiaznica – which is as awesome as it is difficult to pronounce! For those of you playing along at home, this means BONESHAKER is finding its way to Poland, France, Spain, and the Czech Republic. Go book, go!

And that’s it for now. I’m going to lounge around and read a bit, then call it a night. Have a good weekend, everyone.

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    li class="comment even thread-even depth-1" id="comment-45459">

    Not surprised there were no surprises. It looked like an unsurprising movie. Although that might make it the first video game movie in a while that wasn’t a complete waste of space.

    As for the sale: You are awesomeness on wheels!

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