Seanie Blue's rewriting of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is halfway done. The book is at 45,000 words and covers Mary's conception of her monster as she travels with Byron and her lover Percy to Switzerland into terrible weather caused by global warming.
You can read an excerpt by clicking here.
Behind every producer . . .
. . . and every photogapher, or video head, or special efx geek, or musician, or painter, or poet, there has to be a storyteller. This is the number one necessity: a story. And Mr. Blue despite all his other dabblings to critical acclaim is always going to be a person who tells stories. The cameras and operas and theatres and gangs are all designed to make him keep telling stories. You can click here to start reading or listening to his tales.