Posted October 15, 2016 13:30:17 A couple of months ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with an unknown author (a pseudonym, as it turns out) to discuss the writing process of his book, Cannon TV series.
The interview took place in late April, so I wasn’t privy to the final product, but I was able to get a taste of what was on the table for the author and get a good sense of his motivations for making the journey of writing a Cannon TV show.
The author and I met in person to talk about the book.
I had a lot of respect for the way that he wrote the story, and while it is a pretty big-budget sci-fi show, the author has a clear vision for how he wants the story to unfold, and his writing style and pacing is very deliberate.
I also got to talk to the author about the process of getting his series published.
We sat down on a beautiful spring morning and started by talking about the origins of the project.
I mentioned that he had been working on a novel called “Grim Harvest” (which has since been adapted into an HBO TV series).
“I started this project in early 2016,” the author said.
“As far as I can tell, there is no way I can sell the book because it’s so much work.
I started writing it in 2015 and it was like a game of chess for me, because it was so big and I had to figure out a way to tell it in a way that made sense to everyone.
So, the first year I had this story, it was really hard to get anyone interested.
And then the second year, I started working on the second novel, and I was like, OK, let’s get this done.
So I’m kind of waiting for the third year.”
After spending some time on the book, he was looking for the right place to publish it.
“I wanted it to be released in 2017 because that was when it was going to be the first novel I wrote,” the writer said.
“And I wanted to do it at the same time I started the second book.”
So the second season of the series was written in the fall of 2016 and released in April of 2017.
The first book in the series, “A Fistful of Fools,” was released in November of 2015.
It was a great experience, the writer told me, and it made him think about the challenges he was going through, and he felt like “I have a lot to learn.”
He went on to say that he was excited to release his third novel, “Penguin,” in 2017, but that he felt he had to take a long time to get it out.
I asked the author if he had a favorite Cannon TV shows to write about, and the answer was a definite “A Night at the Museum” (ABC, the network behind the popular PBS series “The Nightly News”).
“My favorite Cannon series is ‘Night at the Muse,'” he said.
“I think that the art and the storytelling is really strong in ‘Night’ and ‘Nightly News’ and that’s something that I really admire.
I think that ‘Night of the Muse’ has such an amazing art direction.
I would love to write a series about ‘The Night of the Moon’ because I’m not sure how it would be able to work and how the art would work, but ‘Night the Muse,’ I would love it.”
I also asked the writer if he was tempted to write something for HBO.
“No, I’m very hesitant to do that because it feels so rushed and the writing has just gotten so long,” he said, sounding like a man who has been reading a lot more than the book he is writing.
“But I think HBO is a great network, and they have been great for me.
They have done some amazing shows, and that is why I am so excited about their future.
When it comes to Cannon TV, the book has been a great guide, and when I was writing the series I was really looking forward to it and seeing where it would go, but it seems like the best place to go now is Netflix.”
The writer added, “I feel like ‘The Book of the Dead’ has been such a hit for Netflix, because you have so many characters and so many different stories that can be told.
The book was a lot like that.
It’s really a big-hearted story, but at the end, you get a big payoff and a great conclusion.
So it’s definitely a great place to work, and hopefully I will be able with Netflix to work on a lot longer.”
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