Monday, June 19, 2006

Not Dead Yet

When did two weeks become an "eternity"? A girl goes off, has a life for a bit (okay, that's a lie) and everyone worries about her. It's nice to know I'm loved. *sniff* The truth is, I've been writing, working, exercising every night and filling every other waking minute with -- I don't know what. I guess I got distracted. I haven't even been watching TV (SHOCK!!)

But, fear not. I have returned, and I will be posting again on a regular basis. Plus, I can finally say I have a new gig. Starting (hopefully) this week, I will be providing a daily column for Movieweb, primarily to help them with their TV coverage. In the future, I hope to launch my podcast over there too, and will probably offer extra minutes here on the blog.

As a result, this blog will be moving off blogspot and to its own domain. I'll be doing the redesign in the next few weeks (once I've finished with contests and fellowship applications). Busy time ahead, but I'm excited!

Hope you all stick with me for the ride. It should be fun.

10 comments:

Christian Johnson said...

Good to see you back and awesome news about the Movieweb deal. Let me know your urls when all is said and done so I can update the "community."

MaryAn Batchellor said...

You lost me at "exercising".

Bonnie said...

Congrats! And well-deserved!

Chris said...

Huzzah! Well done, you.

RB Ripley said...

Big congratulations! Look forward to the new site and have fun with your applications!

Systemaddict said...

Great stuff Shawna---

Get to keep this up and get paid? What? no way...

Well done

Kira said...

Congrats on the Movieweb gig, Shawna!

Best of luck on the writing and fellowship apps -- I'm looking forward to some quiet, deadline-free, writing-only time, myself. :)

Julie O. said...

Congrats -- they'll be lucky to have you!

Scribe LA said...

Yay! Lots of good changes... much deserved. Congratulations, Shawna!
Cheers,
Scribe
PS: good luck with everything - not that you really need it :-)

The Moviequill said...

funny blog entry on tv writing

http://jerslater.blogspot.com/2006/06/on-writing-for-television.html