October 24, 2013
Working on a book proposal for our Route 66 project. Got some great advice from the Top Secret Writer's agent, to wit: A good book proposal should do four things: Define the book's audience. Describe the book generally and specifically. Explain why your book fills a void. Why you are qualified to write the book.
Okay, I can do most of that.
Whipped out a little study this morning:
We finally got the official photograph of our Emmy win last Saturday night:
I couldn't help but let out a big Yahoo, when "Outrageous Arizona" won an Emmy. Here I am with Kelly McCullough of KAET Eight (PBS) who looks slightly bemused, or is that embarrassment. The moral: yu can take the boy out of Kingman but you can't take the Kingman out of the boy.
Here's an ad for the show we won the Emmy for:
And yes, the DVDs are still available on this site. And one of the more outrageous stories in our documentary was the Legend of Red Ghost:
I wish I could say I knew we were going to win, but you know what they say about certainty:
"Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd."