Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Eddie Kritzer strikes again with a new tactic: Posting under someone else’s name. Here’s what “Andy King” had to say on that very old post about Mr. Kritzer.
You seem like a very dissappointed person; your very negative about everybody; why dont you wait till you have a show, a song, a movie, anything positive.
The people you talk about have credits; you don’t; of course you have the right to do so.
You haven’t created anything; perhaps you will?
If it was at all possible to ignore the clear indication that this is Eddie based on the terrible grammar and repetition almost word for word of things he’s previously said, we’d still have his IP address. Anyone want to go explain IP addresses to the poor guy? My concern is what if Andy King is a real person whose identity has been stolen. Perhaps I should send an email just in case.
EDIT: Looking at the website (andyking.com if you’re curious) I’m not totally sure it’s real, and why would he give a real e-mail since any replies would go there? What do you think?
Nicholl 2010: Submitted
ScriptSavvy April: Submitted
Mysterious Director #1: Sent
Mysterious Director #2: Sent
Mysterious Manager: Sent
Family Friend Who Writes on Awesome TV Show: Sent
Mom, friends, internets friends: Sent (If I missed you, holler)
There’s a weird place in my mind that’s decided 86 pages is entirely too short for a screenplay, but 88 is just right.
So, the last 20 pages are all handwritten. It may come in under page count, but that’s OK. I think there are some formatting issues and underwritten stuff that a polish pass will probably add some length. I’m going to type it up tonight and print it out tomorrow to start polishing through it.
I’ll let you know the official three day page count when I’ve got it all typed up, but it should be something like 60 pages in 3 days. EDIT: 58 pages in 3 days, my therapist thinks I’m manic.
Only 20 pages to go.
Up to now, the rough structure hasn’t changed too much, but the characters, tension, and absolute ridiculousness have been taken to their logical extreme. This means that the dominos that have been set up for the farcical ending are totally different. Hopefully, if the set pieces are good enough, it’ll all just fall into place naturally, but I’m still not sure how this ends now. I seem to hit the wall at 20 pages a day, hopefully that means I’ll finish it tomorrow.
Maybe I need to listen to Benny Hill music in my sleep to subconsciously get it going.
So, I’m insanely trying to get through a new draft of Bible Con by May 1st. I decided to do that … um today. And yes, it’s nuts. Fortunately I tend to work really fast when I can focus. So only like… 50 pages to go, so… yeah. But today I wrote something that made me have a giggle fit, and that’s unusual. I don’t generally giggle at my own stuff. I think it’s because it’s really stupid and a little crass.
Anyone have a favorite Christian pickup line?
This is a lesson I will never forget (with the scumbag Eddie Kritzer):
This is the letter I jsut sent him today:
I sent you the letter 75 days ago to terminate my agreement with you. I will give you until This Friday (March 26) to return the $700 (or less before your take our your commission – and I want a detailed listing of expenses, please).
I have other things to do besides calling you to check on the status of my money while I am at work.
If I don’t receive the $700 or reasonable portion thereof by Friday, (March 26), I will be writing a letter to the editor to the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times about your treatment of writers. Frankly, I do not care what might happen to your reputation as a result of my truthful letter.
Send the money to:
Justine A. Cowan
Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.”
Almost everyone I’ve heard from about him hasn’t actually been hurt financially by being harassed by him, it makes me sad that there clearly are people who have been tricked into giving him money and taken advantage of. I don’t know how much the LA or NY Times will care about a small time scam artist, but the local news may be interested in pursuing an investigation. Local news thrives on small time crook stuff.
Forgive the pun.
Housing situation up in the air. Getting packed, finding a place to live. It’s a lot of chaos, so I haven’t posted here much.
I actually wrote yesterday, which was good. F and I wrote a parody (rip-off?) of the Greatest Commercial of All Time.
I need to spend more time writing and less time freaking out. I imagine when there is less to freak me out that will be easier, but I’m not totally sold on that.
I have a friend who is thinking about doing a weekly blog about writing for a newspaper. She started IMing me because she wasn’t super confident about what she should write about or how someone went about doing a blog like for real people, not for like friends. (Her example being that she couldn’t post things like “I found a picture of poo on the interwebs”)
So I came up with a list based on a few things. 1. People like lists 2. People like hate 3. People like advice. Copied from the IM window.
1st post has to be who you are and what you write and why
2nd could be a focus on say a particular genre and what makes it unique (she is focusing on a YA Sci Fi story)
3rd post about how to pick a topic or location that you’d be good at writing, so that’d be about research and why it’s set wherever
4th post about the difference between YA, kids and adult fiction
5th post about an author or person who gets YA literature absolutely wrong (I picked YA over SciFi because SciFi authors get torn apart fairly regularly)
6th post about if it’s possible to separate the author from their work (See Orson Scott Card)
7th post about struggling with the second act
8th post what to do when you have several different endings that could work
9th post about creating a world that is different from modern earth
10th post about something full of rage and hate — maybe how online fiction isn’t taken seriously, or you know, something angry
11th post should address different mediums and how to write for them (short story, long fiction, online, print, TV, film etc)
12th post should be about an author you loved and inspired you to get into writing with some heartwrenching bs
13th should be about whether it’s OK to include messages or to write “message fiction”
14th should be a response to reader questions, which you may have to make up
15th should be about how there’s not enough respect for minority of your choice in fiction at large
16th make fun of Mary Sues
17th 10 ways writing is like poo
18th 10 ways author-you-hate’s writing is like poo
19th a controversial opinion piece like how coming out stories are boring or how cancer made my life better stories are bullshit
20th what’s hardest about writing for you coming up with ideas, or plotting or whatever and how you get around it
Finally, a parody post where you just put in different options that another blogger could simply highlight to tell their story “How my minority status/disability/difficult childhood helped/hurt my writing career”
I will now consult her blog, should she start writing, and check things off the list if she uses them. Maybe I’ll write a couple too…
It seems that Tim has a hankering for SLEEPING BEAUTY… but not really… You see, he’s going to tell the story from Maleficent’s point of view. In fact, it’ll be called MALEFICENT. She was always the most interesting character in that story, but we never knew why she hated those three little fairy wenches… or what indignity she suffered at the hands of Aurora’s parents. Yeah, I’m on board… if only it ends with Maleficent with a sword in her heart in dragon form. Cuz that’ll rule. Think about how long this plotline was carried out over. She has quite a tale to tell. – Ain’t it cool
AAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!! Sleeping Beauty from Maleficent’s POV as told by Tim Burton. I would just like to say “DISNEY!! I have already written this and it is amaaaaaaazing!!!!” I even have pictures!!!!!!!!!! //end freak out (but not really)
I would show you pictures but apparently all my shit from Geocities got erased without anyone telling me that that was going to happen. I think I have a back up somewhere, but DeviantArt isn’t working, so all I can show you is a tiny thumbnail. ARGH, now I’m angry.