When you get a writing assignment that involves dealing with a con man, expect the unexpected... and expect lies. Doug Richardson continues the wild ride.
When you get a writing assignment that involves dealing with a con man, expect the unexpected. Doug Richardson takes you on the wild ride.
Find out what happens in the continued story of when Doug Richardson's writing assignment brings him on a flight to Paris... to meet a real-life con artist.
Find out what happens when Doug Richardson's writing assignment brings him on a flight to Paris... to meet a con artist.
How do you create a bad guy that’s sympathetic? Or even more importantly, why even create a villain to care about? Doug Richardson explains.
Film location is critical to story -- sometimes location is a character in and of itself. Doug Richardson explains what happened when the powers that be wanted to change the location of 'Die Hard 2.'
Doug Richardson explains the complexities, and sometimes harsh realities, of writing female characters for Hollywood.
Doug Richardson relives the trial of the century when FX gives us another weekly hour of the very excellent The People v. O.J. Simpson.
If your reader doesn't beg to turn the page, your story's pace is off. Doug Richardson discusses cutting scenes to get the pace just right.
Vodka, porn actresses, and golf. What could possibly go wrong? Doug Richardson takes you to a Calabasas golf tournament.