What's it like being a below-the-line girl living in an above-the-line world? Doug Richardson's better half explains about life as a P.A.
From produced to published. Screenwriter Doug Richardson tells the tale of the first time he met someone who was reading his debut novel.
Most of us recognize cops are in the news. From sea to shining sea the Brethren of Blue are, once again Franchise Characters Part 3... Click to continue.
Doug Richardson continues his story of his research of franchise characters in Part 2 of his tale as a tag-along cop.
Franchise Characters? I had a zillion stories yet to tell. Question: Why the hell would I want to lock myself into a singular book series?
I suppose I’ve had some career success. But I would know this only because every so often I am told so. Read on to find out what I mean...
Can a screenwriter be a novelist too? Doug Richardson shares part 2 of his experience getting script feedback and the joys of writing novels.
Think attaching actors will get your script greenlit? Not so fast. Doug Richardson, writer of 'Die Hard 2,' gives insights on how attachments really work.
Some writers might disagree but eighty-five percent of those “golden” development notes are basically worthy of the trash bin.
It was indeed an exciting time for realizing your dreams. To be broke, living by a sliver-thin thread as if real life itself was projected in Cinemascope.