Thursday, January 7, 2010

Ages Undreamed Of vol.3

Here are some trailers for a movie I am going to go see this weekend for research sake. Looks like it covers a lot of the same ground I have for Heroes of the Fallen.



9 comments:

Tamara Hart Heiner said...

Looks interesting. Let us know how it goes!

Karen Jones Gowen said...

Bruce and I are going to try and make that. I'm just hoping there aren't crowds of people.

David J. West said...

Sorry Karen considering its the weekend at the Expo Center (Home show and a Gun show)-expect vast crowds.

Krista said...

David, I read your blog and I come away feeling very lacking in 'edge'. Do I need more edge? Maybe not if I just visit here every so often, haha.
I am very interested in this movie. Would you post a review? I've written a post-BOM novel set several years after the battle at Cumorah. There are swords. I am afraid of what you might think of it, but I have to ask if you would be interested in taking a look?
(Gee, that was very edgy. Maybe I should collect some swords or pipes or something.)
I figure, if you could believe it, others might. Know you're busy. Thanks.

David J. West said...

Thanks for dropping by Krista, since you like Van Hagar and your novel is based up at Lake Flathead-which I know very well-(Cody too)become a follower and e-mail me the novel, I'd love to look it over.
There is always time for my favorite setting.

Voidwalker said...

I love video's in posts, but I can't check em at work, so I'll have to see it tonight when I get home.

David J. West said...

All good, until I got wireless I didn't have the paitence to check anyone'elses either.

Voidwalker said...

Ok, so I got to watch (don't look so shocked, I said I would lol) and actually this is the kind of stuff I get sucked into whenever I'm privy to someone else's Cable Television and I switch over to history or science channels. It's just so intriguing, yet I imagine how difficult it would be to capture that and put it into writing. Do you find it difficult to write it into an entertaining manner, or do you just utilize the information for reference sake in your writing?

David J. West said...

For me it's just showing little pieces here and there, the tip of the iceberg so to speak.

I try and make sure that I don't info-dump anything into the story. That the 3rd person narration of description gives detail and fills out background but that none of that interferes with the true purpose--telling a great story.

Keep up the great questions and your own phenomenal blog and I'll just have to end up sending you a copy to review.