Should I Self-Publish? In 2013, I self-published The Gospel According to Breaking Bad. At the time, I was thoroughly onboard with self-publishing as the only "smart" way to publish. The inevitable publishing path of the future seemed the wisest choice. Why would I want to give away so much control of my final product, along with … Continue reading Should I Self-Publish or Get an Agent?
If you ever get the opportunity to visit Albuquerque and you're a fan of Breaking Bad, be sure to grab a seat on one of the ABQ Trolley Company's Breaking Bad-themed tours. Currently, they offer the Bad Tour, a three-hour tour hitting the most well-known spots from the show, and the Bad 2.0 Tour, a two-hour jaunt … Continue reading The Breaking Bad 2.0 Tour: Treading Lightly in Albuquerque
In this week's Breaking Bad news roundup, we talk Better Call Saul, possibly meet a real-life Saul Goodman with an over-the-top commercial, wonder what Giancarlo Esposito's life would have been like had he actually turned down a defining role, hear that Bryan Cranston's doing OK for himself as LBJ on Broadway, and see Breaking Bad … Continue reading Breaking Bad News: Will the Real Saul Goodman Please Stand Up?
Let’s see what’s new in the world of Breaking Bad this week: Bryan Cranston to Star in (Yet Another) Godzilla Remake An immoveable object meets an unstoppable force? This line in the trailer below—“It was not an earthquake, it wasn't a typhoon … and it is going to send us back to the Stone Age. … Continue reading Breaking Bad News: Godzilla vs. Heisenberg, Los Pollos Cocinero, and the Music of Breaking Bad
First, we start with the Breaking Bad news heard round the Internets yesterday: Netflix releases the final eight episodes of Breaking Bad ... and hundreds across the land suddenly took a "sick" day off work. Might I suggest 80 Moments You Might Have Missed in the Last Season of Breaking Bad as apt reading material for when you … Continue reading Breaking Bad News: Relive the Epic Last Season