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My autobiography is here and finally done! This has literally been in progress since roughly 20 years ago, and I am finally glad to share it with you!! A Movie Making Nerd is a personal account of my origins, starting with an early love of making home movies before the rise of the internet and digital video. I candidly detail moments of both triumph and failure in both life and filmmaking—from my time in special education school and struggles during adolescence and college, to personal relationships, finding employment, and raising children. Every recollection in A Movie Making Nerd, whether happy, funny, or painful, shows how one might turn a childhood hobby into a life-long calling. Thanks for reading!
KeithNovember 23, 2022 at 11:46 am
I’d like to read this. Any chance of an audiobook read by the author?
Luc (Alex) TaylorDecember 29, 2022 at 12:27 am
Thank you for your book! I just finished a few minutes ago and wrote a review on Audible and am shouting out on Facebook.
I can’t believe some people didn’t like the Polybius episode. Can’t imagine!
Between this and that video John Green just put out about Auld Lang Syne, I swear the world is trying to make me emotional!
Kev SmithJanuary 11, 2023 at 8:17 am
I’m around 200 pages into the book currently. It’s been a very enjoyable read so far and an interesting insight. To reply to the previous comment, I though the Polybius episode was great, but seeing as it was so different to other AVGN episodes in terms of its tone, I can see why some may not have liked it as much. I certainly would love to see more episodes with the subtle horror overtones like that one had.