Posts Tagged ‘swashbuckler’

Zorro to get a gritty reboot

Excerpt: I've been a huge fan of Zorro since I watched my first episode of Guy Williams playing the masked vigilante when I was five-years-old via Disney reruns. The sword. The cape. The mask. The horse. It...

‘Sword-crossed Lovers’ & ‘The Piano Duel’

Excerpt: I started dating Kate more than seven years ago. Doesn't seem that long. I first saw her performing at the New England Pirate Faire. In character, she commented about about my sunglasses (comparing...

Are you a pirate or pirate hunter?

Excerpt: A question all swashbucklers need to answer -- to raise the black flag or tear it down -- but sometimes the lines between good and evil isn't so obvious. Such are the first three stories of the...

‘A Pirate’s Honor’ Hits 100!

Excerpt: It was around this time last year that I made the decision to write three swashbuckling short-stories and self-publish them on Amazon for Kindle. I have fellow author-friend Jack Badelaire to thank...

TRAILER: ‘A Tattered Flag’

Excerpt: Last summer I shot a couple if indie movies in which I played a villainous pirate. One of them, A Tattered Flag, just released a trailer recently. I pop up at the 48 second mark, and again a little...

Quick Thoughts on BBC’s ‘The Musketeers’

Excerpt: BBC's The Musketeers just aired it's third episode last night, and I feel like that's a good enough sample size to gives some thoughts on the show. Being a huge musketeer fan, and a swashbuckler...