An Eye In Shadows, Brian Keene, christianity, Facebook.com Findings, Glendale Heights, H.P. Lovecraft, Heavy Metal: The Literary Heritage, HORROR, Investigative journalism, Kealan Patrick Burke, Legend Keeper, nickolaus pacione, Richard Matheson, Rockaway: 6000 Village Idiots, Tabloid Purposes, Walter Cronkite
“You shouldn’t make friends. It’s not a good thing to be friends with people you’re covering. There’s just no point in doing it. It’s tempting, but they’re not going to consider you their friend anyway. They just know that you’re somebody that can do something for them. So you shouldn’t really flatter yourself that they want to be your buddy. They don’t… They want you for some reason or other, and you just have to fend that off all the time. And you can’t really cover people critically that you’re friends with. How would that work? That would be bad. So you always have to keep that in mind”
The kind of journalism I am prone to with my blog – there is an organization for those who are the investigative journalists; the ones who go in hard and sometimes don’t come out in the name of getting the story. Sometimes with Investigative they end up becoming part of the story and that’s the scary aspect of this style of journalism.
I am pressing what I found on another website in my searches and I had saved the link as a draft so I can add more to this. I do a more underground version of this with my tumblr.com blog as I show my findings on youtube.com and facebook.com.
My new stories I am doing play up a lot of my investigative traits and do a lot of fact checking within the pages of my five year memoir’s preparation for re-emergence. Emma Audsey claims to have doen’t her research on me; her true research. She doesn’t talk with my friends from Glendale Heights, guys be careful who try to get in touch with you because some in the business will try to friend you on facebook.com because they only want dirt on me. Robert Champion, sadly, fell into that trap too. He says he’s got unrealistic goals as he’s an artist – the difference between me and him is this. I have realistic expectations as a writer and publisher. You’re going to get to play on my own Spotify.com with this one — this blog entry I didn’t pair it with a heavy metal album because it would be insensitive of where I am going with it. If you’re not listening to heavy metal before — when you see my Spotify.com; you will be looking for heavy metal that’s less than radio friendly. When you listen to this kind of stuff thumbing around ProCon.org. You will find a lot of fun in the investigative journalism that shows in my fiction. My playlist is known as The Maven’s Den.
Jet gave the hat tip via the vampirefreaks.com facebook public page on this one. I am going to pass this along to everyone who wants to see themselves writing in this field – as I am also providing information for The Illinois Center ofBroadcasting as my cousin was the Production Director at the time who went on to do his own thing.