“Apache Junction”: Justin Lee and Stuart Townsend on Making Westerns
Slice of SciFi Radio
Writer/Director Justin Lee stops by to talk about his love of Westerns and getting indie Westerns made in modern Hollywood, and much more.Next, actor Stuart Townsend talks about finally being able to do a Western, what drew him to the character of Jericho Ford, becoming accustomed to horseback riding, and more.Do new stories from the American Old West interest you? Let us know! Send Summer an email, or leave a message in the comments below!
This week on the show I welcome “The Broken Arrow Bad Boy” Justin Lee who I have known for probably 20 years, yet this is our first time podcasting! Really fun convo including wrestling, backyard wrestling and so much more! And be sure to check out Justinrules.com @Brianbreakerodr on twitter@brianbreaker on Instagram ProWrestlingTees.com/brianbreaker Bbph.redbubble.com Whatamaneuver.net Patreon.com/Bbph (if decide to support me and Bayn with production costs to produce these shows)Also check out Breaker and Bayn’s Power Hour every Sunday! And my new toy podcast TB Toycast every Thursday! Available wherever you get your podcasts!
It is time to take the show on the road. For the first time ever, I leave the studio and do this episode on the road. Going International! This week I'm in Switzerland and I am going LIVE with some lighting friends. My first international show and we had some technical difficulties. If you can get past the poor audio, the content is amazing. We talk about the importance of replacing yourself in your business. Can you guess who will be joining me as this weeks guest?
EP 44 - You Gotta Deal With Those Feelings - Officer Justin Lee
The Off Duty Podcast - Law Enforcement
Justin Lee is a 7 year vet police officer, from Illinois. He's a father and husband and in his words, "vertically challenged and tactically heavy".Justin and I discuss many things and he explained how a childhood incident involving his brother and sister, played a part in him wanting to get into law enforcement.Justin also talked about something you don't hear many police officers talk about, their feelings. He says it was his father who taught him, that you have to get those feelings out and not hold them inside.We also touch on the subject of mental health. Justin stated that he often has to unplug and take time off from the job, just to recharge.FOLLOW JUSTIN:INSTAGRAM--------------------------THE IGY6 LAW ENFORCEMENT MASTERMINDYou may be unknowingly causing collateral damage to your mental health and personal relationship? During this 12 week mastermind, you will discover the primary suspect that's causing the damage and learn what you can do to greatly reduce or eliminate it altogether.CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
Our guest in this episode was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and is based in Durham, NC. He is a 14-year-old multi-instrumental prodigy and musical wonder-kid named Justin Lee Schultz. This multi-instrumental wizard has dazzled audiences on TV shows like “Harry”, “Little Big Shots”, and “America’s Most Musical Family” and his idols are Stevie Wonder and Herbie Hancock. His talent is exceptional, not merely because he is young but also due to his melodic, harmonic and technical maturation. In November 2020 he released “Gruv Kid” which was the #1 pre-order on iTunes jazz. The album also hit Top 10 on Billboard and united Justin with an all-star lineup including: Bob James, Harvey Mason, Jonathan Butler, Gerald Albright, Pieces Of A Dream, Jeff Lorber and others. Accolades have poured in for Justin from all corners of the music industry. This conversation – and his music – will amaze you. It certainly caught us off guard. What an absolute treat.
On The Rise Edition: Justin Lee - How this 21 year old real estate agent is using social media to build his business
This is the very first episode of our new "On the Rise" series, where we feature new and up and coming agents that are starting out and making a name for themselves in the industry. Every top agent has to start somewhere, so we hope this series will give you fresh insights and ideas on how new agents breaking through in the industry!Justin Lee is a 21 year old real estate agent in the Metro Atlanta area. Justin has amassed thousands of followers on social media, and tens of thousands of views on his YouTube channel, where he posts weekly insightful high-quality videos.Justin is using the internet and social media to grow his brand and business, by providing valuable content and information to his audience.
How to Write Better Dialogue with Justin Lee Anderson
Author Your Dream
Learning how to write better dialogue is one way to capture your readers' interest. You want your reader to leave their own mind and go on a journey or have an experience with your characters. Having bad dialogue will pull them out of that experience into their own mind and break the magic of your story. Today's guest is Justin Lee Anderson. Justin was a professional writer for fifteen years before publishing his first novel in 2015. As a scriptwriter, he has some great information for how authors can improve their dialogue and, in turn, improve their novel. In today's episode, we will talk about the importance of good dialogue, creating distinctive voices for each of your characters, and Justin will share some tips for how you can write natural-sounding dialogue. Highlights 01:22 Justin's Story. 07:56 SPFBO and his book the Lost War. 12:53 Why good dialogue matters. 15:00 Why authors struggle with dialogue. 17:20 What does good dialogue sound like? 19:38 How to add variation to character voices. 26:54 Consider a character's background, history, and experience when creating dialogue. 32:07 Importance of dialogue in a novel. 33:54 Is it ever ok to use dialogue for exposition? 36:57 Dialogue tags. 41:22 The use of accents. 43:45 Ways to improve your dialogue. 48:03 Finding inspiration. How to Write Better Dialogue Action Point Take something that you have written and go to a room by yourself. Read it out loud and ask yourself if what you have written works. If it doesn't, ask yourself, why not? What's wrong with it? What would you say? If you were thinking what that character is thinking, would you say exactly what you've written down? Or would you say something slightly different? Who are they saying it to? Click Here for more Show Notes and a full transcript of the episode.
On this week's episode I'm joined by #SPFBO 6 finalist Justin Lee Anderson to discuss his book The Lost War (Eidyn, #1). We talk about our favorite Draoidh powers, Justin's desire to rob a bank, his characters hatred of baldness, and Undead against Blackened. I also pitch him some novella ideas, writing what excites you, his differing experiences in #SPFBO and more! Listen now!
Justin Lee - The Story Teller - Spearfisherman, Bow Hunter, Family Man - Part 1
Salty Stories: The Ship's Log
Justin Lee is a spearfisherman and a bow hunter from the Big Island of Hawaii. He is a master storyteller, and he lives a life that produces tons of stories worth telling. From hunting Ono and Blue Marlin with his spear gun to tracking down Bull Elk in New Mexico. In this episode CJ flips through Justin’s instagram feed and asks him to tell the backstory of his most interesting posts. There was so much to talk about we got enough for two podcast episodes, and can't wait to sit down and record more with him. We are very excited to share the first of this 2 part episode with you and we hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it. Tune in for Part 2 coming out shortly after.