Think, Sip, Write: ep 67 – Morbid Curiosity
In this episode of #thinksipwrite, Roberta and I talk about morbid curiosities and why the mind is fascinated with the topic.
Think, Sip, Write: ep 64 – Of What We’re Made
Roberta and I discuss heritage and the path to figuring out your ancestry. Join in this latest episode of #thinksipwrite by commenting with your experiences on the topic. Share the laughs.
Think, Sip, Write: ep 57 – Animals With Personality
Roberta and I chat about the personalities that animals have, despite some people claiming they have none. What do you think about this topic of our latest #thinksipwrite episode?
Think, Sip, Write: ep 56 – Marvel vs DC
In this episode of #thinksipwrite, my son Tony sits in for Roberta as we talk about all things Marvel and DC. Who is the better comic book universe and why? What are your thoughts and favorite characters?
Think, Sip, Write: episode 53 – Bow Chicka Bow Wow
Roberta and I chat about some sexual facts that you probably didn’t know about. This isn’t intended for all audiences so discretion is advised. I had to upload the video in two parts, so be sure to check out both links below.
Think, Sip, Write: ep 50 – Chillaxin’
Roberta and I discuss various ways to relax, and get some viewer feedback on what they prefer to do.
Check it out in the video below, and let us know what you think in the comments.
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Think, Sip, Write: ep 49 – Habits start early
We recorded this episode from the Woodloch resorts in Hawley, Pennsylvania. This time on #thinksipwrite we discuss the eating habits of kids, and how you can get them and yourself on the right track to enjoying a variety of foods instead of plain old chicken fingers and French fries.
What foods did you enjoy or hate as a child? Do you have any input on this topic? Chime in with your thoughts below.
Think, Sip, Write: ep 48 – I learned that in school?
In episode 48 of #thinksipwrite, Roberta and I chat about subjects that are required school learning, and if they actually are used in our every day lives.
What experiences have you had with this? Watch the episode and feel free to comment, like and share.
Think, Sip, Write: ep 47 – 19 Crimes
While Roberta and I enjoy some delicious @19crimes wine, we talk about what the 19 crimes were that the wine was inspired by.
For more info on the wine, go to: http://www.19crimes.com
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Think, Sip, Write: ep 44 – Thanksgiving
We talk briefly about the history of the Thanksgiving holiday, some fun facts, and traditions they have in this latest episode of #thinksipwrite. What’s your favorite side dish or Thanksgiving tradition?
Think, Sip, Write: ep 40 – Land of Oz
Lana sits in as cohost for this episode all about L. Frank Baum’s Land of Oz. From the 40 original novels, we discuss some noteworthy adaptations in film, games, and more. What are your favorite Oz works?
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Think, Sip, Write: Ep 35 – What does that body part do?
Did you ever wonder why men have nipples? What is your appendix for? Why do we have certain body parts that seem to have little or no function? Join our discussion as Roberta and I chat about some little known facts about the body on our latest episode of #thinksipwrite.
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Talkin Wit Tony
Famed cheesesteak king, actor, television host, and good friend of mine, Tony Luke Jr has a new show on YouTube called “Talkin’ Wit Tony.” The first episode is out now, and I was mentioned a few times in it. My wife, Roberta (www.homemadedelish.com) is his first guest. Watch now for some laughs and great entertainment.
Think, Sip, Write: ep29 – Cell Phone
Roberta and Rick share some fun facts about the history of the cellular phone, and it may be older than you think. Can you remember what your first phone was? Add to the conversation by commenting below. #thinksipwrite
Think, Sip, Write: Ep28 – Beer
Rick and Roberta chat about some history of beer, the brewing process, and some fun facts. See what social media users said were their favorite beers.
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Think, Sip, Write: ep 24 – From Podcast to Web Series
In this episode we take a look back at our old podcast (Think About This), reflect on the episodes, and talk about the transition to #thinksipwrite.
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Think, Sip, Write: ep 19 – 2016 In Review
Roberta joins me once again in my latest episode of #thinksipwrite. Here we have a fun chat about some things in 2016. What were your favorite moments that we missed? Feel free to comment.
Looking back at 2016
2016 has been an interesting year to say the least. From blockbuster movies, to political controversy, to new trends it’s been quite a wild ride. I’d like to take a moment to look back at what sCrypt Publishing has done throughout the year, as well as other ventures in which I’ve been involved.
In March I took conspiracy to a whole new level. I had so much fun researching alien and UFO conspiracies to create a novel that may have been my favorite to write. PLANET ATE was published and brought in a mostly newer cast of characters to deal with something that raised many questions about the history of mankind.
Immediately after finishing that novel I jumped into writing DEVOURED UNIVERSE. This was my first full on venture into the sci-fi genre. In it I wrote out a character who has been a fan favorite for a few years. It was hard parting ways with said person, but I wouldn’t let them go out without a bang.
After reaching the far edges of the cosmos I toned it down and decided to release the full on text versions of my earlier graphic novels, as well as putting out some new short stories as spinoffs. It turned out to be a great way to market to people who hadn’t checked out my work, but also a way to let the fans read more of what occurred during my main stories. Those shorts were: ZOMBIE INCIDENTS, LEGENDS OF VAMPIRE, IN CASE OF WEREWOLF, GHOSTLY HAUNTINGS, DEMONIC ENTITIES, VIRAL UPGRADES, EVOLVED MUTATIONS, ALIEN ENCOUNTERS, and COSMIC ORBITS.
That’s nine short stories in all with much more to come, as I’ve got lots in the works (I’ll save that for another post).
On the publishing front though, we did hit a snag with A LITTLE BOY IN THE LAND OF THE SLEEPLESS KNIGHTS. The artwork was delayed due to Dan hitting a couple of snags, and me doing rewrites. We want the story to be done right, so hang in there. It is still coming very soon.
Then of course there has been the debut of my web series Think, Sip, Write. It has been gaining popularity and I cant thank people enough for their interest in it. I have tons of topics in which I plan to talk, but this year will close out with a full 20 episodes making their way onto you tube. And of course I’m open to suggestions for topics as well. From the Fountain of Youth to Holiday shopping I like to cover whatever influences me to write and enjoy life.
Finally, amidst all of that I’m hard at work on my other things, and continue to assist my wife with her cooking and food coverage. Roberta has been busy writing for the Food Network Blog, as a contributor for Fox 29’s Good Day Philadelphia show, numerous appearances on the Dr. Oz show and other TV programs, writing for magazines, cooking amazing food, test driving cars and reviewing places and products…. I mean I could keep going on how much this woman does. If you aren’t following her, I recommend checking out her work on Twitter and IG @homemadedelish, on facebook as Roberta Pipito, and at her site http://www.homemadedelish.com.
As we wind down for the year and welcome in a new one I’d like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and outstanding New Year. Thanks for the support and for following.
Now that I’m done with my coverage, what were some of your accomplishments this year? Please comment and share with us some of your work. Feel free to put your links to your websites or social media for others to see.