Class #4: Liftoff

At the scheduled time, please click the video to start. If the video doesn’t load, try refreshing your page.

Have a question? Ask it in the chat form below and I’ll try to answer it during the call.



  • http://www.facebook.com/devinberglund Devin Berglund

    For some reason the video is blank?

    • http://joebunting.com Joe Bunting

      Hi Devin! Class doesn’t get started till 3pm. It will fill in then. You may need to refresh your page then though.

  • http://www.ipaintiwrite.com/ Pamela Hodges

    Did you just say “competitors?” I never thought of writers as competing against each other. It’s not a race, or a fight, right?

    • http://www.ipaintiwrite.com/ Pamela Hodges

      Thank you Mr. Bunting. Be nice and share your toys.

      • http://joebunting.com Joe Bunting

        Ha! I will happily share. :)

  • http://www.vozey.wordpress.com/ James Hall

    Wow. I didn’t even know there was a class session… How did I miss that?

    • http://joebunting.com Joe Bunting

      Bummer! Fortunately, there’s a recording. :)

  • Marla

    I do not have t.v. service at my home, and have not been to the movies for many years, so I can’t really relate to many film versions of Sherlock. I do remember watching Scooby Doo sometimes as a kid, so I suppose I’d say he was my favorite film Sherlock.
    I loved to read Trixie Belden books when I was young, and at one point I owned the entire series. I think I would say Trixie was my favorite written Sherlock. I also read some Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys, and Boxcar Children, but always liked Trixie best.
    As an adult, I truly enjoyed reading the original Sherlock, and I think I would like to read more of his stories.

  • http://joebunting.com Joe Bunting

    It’s actually really fun, Marla. I think you’ll enjoy it.