"Damn it, Six! We're following that plane, even if I have to pick you up and throw you after it!"

- Kyntak

Monday, July 5, 2010

Hit List : The Release!

I am feeling incredibly dumb and slow, simply because this was out ages ago, and I haven't even noticed it until now... *pouts* I've been trying really hard to write my own stories, and in doing so, forgot about this site. Again. How could I? *gasp*

But anyway, if you've been following what Jack Heath says... you would have come across more information about Hit List, Jack Heath's fifth book, second Ashley Arthur Book. It sounds about as good as they're making it out to be.

It's going to be out on the first of September and you can pre-order it. Yay! Just do this on Jack Heath's website, at the same page.

Side note:***Spoiler Warning***

More investigations - On twitter, Jack Heath tweeted: Does anybody know how fast the electromagnet in an MRI scanner spins? (It does spin, right? That's the thumping sound?) and before that, I love it when the plot lets me write cool dialogue. "We need you to solve a murder - your own." The second one was brought to my attention by Zoe, whom I thank very much for it. This suggests many things.

Firstly, Jack Heath is in the process of writing another Agent Six of Hearts book. Yes, a fourth one. Secondly, it means that if someone is saying, "We need to solve your own murder," to Six, or the main character, who is assumingly still Six, means that Six must come back alive in order to hear this. It suggests he might start looking into how *cough*Nai*cough* actually planned the killing, etc. Anyway, who else hears mission statements other than Six, in his own book series?

Thirdly, it suggests that somewhere in Six's escapades, he uses an electromagnet from an MRI scanner to spin, help him with something. This is, of course, if he is actually referring to that... but nevermind, all we can do is guess...

Sunday, June 6, 2010

An Argument

Again, sorry I haven't been posting for a while, and I didn't end up making that fanfic, but look at this! What an unbelievable post! Actually, I found his last one interesting as well, being a female author (budding, unpublished) myself.

Jack Heath's blogs are undoubtedly interesting, and I was beginning to miss them, before I realised it was my fault I was missing them. :S So, I checked this site today and came up with two awesome blog posts. I would have loved to make a comment, but I don't have a myspace account, and I'd rather publish it here, seeing as this fansite is losing its enthusiasm.

Writers of the Future: Will they exist at all?
Of course they will; I'll make sure they do...

But anyway, this is the latest blog of Jack Heath. He analyses another person's point of view: is the profession of 'author' really going to disappear altogether? No, every writer or budding writer is hopeful that it won't - even with technology overtaking everything, with e-books and kindle leading the way, yet saving a little bit of the profit for writers themselves, though only a little. The problem is, in the future, due to popular demand and technology, writing books is liable to become a profession just like 'musiscian'. Who wants to pay the artist when you can get it for free online? Musiscians nowadays make most of their profits out of concerts, and other things like being a celebrity endorsement and making video clips for their songs. But what will authors revert to doing? They get publicity from all the free books they sell, so they don't need to go on publicity tours. What would they do, try and read their book to audiences for some sort of concert?

And how would the market be affected? If the books J.K. Rowling writes are at the same free downloading price as a new, unknown author, then what is to come? Do writers never earn their way in the world?

(You can tell I've been doing Persuasive Writing, can't you? You can tell I've been procrastinating all afternoon on my speech, right? You can tell I'm a budding author who's sad at the possible outcome of this? You can tell I've repeated this too many times? :P )

Sunday, May 2, 2010

I can't believe it!

I've almost forgotten entirely about this site. How could I? *slaps self on head reprovingly*

So, I'll try and make up for it by writing some fanfiction. Still, anybody have an idea? Because I can tell you, mine will be a random one if I have to make it up myself.

Friday, April 2, 2010


Apparently you guys don't want me to write about something you like. Hmmm, weird.

If anyone noticed, jackheath.com.au was broken, but now it's fixed. And NOW, Jack Heath is going on a world tour. Brilliant! No posts to respond to for the next three months. :(

Haha. I like jack heath's new blog about facebook. Eat that, facebook users. Er, losers! :P

So. We're losing popularity big time here. Hopefully a movie will spruce things up.

Unfortunately, the movie of the Lab will not have:

-Mission 1
-Mission 4
-The helicopter ride at the beginning of mission 3

Nevertheless, it will have all the characters (except Ungrelor Ludden) and a whole lot of awesome Six-ness in it, e.g:

-That bit where Six runs on the ceiling
-That bit where Six kung-fu fights a robot
-That bit where Six jumps out the window of Shuji's skyscraper
-That bit where Six turns his taser into an electro-magnet
-That bit where Six and Kyntak jump off that building onto the beam of that crane
-That bit where Six and Kyntak drive off that cliff
-That bit where Six does that thing with the jeep and the landmine and the helicopter and the missile

(In some of these bits, I directly quote Jack Heath's blog.)

Are you excited? I'm excited! It's also my holidays, so I'll have a lot more time to write fanfic and spend time making this site more awesome.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Taking Requests...

Be the first to post a comment and I might write about that idea!

It's because I've run out of ideas (TEMPORARILY), and I suppose that requests from you guys, the fans, will make the stories/ fanfic even more enjoyable for you guys, the fans.

I was thinking, perhaps a crossover with the six of hearts and some other story, something that you enjoy, yet I know about. (which may be a problem)

Even just ideas would be great.

I'm just rather busy at the moment and I don't really have time to sit down and come up with creative ideas, but I want to show you I'm still here, and willing as ever to write some stories.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

And back to our least favourite female character EVER...

You know who it is.

Anyway, I just felt like I had to announce that I'm playing this character in a play, and she's a bully. Ha. Ha. Ha. She joins the ranks of Libby and Mill(somethingsomething) who are much less violent than her, but still bullies in their own way. I thought she would be a brilliant bully, because of the obvious, of course. Well, obvious in some ways...

So beware if I might make some fanfictions surrounding her a little bit, maybe ending up with her falling off a cliff. That would be awesome. :D

ETA: In the original post I said her name. I wasn't intending to. Oops. Let me change it...

Hmm.... Possibilities?

You've been warned.

Anyway, so on this Hey Teenager blog I found an interesting speculative (aren't they all) idea.

Thomas said, ***Contains Spoilers***
I think that he will come back, because the time travel machine has his "data" and that may be able to be used to recreate him.

I almost burst out laughing when I read that. It's not that it's funny, just that I can't believe we didn't come up with that possibility!

BTW, have you noticed the RSS feed from Jack Heath's blog on the side?