I’m a big believer in promoting the projects of my fellow creative types, and like to spread the word when I can. Today is no exception, with all of the listings being well worth your time and attention.
-Author/screenwriter Brian Fitzpatrick wants everybody to know about his new science fiction novel MECHCRAFT, which he describes as “THE MATRIX meets HARRY POTTER”. It’s currently available as an e-book, but if the number of preorders hits the next target level, it’ll be published as a hard copy, complete with Brian’s autograph (and who doesn’t love owning a book signed by the author?). An excellent addition to any reading list.
-Writer/blogger Henry Sheppard recently had to take a break from writing due to undergoing treatment for his continuing battle with leukemia. This required more than a few visits to the hospital, the events of which inspired Henry to chronicle the comedic aspects of his experiences into book form. The result – his new book Haematemesis: How One Man Overcame a Fear of Things Medic, now available on Amazon. Henry also wants everybody to know his leukemia is currently in remission.
-Filmmaker/animator Scott Storm has a crowdfunding campaign underway for his animated short CUSTODIAN. This is the second campaign for this project after some unexpected problems involving a sizable contribution earlier this year. But Scott remains undeterred and has redoubled his efforts to get this short made! Based on the brief clips Scott has made available, it looks great. Donate if you can! Especially if you’re a fan of animation.
-Between now and July 1st, for every order of his NOTES service that script consultant/blog interviewee Danny Manus receives, he’ll donate $25 to a special crowdfunding project that’s been set up to help the Orlando shooting victims and their families. Get your script in shape and help out a worthy cause, all at no extra cost!
Got a project of your own you’d like to have listed on a future bulletin board post? Drop me a line
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It’s wonderful to read how successful other writers are and how life although not always good interferes with life, but does not stop the devoted writer. And how We all can contribute to the shooting victims and help with their bills. Again it’s writers to the rescue.
Hi, Paul. This week’s news is that the novel version of my screenplay, In the Mouth of the Lion, has just been released for the Kindle. amzn.com/B01H9PKOBS/
Many thanks, Paul!
Thanks for the mention, Paul.
Just a tiny note: The book’s full title is “HAEMATEMESIS: or How One Man Overcame a Fear of Things Medical and Learned to Navigate Around Hospital.”
Amazon can’t handle full-bodied Australian titles like mine. Regardless, thanks for your kindness in sharing. And all the best to your readers.
It was like what Richard Walter says about filmmaking:
“Don’t be such a crybaby. Expect it all to go to hell.”
That was pretty much my experience. https://goo.gl/wswA0U