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Much to discuss in this blog. A few major developments to tell you about, dear reader. Please read this entire blog all the way through. Good things are happening, and I want to take you with me…

First, I have published Phillip’s Clown. An accomplishment to say the least! Happy, happy, oh happy day! Now I can continue to market, blog, build my social media presence, and start reviewing for other authors. Anyone interested in swapping reviews, let me know. I’m looking for three honest reviews of Phillip’s Clown from fellow indie authors.

 There are a few authors out there, including:

I adore these authors, and would value the opinions of these great ladies.

So much here to cover…

I live in Socorro, New Mexico. This small town is located about 75 miles south of the place of my birth, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Within the last few years, the state of New Mexico has been the center of attention within the filmmaking community. Breaking Bad, starring Bryan Cranston, and, In Plain Sight, starring Mary McCormack are both filmed in Albuquerque. Santa Fe, New Mexico is bustling with Hollywood insiders, producers, directors, actors, and screenwriters. The movie industry is here, and I hope it’s here to stay…

I have recently been invited to be one of the 15 judges for Fireborn Films 1st Annual Comics in Film Festival – Albuquerque Comic Con I will be judging in the ‘Best of’ categories: Best Film, Director, Actor, Actress, Supporting / Villain, Cinematography, Screenplay, Editing, Special Effects, Set Design & Score. 

Fireborn Films, a Jerry G. Angelo company, produces a highly-effective workshop for actors located in Albuquerque called Stage. An apprenticeship is being established there for screenwriters. Starting in February, I will be attending the workshops. I do have a few unpublished screenplays to my credit, including the screenplay for Phillip’s Clown, and hope to hone my screenwriting skills. This apprenticeship is a 5 week program. During the 4th and 5th week, my best short screenplays will be acted by the Stage troupe. This is a great opportunity to bring my work from behind my eyes and see the scenes develop in front of me. The 5th week involves a showcase of a scene or two performed by the troupe in front of movie insiders. Another great opportunity for the actors, as well as the writers. The strongest screenwriters will have the opportunity to write for upcoming Fireborn Films television and feature film endeavors. 

I am working with a local author ghostwriting and editing. It’s a great feeling knowing I have these opportunities, and my writing skills are leading the way! Updates throughout my journey are forthcoming.

As an author, whether indie or traditionally published, have you ever thought of seeing your work(s) produced for the silver screen?


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