Please stop by author Michelle Hauck’s blog today where I talk about The Alliance. And feel free to leave a comment. Also, check out Michelle’s debut medieval fantasy, Kindar’s Cure.
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The excellent website, Historic Naval Fiction, is featuring The Alliance on their home page today. If you have never visited their website, I encourage you to do so. There you will find a wealth of information about the Age of Sail genre and the many excellent authors who weave stories about that era. There are book reviews, a forum, and more!
It’s launch day for The Alliance, the second book in my Jack Mallory series! Find out how to purchase your copy by visiting the latest update on my website: skkeogh.com
And if you haven’t read the first book in the series, please don’t let that discourage you from reading The Alliance. Each book is a complete story within the larger series story.
To find out more and read the jacket blurb, follow this link to my website: skkeogh.com
Find out how to “fly” through 17th century London here: skkeogh.com .
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The Weinstein Company is offering a contest for screen writers. They announced it recently on their Facebook page. They are partnering with NextMovie and Film.com to offer the contest winner a chance to pitch his/her screenplay to a Weinstein development executive. To enter, “like” TWC Facebook page and follow the link provided there.
I have entered my screenplay adaptation of The Prodigal. Although I know most production companies run from movies set at sea because of the inherent nightmare of filming on water, I figured it’s worth a shot. I think the structure of the story would work very well in the three-act format of a motion picture.
So wish Jack Mallory luck!