Tuesday, December 25, 2012

FREE eBook - December 26, for 5 days!


Happy Holidays!

A late present for all you fine folks... my most POPULAR title is FREE on KINDLE for the next 5 days!

Enjoy!  You were actually pretty good this year!

http://www.amazon.com/Parrot-Talks-Chocolate-Hawaiian-ebook/dp/B002D48NV4

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Answers to "Escape from Hanalei"

send your answers to everett@peacock.com

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a FREE eBook from our Hawaii collection will be sent to you!
Mahalos


Monday, December 3, 2012

UPdate on "Escape from Hanalei"

*** we are FUNDING this project via Kickstarter!  Please consider helping !

Project Update #3: Book is out to the Reading Group!

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Hallelujah!  ( I had to use spell checker on that one )

the story is OUT to the dedicated reading folks who will alert me to terminology I should change (e.g. Greek mustache, puffies) and to plot disconnects or requests for more character development.  This stage is CRITICAL since the story is so implanted in my head, that there is a danger I assume the reader has the same information already.  They don't, and of course the main job of writing is to get that story communicated to people who have no idea what it's to be about.  Makes sense.  But, is quite difficult, without a lot of attention to this particular process.

As soon as the finished story is PUBLISHED on Amazon, I will begin the process of getting it produced as an AUDIO masterpiece.  Lady Gaga and Brad Pitt are having very busy holiday seasons and have NOT had a free moment to say YES, yet.

I am ALREADY scouting for a Script writer to convert the story to a screenplay in order to submit to Amazon Studios.

We are still shy of our minimum FUNDRAISING goal, so PLEASE spread the word to your friends who could really use a TSHIRTS or AREA RUGS...honestly, I HAVE to be getting me one of those area rugs for my own bodysurfing dog to sleep on ! (oops, did I give away a character in the book? )

Aloha for now, Mahalo forever!
Everett