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Perfect for readers' groups and book clubs that enjoy talking about adventure, the meaning of life, and what it means to be courageous in the world.
Delft Blue, the new screenplay by Unveil’s Andrew Kooman was named a semi-finalist in Season 3 of the Filmmatic Screenplay Awards in Los Angeles.
The screenplay, a follow up to Kooman’s critically acclaimed screenwriting debut She Has A Name, is a family drama set in Holland in World War II after the nation falls to the Nazis in May of 1940.
Like to listen to books on the go? You can listen to Ten Silver Coins: The Drylings of Acchora chapter-by-chapter on Youtube and for free on Spreaker! One of my new projects, as I gear up for the release of Book 2 in my Ten Silver Coins series is to bring each chapter from Book 1 to the podcast world. I love podcasts, and want to venture into the domain, but perhaps it's overly ambitious. I'd love to know what you think. Is this a smart way for an indie author to go? Chapters 1-7 are available on Youtube, so check them...
I'm spending my summer enjoying the outdoors with dear friends and family. I'm also busy working on my final paper for my Masters degree in English and Transitional Justice. I'm writing about the original abolition movement and their publishing tactics, exploring ways they mobilized the middle class to action. There's so many great books and articles I'm learning from. If you're interested in the story of ending slavery, check out I highly recommend these books. The works I cite for the paper is much longer, but these are a great start: Carey, Brycchan. “To Force a Tear: British Abolitionism and...
- Delft Blue
- Disappointed by Hope
- George Herbert
- Hope in Action
- human trafficking
- R.S. Thomas
- She Has A Name
- Ten Silver Coins
- We Are the Body