Folks, I’d like to tell you about a screenplay we’ve been writing. Right now, the working title is Nearly a Knight. It’s an exciting fantasy story with all kinds of twists and turns, and we’re really excited about it. But it’s been a long road getting to where we’re at now. That’s the story I want to tell. The story of the development of Nearly a Knight.
Almost every story begins without a title, and this one was no different. One day, back in November of 2009, we were all sitting around the table after a meal. The conversation turned to new movie ideas and somebody mentioned iSundae. We had sworn off any ideas of a threequel, but it kept on coming up. Something was drawing us to it.
In the midst of the discussion, we started talking about how it was too bad that two of our favorite characters from iSundae II never got a chance to interact in the film. Those characters were Gwenanda and Fonsuger. Read More
I’m quite excited to let everyone that I (Jordan) am the editor for a short film directed by Katie Daniels. I had a great time directing her for Month of the Novel (she wrote the episode The Trap), and now I’m thrilled to swap roles and let her direct me.
The film is called Colordeath and I encourage you to head over to the official website and get all the details there. In the meantime, I’m busily logging footage and smiling at the beauteousness that Katie and her crew shot for this project. This is gonna be good and I feel very privileged to be a part of it.
Now please excuse me. I’ve got to get back to work.
I’m pleased to announce that Simply Charlotte Mason has released the Handicrafts Made Simple: Knitting DVD that we shot back in March. We’re very happy with how this one cut together and we had a lot of fun doing it.
But other vague news? Yeah. I know we’ve been quiet lately, but that’s not from a lack of projects. There’s been all sorts of interesting story development and screenwriting going on, but those things don’t make very interesting blog posts, so… More coming when we have something exciting to talk about!
The rave reviews for Finding the Core of Your Story just keep pouring in! This time, Sienna North has written up a wonderful review, and she’s giving away three e-book copies into the bargain. Be sure to check out her post for all the details.
Also, if you want to get yourself a signed copy, you don’t have much time left. I’ll be ordering the signed copies on June 23, so place your order now if you want one!
I said there would be more!
I’m pleased to send you first to Seabird’s blog for her review and giveaway of Finding the Core of Your Story. She’s written a nice review and she’s got some copies to give away, so head on over and check it out.
But keep this window open so you can come back and jump over to Aubrey Hansen’s review and giveaway when you’re done visiting with Seabird. Aubrey’s written a post about both me and my new book. She’s also got a giveaway going on, so read through her review to find out how to enter to win a copy.
While I have your attention, don’t forget about J. Grace Pennington’s giveaway. You still have a couple of days to enter over there.
Of course, if you don’t want to wait for a giveaway to end, you can always go get the book right now by visiting the official page. Besides, that’s the only way to get yourself a signed copy addressed to whomever you may choose, including your cat if you really want it that way.