we now have a facebook page to help us spread the word about Lavendar’s Blue, our new short film project, which will be shot in the new year!
The Anthropocene Chronicles now has its own website where updates on the progress of this project and the books will be posted and shared.
This can be found at AnthropoceneChronicles.com
The Hunting of the Snark is now now available from the German distributor Kinofimmern through their VOD platform.
If selected, it’d be the first time that the film had been screened in England.
To see the full long list: http://winchestershortfilmfestival.com/wsffwp/2017-long-list/
The nice guys at Amazon are currently running an offer for sixty day free access to kindle unlimited, which should be more than adequate time to allow you to read The Anthropocene Chronicles, the anthology of short stories that we recently published with contributions from Saranne Bensusan,Carman Radtke, and Emma Pullar in Part I. Part II will be published later this year with tales from Rachel Howard, Nick Jackson and Fiona Leitch.
The Groupon offer can be found here: http://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/60-days-kindle-unlimited?preview=true
If you don’t have a kindle reading app, then you can get one here