NATE AND KELLY 2017 Edition
If anything I’ve written has informed or inspired you, you will enjoy reading my novel NATE AND KELLY. Read the many reviews!
It’s dramatic historical fiction about the most fascinating year of the 20th century:
“Here’s the deal, father. The three of us and mom and Pamela are going to New York City. We are going to start a new advertising business there; the city is good for that. We are all getting a brand new start. It’s time for us to believe that the future will bring prosperity and wonder again.”
Read the reviews. Get the eBook for only $2.99 and the paperback for only $12.99 at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
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You know that your favorite movies, and even ones you don’t like, exist in an uneasy alliance of art and commerce. Movies have the potential to be both emotionally and financially powerful; sometimes one, sometimes the other, sometimes both. They brew in a caldron of artistic expression, profit potential, and career possibilities. Some movies find life solely because of demand for profit, and some find life solely because of someone’s passion for storytelling. Some come together for any number of reasons between those two ends of the spectrum.