Good afternoon campbellsworld visitors.
I know I closed WordPress Wednesday earlier this afternoon. But, while I lay resting listening to the rain tiptoeing on the new summer blooms outside my window, I decided I must post just once more.
I’m so glad you’re here to read and enjoy all the great things happening in campbellsworld.
Today as you know is WordPress Wednesday and if you’ve been hanging out with us for long you know it can be quite incredible.
I’m not sure I’m supposed to enjoy the work I do so much but there’s just no help for it.
I love the challenge of making sure photos insert into the posts where they should go, and I’m always happy when folks make comments to let me know they enjoyed my work. I also hope they will let me know if something isn’t quite right.
To me, my blog is a work of art all its own, and having such totally talented Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing (Author, Blogger, Business Assist) client Family member’s work to post is a delight which I feel privileged to share.
WordPress Wednesday is my busiest blogging day of the week, but I look forward to it with a feeling of such immense pleasure that to me it doesn’t seem like work at all.
When I began blogging in 2015, I never dreamed I could learn so much and come so far. I only knew that it was something I admired of others I read, and I wanted to do similar things.
No, my blog isn’t as flashy as some.
No, it doesn’t have fancy banners and multi-colors all over the place, but I feel the content shared within is fun, informative, and I hope that it has helped some along their way.
I don’t just blog for the fun of it, nor for only a platform on which to promote. I do what I do for the enjoyment and educating of others, so if you the reader have something you’d like to say about what we do here, please do speak.
Today I’ve enjoyed sharing stories, poems, and tech tips galore.
And if I’m fortunate, next week I’ll be back with more.
For now, I wish you a happy day.
May harmony find you, and blessid be.
*** The post you’ve just read was sponsored by…
AUTHOR PROOFREADER JO ELIZABETH PINTO
NEW RELEASE 2019
DADDY WON’T LET MOM DRIVE THE CAR: TRUE TALES OF PARENTING IN THE DARK
BY: JO ELIZABETH PINTO (COPYRIGHT 2019)
COVER DESCRIPTION (FOR VISUALLY CHALLENGED READERS)
The title, “Daddy Won’t Let Mom Drive the Car” appears at the top, and “True Tales of Parenting in the Dark” and the author and illustrator names “Jo Elizabeth Pinto” and “N. Page” are written in the cement squares of the driveway. The family car is backing out of the driveway. Dad is standing by, looking half amused and half distressed. A cat is on the other side of the car, with an arched back and a puffy tail. Under one tire, some daisies are squashed and others are flying. The license plate says, “Blind101” and a bumper sticker says, “Mom Power.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND HER OTHER WORK
J. E. Pinto is a magnet for underdogs! Early in her married life, her home became a hangout for troubled neighborhood kids. This experience lit the flame
for her first novel, The Bright Side of Darkness.
Pinto’s Spanish-American roots grow deep in the Rocky Mountains, dating back six generations. J. E. Pinto lives with her family in Colorado where she works
as a writer and also proofreads textbooks and audio books. One of her favorite pastimes is taking a nature walk with her service dog.
The Bright Side of Darkness won a first place Indie Book Award for “First Novel over Eighty Thousand Words,” as well as First Place for “Inspirational
Fiction.” The novel also won several awards from the Colorado Independent Publishers Association: First Place for “Inspirational Fiction,” Second Place
for “Audio Book,” and First Place for “Literary and Contemporary Fiction.”
Author Interview with J.E. Pinto, June 2, 2020
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To buy her books and more visit her Author Website: http://www.brightsideauthor.com.
Ernest Dempsey Announces His First Film Project: The Fourth Dream
Ernest Dempsey’s film company Twin Paws Productions completed its first film shoot over the weekend of May 30th and May 31st. Based on the screenplay written by Ernest Dempsey, this is a short horror film called The Fourth Dream.
The movie shows the story of a Halloween get-together of a group of neighbors who share their most haunting dreams of their life. Then one of the dreams narrated transforms the reality into a spooky and murderous scene.
The movie is being produced by Denise Carey-Costa and Joe Costa and directed by Petra Tressler and Joe Costa. The cast includes Shari Leigh, Michael Richartz, Annie Harmon, Teo Ciltia, Stacey Corbett, and Stephen Harmon. Director Petra Tressler makes a special appearance in the movie. Filming was done in Orlando, Florida.
Once complete, the movie will be entered in film festivals and made available online. For updates on the movie and other projects of Twin Paws Productions, visit https://twinpawsproductions.com/.