ohyez, 3 states to go

December 1, 2013

 

So the Banksy goal became, for completely arbitrary reasons, get every state in the Stripes before Christmas.

We are almost there too, much to my surprise. There are only 3 states to go. North Dakota. Wisconsin. And Delaware.

Check it out:

 

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And we have 25 days to go. It could happen.

 


[Holy Shit!]

 


There’s a :::bigger map::: too that includes the global map and we have hit all over there too, France, England, Greece, Poland, Germany, Scotland, Belgium, hell I think we have more countries than Hitler — but that does not sound very politic to say and also, well go look at the map.

 


Meanwhile, there is some weirdness with Banksy. Like people who say they are going to get a “state” then show up with, Oh you got that state already.

WTF, Banksies?

It’s not about one person getting one state. It’s about a lot of people getting a lot of cities, and a lot of countries. In multiple spots.

Have you learned nothing from Guerrilla Meeting Tactics?

 


Apparently not. Oh well.

But hey, we Banksied the hell out of the Stripes — and the world, yay!

And we are not done yet.

We have 25 days to go.

 


TNSSG | GOING BANKSY http://ow.ly/rkuwn

 

meme winners yay!

December 5, 2012

 

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Oh yez, we have meme winners. Yay! Go see.

Also, as of now the book is up on Barnes & Noble and Kobo and going up next on Amazon [expect that by Thursday]. We will see how long iBooks takes, word on the street is iBooks is pretty slow. But —

If you do not want to wait on Amazon and iBooks loading, if you want the book now, you can order it direct and get it email today: :::buy_the_book:::

 


*Confused? Don’t know what book we are talking about? Freak! We are talking about The New Screenwriter’s Survival Guide.

 

we have book

December 1, 2012

 

Trav_PBOOK006And the book is —

Shipping. Yay! The eBook for iPad and Nook shipped out today for all pre-orders. It will be a few days before it shows up on the Barnes & Noble and iBook sites — they are loading but there is an approval and waiting process so —

If you want the book right now, no waiting, go to the book’s website and order the book direct. And it will magically appear in your inbox before anyone else out there even has a clue. (You are so smart.)

The Kindle version of the book for Amazon is still in production, I am saying that will be coming out on or before December 15th, just to be safe. But if everything goes the way it is supposed to, that is actually shipping Tuesday. Again, it takes a few days for the book, once loaded on Amazon, to show up for sale on Amazon, but you can jump that fence by (tell me if you have heard this before) going to the book’s website and ordering the book direct. In which case, it will come to you in your email inbox. Yay!

There is no hard copy book. That is a 2013 project.

In the meantime, go get the book. Yay!

 

 

 

The New Screenwriter’s Survival Guide web page is up. Ooh la la. Why, you ask, does the book have a page before it is in print? Planning, my ninjas, planning. The page needs to be around long enough to get picked up by search engines and propagate so when the eBooks come out in November it has presence on the web.

Hence all this frenzy to get the art work done and the page up even though I think eBook editing and release will still take another month and a half.

Go see the :::book’s new website:::.

 

 

10 years?

December 30, 2010

 

The Screenwriter's Survival Guide;  Or, Guerrilla Meeting Tactics and Other Acts of War

 

 

The Screenwriter’s Survival Guide;
Or, Guerrilla Meeting Tactics and Other Acts of War

 

 

 

 

2011 is the 10 year anniversary of the book’s publication. I do not know whether to yay or groan there, jeez, seriously, ten years? It does not seem like I OR the book can be that old. But —

It is good news for you. I am putting out a new revised edition late this year so am clearing the book hoard and that means a deal for you:

10 years | 10 bucks | Yay!

:::grab the book:::

 


 

You still have to pay shipping, sorry the Post Office is just tiffy about paying postage so what can I do?

[If you are international we have to talk more about shipping.]

Still, it’s a pretty good deal for boxed first editions.

Grab ‘em while they last.

:::grab the book:::

 


 

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