The producers of my play, Murder at the Pelican Club which is to be premiered in Liverpool on 26 November are looking for a Liverpool based Film Maker to make a Murder at the Pelican Club trailer, credited and looped all day in a venue in Liverpool. It will also be shown on You Tube, and excerpts on MySpace, Facebook plus other social networking sites. How exciting and what a fantastic opportunity for someone. Great exposure and experience. So come on all you budding young film makers please get in touch with the producers, Hall Lake Productions on firstname.lastname@example.org or via Facebook or via http://www.myspace.com/murdermysteryuk
I’ve met a couple of the actors now– via Facebook – and they seem great. I’m waiting for some more information from the producers but here is what I have so far. Eryl Lloyd Parry, a very experienced actor, is to play Inspector Doyle and I must say he looks the part. And Eels, my laconic barman, is to be played by a talented young actor called James Wolstenholme. More to follow later with photographs. You can check out Murder at the Pelican Club on http://www.myspace.com/murdermysteryuk
Meanwhile the new (fourth) DI Horton Marine Mystery is coming along well, and I've just received a contract from my publishers for the third DI Horton marine mystery crime novel called DEAD MAN'S WHARF, which has a publication date of April 2009.
Causes Pauline Rowson Supports
Fire Fighters Benevolent Fund, http://www.firefighterscharity.org.uk/text.asp?PageID=2 Motor Neurone's Disease Association...