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This afternoon, I had the pleasure of sitting down with an incredible young girl and her father to learn more about their amazing story of faith and survival.
A few weeks ago, I was talking to someone I know and somehow the topic of one of his friends and his daughter came up. With what very little he talked about, I instantly felt connected to the story and knew that it was one that was just waiting to be told. So I contacted the guy and asked if he and his daughter would mind sitting down with me to discuss the possibility of making a film, or writing a novel about her story. Little did I know how extraordinary the story actually was. Don’t Stop — There’s Plenty More
It’s been an interesting weekend for me and there are several items that came up that I wanted to post about, but I didn’t want to deluge everyone with a series of back-to-back posts over the course of a day. So, I’ve decided to deliver all of my most recent news in one simple, handy and effective post, which I’ve dubbed the Mini-Chaos News Roundup. Herewith are my newsworthy announcements: Check out the Special Announcements
Well, the Kickstarter campaign for my feature film, Never Stop Living, (an inspirational sports drama about a young girl who wants nothing more than to pitch in one final game before succumbing to her terminal illness) is a week old, and so far, just over a handful of people have contributed. That’s awesome and I want thank all of those who have taken the time to do so! And with 27 days left, there’s still plenty of time to get people excited and help bring this tremendous story to life. Find out how you can help
It’s official! The crowd-funding campaign for my new feature film, the inspirational sports drama, Never Stop Living, is now LIVE on Kickstarter. Over the next 35 days (ending at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, September 29), I’m hoping to raise at least $250,000 to help fund all aspects of the film, including pre- and post-production costs, casting at least one well-known actor (at the top of my list: Phoebe Cates, Chloe Grace Moretz and Josh Duhamel), marketing materials and major film festival submissions. Find out how this campaign was born
This blog post is actually a few days late — I wanted to post this on Monday — but I had to play major catch-up early this week and I had a long day of networking yesterday, so the post got relegated to the back-back burner. But now that I’ve got caught up on a few things, I finally have time to settle in and focus on this recap of my past week, and the information overload I experienced. Don’t Stop — There’s Plenty More
With the beginning of August comes a brand new month-long promotion at Phoenix Moirai.
During the entire month of August, request a logo design and receive a business card design for free.
That’s right! A free business card design with the order of any logo design request. Of course, with an offer like this, there are going to be some stipulations. First of all, this free offer is for the design of the business cards only, so if you would like Phoenix Moirai to have your cards printed, there will be an extra charge for that. Secondly, the design for the business cards is entirely at the discretion of Phoenix Moirai. You will have a chance to review a proof and make any changes to the text, your contact information or the colors, but anything more than that (such as changes to the design and layout or additional proofs), will be charged accordingly. But that isn’t so bad, since it will still be completely personalized to the personality and the aesthetic of the logo that you will have approved before the cards are designed.
At Phoenix Moirai, we can design anything that needs to be printed. For more information about specific services Phoenix Moirai offers, prices on a variety of specially designed service packages, and to view some of my portfolio pieces, please go to www.phoenixmoirai.com and request a quote today!
On a recent episode of Hell’s Kitchen, Gordon Ramsey, as he usually does at some point in every episode, chewed out a contestant for one reason or another. Though it’s familiar territory for all of the chefs, this seems to hit this one pretty hard, so after the dinner service is over, he goes up to one of Ramsey’s sous chefs and asks her how she does it — how she can work with Gordon day in and day out, especially after making a mistake or two during a service. She tells him that he can’t take it personally, and that whenever she has a day where nothing goes right, she simply wakes up the next morning and says, “today’s a new day.” Don’t Stop — There’s Plenty More
July is here, which means we’re halfway through the year, and because my company, Phoenix Moirai, joined Twitter just last week, I’m happy to announce a month-long promotional discount to mark the occasion.
During the entire month of July, when you request a quote and include the words “Tweet Tweet,” you’ll receive a 25% discount on any design, writing or videography service or package.
That’s right! If you need any type of graphic design work, writing necessities, or video presentations, we can make it all happen for 25% off of the normal rates. Do you need a new logo or business card designed? Have some marketing materials (like a flyer, rack card, brochure or ad) you need created to help sell your business? Are you in need of a videographer for your wedding? Do you need a promotional video for your website’s home page? Do you need a fresh new look for your website? Is your daughter having a sweet sixteen party that you’d like cherish forever? Do you need invitations to a party or wedding? Want to save the date? Or how about speaking your mind in the form of a custom designed bumper sticker for your car? You can get all of these, and so much more, at a 25% discount, simply by saying “Tweet Tweet” when request your quote.
Anything that needs to be printed, we can design it. For more information about some of the specific services Phoenix Moirai offers, prices on a variety of specially designed service packages, and to view some of my portfolio pieces, please go to www.phoenixmoirai.com and request a quote today!
Everyone, I’m sure, has had those days where something happens (no matter how small) that doesn’t make any sense whatsoever. Just yesterday, in fact, a couple of things made me scrunch my eyebrows up in a quizzical manner and think, “Uhh…. okaayy….” Don’t Stop — There’s Plenty More
From the birth of this blog, I have been reviewing one movie per week as part of my Movie Mayhem blog posts. The thing is, I go to two, sometimes three movies per week; I just don’t have the time to cover them all in full detail. Which is why, now that I’ve joined Twitter, I’ll be posting Mini-Reviews — all of my thoughts on the movies I don’t go into full detail with on this blog in 140 characters or less.
And I probably won’t stop at just movies (or movies I see on the big screen). I will also look at doing mini-reviews on all types of media as my mood dictates, including TV, books and music.