An evening with Director Paul Greengrass

I thought this event might be of interest to movie fans; 

An evening with Paul Greengrass
Tuesday 25th March 
Tickets: £10.00
Question & Answer Session: 
Put your questions to legendary film director Paul Greengrass
The Paul Greengrass Cinema, The Woodville, Gravesend followed by a  special screening of his new film CAPTAIN PHILLIPS
Sounds like a real bargain @ £10 per person.
 
I've stopped talking about my new Teen Cops book, as the editing process seems to be taking forever. I'll be back with an update in a couple of weeks, as this needs to get finished.

Thank you for supporting my book

The first book still seems to be very popular on smashwords.com, hopefully not just because it's free. Book 2 will soon be ready for pre-order and I'll keep everyone updated on the release date. Thanks for all your support.
 
In keeping with showcasing new crime based movie releases 'Out Of The Furnace' will be realsed on 31st January
Poster for Film Out Of The Furnace
 
Synopsis
Christian Bale and Woody Harrelson lead a superb cast in a visceral drama about an ex-con trying to rescue his brother from a world of criminality. It's 2008 in America's economically deprived Rust Belt. While their father is dying of cancer, brothers Russell (Christian Bale) and Rodney Baze (Casey Affleck) struggle to make ends meet. After a few years in jail, Russell emerges to find his girlfriend Lena (Zoe Saldana) has dumped him for sheriff Wesley Barnes (Forest Whitaker). Worse still, Iraq war veteran Rodney's spiralling gambling debts to bookie John Petty (Willem Dafoe) have forced him to take part in illegal bare-knuckle boxing fights. These are organised in decaying, abandoned factories by psychopathic hillbilly drug dealer and addict Curtis DeGroat (Woody Harrelson). When Rodney goes missing, Russell ventures into this lawless territory in search of answers. This gritty, brutal and atmospheric blue collar drama is writer/director Scott Cooper's follow-up to the Oscar-winning 'Crazy Heart'.

Teen Cops Book 2

Only 70 pages to go on the first editing process of the new book and hopefully this should be completed by early next week. Then it starts all over again for three or four additional edits before I hand over to a professional to pick up on all my typos. I suppose that's the life of a writing. I want to get this book ready for an e-book publication in February then start to plan out book three. Ambitious I know. I will make the first 20 pages available in a PDF format, once these are finally completed.

My featured movie for the week is Jack Ryan - Shadow Recruit and please watch the trailer on the home page.

Poster for Film Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

Funny Police Arrest Images

I've been speaking to a few police themed museums trying to get them to stock the book, but it's proving difficult. I won't give up as the books need to be out there on the shelves. The ebook version still seems to be selling really well and thanks for everyone's support. I'm still editing the second book in between my day job and hopefully this will be finished for an online release before Christmas. I will keep you updated on progress.

For now here's a couple of funny police arrest images to enjoy.

Crime Museum in Washington DC

Now here's a cool place I found during my research - The Crime Museum in Washington DC. Formally referred to as the National Museum of Crime and Punishment, is located right on 7th Street NW. It’s currently one of the newest museum attractions in Washington. Explore the history of crime and punishment and then interact with the many hands on CSI exhibits. There’s three floors to explore with hundreds of artifacts and activities to examine.

Described by Good Morning America as a "must see for CSI fans," this museum includes a crime lab and the filming studios for America's Most Wanted. A simulated shooting range, high-speed police-chase, and hundreds of interactives and artifacts pertaining to America's favorite subject. See website for details.....

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