It’s been almost a month since my last blog article – and much has happened during that particular time span. In addition to having to face with the undeniable fact that my mother’s life has forever changed (and which has also changed my life, as well as those of my other family members), I’ve also had to deal with a variety of things – including having to do various yard work outside, considering the fact that the fall season’s almost nearing its half-way point, an ominous prelude to the upcoming winter months. (And here’s hoping that next week is nothing like what happened in the last two years, in terms of weather!)
And yet, I’ve managed to concentrate a bit on my creative projects – as I’ll soon explain. For starters, I’ve managed to get my Pictures Shop website up and running – to give you a bit of a recap, my Pictures Shop website is where you can purchase not only reproductions of past original illustrations and specialty photographs online, but also order original illustrations made on request; to check it out, please visit http://jlpicturesshop.weebly.com/. (If anything else, it’ll give you some great gift ideas, considering the fact that the Christmas holiday shopping season is only weeks later.) Of course, there’s more to my Pictures Shop than just drawings and photos – and I hope to expand my inventory beyond them in the coming weeks.
I’ve also recently published my latest article for Triond, detailing the X-Men’s various on-screen appearances – to check it out, please visit http://bookstove.com/book-talk/x-men/. And there are several other Internet articles currently in the works, including one on Mickey Mouse – more news concerning them can be found on my other Internet sites, which are listed below.
And I haven’t neglected my YouTube videos – in fact, I’ve just uploaded my two recent videos. Here’s the first:
Followed by the second (which, like my Pictures Shop website, should also give you some great gift ideas for the aforementioned Christmas holiday season):
And I haven’t forgotten my other creative projects – including writing not only the script for The Janus Terror (and in the next few days, I do plan to visit Kickstarter’s website in order to drum up both public and financial support for it), but also the third Chameleons, Inc. novel. (Not to mention a few other ideas that are already brewing in my brain.) And – oh, yes – please visit my projects page on Amazon Studios’ website (http://studios.amazon.com/projects/14525), where you can check out the video trailer for the possible Code Name: Chameleons feature film that I’m hoping will become a reality (and with your support, it will become a reality).
There’s a lot more I should say in terms of my creative projects – but that’s another blog article for another time. And speaking of blog articles, I hope to write a lot more of them in the near future – that is, unless the eastern U.S. gets hit by another super-storm in the next week. (And that’s the last thing that anyone needs right now!)
John Lavernoich is the author of three books (including the first two Chameleons, Inc. novels), as well as various non-fiction articles and short stories that have been published in print and on the Internet. To learn more about Mr. Lavernoich and his writing achievements, please visit his official website (http://johnlavernoich.weebly.com), as well as his pages on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/john.lavernoich?ref=name), MySpace (http://www.myspace.com/jlavernoich), Twitter (http://twitter.com/JLav65), LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/john-lavernoich/7a/b21/237), and WordPress (https://johnlav.wordpress.com). Mr. Lavernoich also maintains his own video channel on YouTube‘s website (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJz1MX0XKIPm8nSAccTNMjA), his own Author Spotlight page on Lulu Books‘ website (http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/Highroad), his own Profile Page on Amazon Studios‘ website (http://studios.amazon.com/users/59488), and his Chameleons, Inc. and Pictures Shop websites via Weebly (Chameleons, Inc. website: http://chameleonsinc.weebly.com; Pictures Shop website: http://jlpicturesshop.weebly.com).
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