For those of you who’ve visited my official website and viewed my most recent YouTube video – and for those who haven’t – the image you’re viewing is in reality the cover to my fourth book (and my second short story E-book collection), Beyond The Unknown, which has not only its own page on my official website (and to learn its backstory, please click here), but also its own page on Facebook (and to check it out, please click here). I’m hoping that the aforementioned web pages – plus the blog article that you’re reading right now – will (hopefully) encourage you to buy a copy of Beyond The Unknown, and hopefully check out my other creative achievements as well. I’ve already created my latest promotional flyer for my four books (in PDF format), which you can check out on not only my official website, but also some of my Facebook pages (including that devoted to Beyond The Unknown), and which I hope to e-mail to various newspapers and magazines soon. And I plan to create a promotional video for Beyond The Unknown which I hope to post on YouTube in the next week or two.
But my latest book is only the beginning – and with your help and support, I plan to take it to the next level. As I mentioned in my recent YouTube video, I also plan to turn Beyond The Unknown into not only a possible monthly anthology comic book, for which I’ll write some scripts for it – but also a possible TV anthology series (again, with yours truly writing some of the scripts for it); both are currently in the planning stages, for which I’ll have more details in the near future.
If that isn’t all, I’ve also created a digital press kit detailing my creative accomplishments (including my four books) which I’ve already saved in PDF format, and plan to e-mail to various newspapers and magazines in the coming days – partly to help draw attention to what I’ve already done, and what I’m currently working on. Of course, it won’t be an easy task – especially since I’m already competing with everybody else for the world’s attention (and not just on the Internet). But then, even literary greats like Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, Jules Verne, and Ernest Hemingway faced many uphill battles during their careers.
But I haven’t forgotten about my other projects – including The Janus Terror, for which I’ve already written its first forty-seven chapters (and which I hope to get finished and published before Christmas). I’m hoping that you’ll check out not only Beyond The Unknown, but also my other creative efforts, including those already in the planning stages. And who knows? Within the next year or two, you might just be viewing Beyond The Unknown on your TV or on the Internet – if that does happens, it’ll be thanks in part to you.
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 various creative accomplishments, please check out the following websites listed below:
Official website: http://johnlavernoich.weebly.com
CHAMELEONS, INC. website: http://chameleonsinc.weebly.com
PICTURES SHOP website: http://jlpicturesshop.weebly.com
FACEBOOK page: http://www.facebook.com/john.lavernoich?ref=name
MYSPACE page: http://www.myspace.com/jlavernoich
TWITTER page: http://twitter.com/JLav65
LINKEDIN profile page: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/john-lavernoich/7a/b21/237
WORDPRESS blog page: https://johnlav.wordpress.com
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GOOGLE page: https://plus.google.com/u/0/112156704805608509171/posts
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HUBPAGES profile page: http://johnlavernoich.hubpages.com/
FINE ART AMERICA page: http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/john-lavernoich.html
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