My mission is to share how valuable experience is. Is it better to jump into life, even if it gets messy? Or, is it better to play it safe by waiting on the sidelines, hidden and protected by the walls of our own making, until the journey is over?
The Luckiest Penny was written to give children a healthy set of values that will assist them on their journey in life. I want them to remember what is really important so that they don’t get discouraged by life’s ups and downs.
The Luckiest Penny's genre is a fable/allegory and the illustrations by Ernest Socolov, transport the reader into the alternative world of a penny who is tarnished and yet loved!
An all original, musical interactive production is being created and produced for The Luckiest Penny. The show should be ready in November 2009!
I have an extensive thirty-year marketing/entertainment career in which I have been in the corporate sector; a creator and producer of children’s musical productions; a public speaker; an author, and of course, an award winning artist.
Deborah! I just listened to the music for Luckiest Penny---it is AMAZING!! Your whole movement of self-worth is coming together! I can so see the whole "Luckiest Penny" production. You are a star my friend...Keep Shining!!
And it was so special seeing your artwork---it is BRILLIANT!
You're in my prayers. I wanted to share the following information regarding my interview this evening. Maybe you can listen in or even call me with a question.
Thursday August 27 7 PM Eastern
Please join Pastor Melvin White and Author Chris Tatevosian this Thursday August 27 at 7 PM Eastern on "The Prayer Chain of Faith Show."
We will be discussing my book and Hear Chris explain how his chronic illness has become a blessing for both himself and those in similar situations.
Chris' memoir was written to help those, their family and friends better deal with the stresses put on one's relationships as a result of life being interrupted by chronic illness or disability. Hear Chris' testimony, how he overcame and lives a more abundant life today.
To listen visit:
To speak with the author:
call in number 724-444-7444 ID #36213 press 1 #
I hope that you can make the show this evening. And please keep in touch. If you would sign my guestbook that would be awesome . My web site: www.Lifeinterrupted-nolonger.com
Thank *YOU* my beautiful friend! Your page her and Art-of course-are filled with such warm and wonderful energy! I am thrilled for you and the production of "The Luckiest Penny"--it is a heart centered project that is going to do very well in the world!!!
Hi Deborah, I wish you every success with your new website! I also have a website (www.indieproducer.net). As to the films and documentaries I've produced: Here's a quick bio:
Kerry David is a multiple award-winning producer of such projects as "Like Dandelion Dust", 20th Century Fox, "My Date with Drew", First Look Studios, "Agent Cody Banks", MGM, "Agent Cody Banks: Destination London", MGM, "Expert Insight: Short Game Golf with Jim Furyk & Fred Funk", "Perfect Romance", Lifetime, "The Usual Suspects: Deposing the Usual Suspects", MGM, and the upcoming: "Seeking Happily Ever After", "Making Miles: The Miles Davis Story"HBO, "College Sucks" and "The Space Between". She founded the social networking site IndieProducer.net to encourage and support new and emerging filmmakers, and has been a guest speaker, panelist, and moderator at film festivals and film summits all over the world. She is a member of the PGA (Producers Guild of America) and BAFTA (British Academy of Film & Television), and a mentor for the Step Up Program which mentors young women in business. Ms. David has won over thirty different awards for producing her film and television projects.
I wrote "Getting to the "YES" for producers and screenwriters primarily but it's really a guide to how hearing "no" doesn't always mean the end to your journey. It's for anyone who has to "pitch" an idea, or to a boss, a fellow employee even.
I use examples from the movies and documentaries I've produced where thinking outside of the box got me into production, not listening to the "no" I was presented with.
I wish someone had told me what the view was like from the other side when I was starting out. And then it dawned on me I could do it for the next generation, or filmmakers who had been doing it a while with less than stellar results.