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Books For Film eBook: A Web First
An Invitation to all authors, and all books Fiction and Non-Fiction.
BooksForFilm eBook (Only 150 Authors selected for this first volume)
Whether your book is suitable for film is a determination you initially decide. We simply want your best book(s) offered for others to judge. This is a unique opportunity offered to all authors.
Books For Film is preparing this eBook that is unlike any on the web. Only 150 authors will placed in this First volume
This book presents the personally authored books of "Book For Film" members in a format that permits readers to learn about great books, whether or not they become films.
All participants will be featured on iFOGO.com and a new site that will be devoted to the book: BooksForFilmeBook.com
Please note the following:
Books For Film Membership Required.
SAMPLE SUBMISSION: (Create a Word document)
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Short Description: (Limit to 350 words)
America's worst enemy is the one it ignores. For 23 years, some in our government knew 'Quietkill' was coming yet did nothing to stop it. Why? Now it may be too late. Many in our intelligence agencies, the U.S. State Department, and elsewhere prefer this novel never be published. The cover-up began on an icy tarmac in Oslo, Norway in 1991, and extends to 2013. That's when...
Long Description: (Limit to 750 words)
All events are connected, and all part of a plan that appears unstoppable.
For nearly twenty-three years, some in the U.S. government have kept a deadly secret, causing the innocent deaths of Americans here on American soil. The Cold War never really ended, despite the high-fives and celebrations. The KGB never disappeared, just as the CIA remains, and will always remain.
Over the years, we have not focused on the real enemy; we have squandered vital strategic resources, and may have sealed our fate as a nation.
What follows is a warning. If we are lucky, and heed the signs, there may be one final chance to ensure the long-term existence of the United States of America, as we know it.
First Paragraph ONLY:
The Drammen, Norway Nightmare
Twenty-two years ago, 30 December 1991
“How the hell, did he know…?”
There was nothing wrong with his memory.
It was perfect. That was the problem. He remembered everything: every minute, every hour, every day of his lives—both of them. If only he could keep fighting the temptation to thrust his Glock 9 millimeter underneath his chin and blow his damn brains out, so he could finally forget.
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