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So excited about this one – Night Vision has received New Zealand Film Commission funding (thanks guys!) for a script to be written. It doesn’t mean a film will be made but it’s the first step and a really important step – to have the NZFC behind it is massive. WIll keep you posted!
Finder Seeker is “getting read” which means, in publisher speak, they’re thinking about it. Will let you know but there could be exciting things about to happen which means, also in publisher speak, in the next two years . . .
Getting so close to the end now . . . https://ellawest.wordpress.com/finder-seeker-chapters-sixteen-to/
Chapter Nineteen is on the page https://ellawest.wordpress.com/finder-seeker-chapters-sixteen-to/ hope you enjoy it. And I’ve figured out the ending. Only a few more chapters to go.
Yeah, 24 sleeps until Christmas and all that but some of us have been working on another chapter of Finder Seeker instead of thinking about buying presents. And the weather could be better too! It is supposed to be summer and it’s going to get to 10degC today – yes 10! Enough moaning from me! Read the chapter. Chapter 18. It’s a goody. https://ellawest.wordpress.com/finder-seeker-chapters-sixteen-to/
And we’re up to Chapter Fifteen. I would like to thank MythBusters for helping with this chapter – the other day on TV they were trying to prove or disprove some myth (was it shooting from the hip like the cowboys do in the movies?) and they explained the Weaver Stance which is the best way to shoot a hand gun. I googled it and they were right (thanks Jamie, Adam and Google). It was developed by Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff Jack Weaver during freestyle pistol competition in Southern California during the late 1950s. So the Weaver Stance is what Nicky learns in this chapter. Hope you enjoy it. And don’t try it at home!