I’ve taken the liberty of extracting some of the more popular articles from the blog, and some of my personal favourites, and consolidating them into an eBook, Pass the Popcorn: Movie Memoirs of 2011. With a new introduction, and some revisions of the articles in question, the goal is to provide a snapshot of my thoughts and opinions on film, almost like a cinematic diary. I discuss big films, small films, in-between films. I ruminate on the Oscars and the blockbuster season. There should be something included for every film fan.
The idea was to offer a sample of the work I do here in the blog, as sort of “best of” approach of my unstructured ramblings about film. If you like it, please share it. Tell a friend. Pass it on. If you don’t like it, let me know and I’ll try to fix any future projects so they don’t go awry.
The price point is $0.99 before tax. Even after tax, you’re paying less than one cent for every six hundred words. While I can’t guarantee you the quality, that doesn’t sound like a bad deal at all.
It’s available exclusively at Amazon, and available from the following regional fronts:
Each of those should allow a preview to help you make up your mind about the title.