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Love and Light published in the US


ten minute plays 2012
Love and Light was published in the US in 2012 in The Best Ten Minute Plays, 2011 – edited by Lawrence Harbinson
 
Love and Light is one of my most successful plays. Here’s a short synopsis:

Tania’s deceased husband has left her with bills to pay, no job and no idea where he stashed the money. Will consulting a Psychic provide her with the answer she seeks?

The book can be bought on Amazon.com
First Published: 2012
Publisher: Smith and Kraus
ISBN: 978-1-57525-782-2

Published by Smith & Kraus, 2011 (THE BEST TEN-MINUTE PLAYS 2011)

Produced for Ten in 10, Shepparton, Australia, July 20112008

Produced for Short & Sweet Malaysia 2008, Judges’ choice, best runner-up actor (male and female)

Produced for Short & Sweet Melbourne 2008

Produced for “Eight-in-a-Box”, Drama Centre Black Box, Singapore 2009

Produced for Favourite Shorts 2009, Armidale, NSW (WINNER)

Produced for Short and Sweet Sydney 2009

Produced for SHOWOFF!, San Juan Capistrano, California, 2009

Produced for 10 Min Madness Festival, San Diego, 2009

Produced for Pint-Sized Plays 2009 (UK)

Produced for PLAYTIME @ World Bar 2010 (Sydney)

Produced at the Otterbein University in Columbus (Westerville), Ohio, May 2010

Broadcast on audiobookradio.net, May 2010

 

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“Leo Spencer的翅膀” (The Wings of leo Spencer) – Jerome Parisse的第一部小说…



Leo Spencer的翅膀
是我的第一部小说。这是发表在2010年5月SidHarta在澳大利亚。

这里有一个关于小说的简介。

您是如何从一个可怕的命运保护您的家人和你最好的朋友,如果你死了,你能对物质世界没有印象?

十四岁的Leo找到了他妈妈的生日最令人惊讶的存在。不幸的是,有人已经决定,他不会活着看到它… …当他死了,Leo发现自己面临着一个可怕的选择,一个会影响他的生活 - 他的死亡 - 永远。

但是,谁想要他死了吗?为什么他是有针对性的邪恶力量?即使Geraldine -死,爱它 - 没有以发生了什么线索。

Leo座的对真理的探索带他到最惊人的地方,并提出了挑战,甚至比死亡更他:保护从一个可怕的命运他的家人和他最好的朋友。

您可以在www.amazon.com购买或直接在我的网站www.jeromeparisse.com小说.

电子书:www.amazon.comwww.smashwords.com

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Métaphore du rapide vient de sortir!


Mon dernier roman, Métaphore du rapide, vient d’etre publié par les Editions Velours.

En Australie du Nord, une expédition de rafting est confrontée à une descente de rapides difficile et dangereuse, transformant une simple aventure en un huis-clos étouffant.

Quand l’expédition se heurte a trois individus armés et prêts a tout, chacun se retrouve face a ses propres démons, et la descente tourne au cauchemar. Lutant pour rester en vie, les membres de l’équipe vont devoir jouer le tout pour le tout.

Une surprise de taille les attend. Elle va remettre en cause leurs convictions les plus profondes…

 Métaphore du rapide est en vente dans toutes les bonnes librairies de France et de Navarre, ainsi que sur Internet (amazon.fr; chapitre.com; fnac.com etc)

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Hot on the shelves…


My latest novel, Métaphore du rapide, has just hit the shelves. I wrote this one in French, so it is only published in France for the moment.

The story is based on a rafting expedition I took part in ten years ago. For those who are interested, here is the synopsis:

In Northern Australia, a rafting expedition faces dangerous rapids, turning an exciting adventure into a suffocating experience. When the team comes across three armed individuals, each member of the team can only count on himself/herself to survive, and the adventure turns into a nightmare. Fighting for their life, the friends will soon learn a painful lesson. And at the last minute, something they never expected will challenge their deepest beliefs…

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It’s Friday! Body Swap interview, Yunnan trip etc


Only two more days in Hong Kong! I am getting ready for a trip to Kunming (Yunnan, China) which will see me away from home for six weeks. I will be going to a Mandarin school in the morning to improve my Chinese speaking and reading skills, so that I can be fluent enough to work in the language. I am looking forward to the experience, although I know it will be challenging. I’ll continue to work in the afternoons, in between excursions and discovery trips. Yunnan is a stunning region with many minorities living there. I will make sure to let you know what it’s like.

I’m excited to be going to the theatre to see In the Next Room or The Vibrator Play tonight, for which I will post a review tomorrow. On another note, I have been interviewed by Jess C Scott, author of The Other Side of Life about my novel Body Swap and my work. You can read the full interview here.

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Author Interview #26, with author/playwright/management consultant Jerome Parisse, who grew up in France where he developed a love for language, literature, and good food!

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Body Swap giveaway ending soon


There’s a Body Swap giveaway on goodreads.com at the moment. Details below if you are interested.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Body Swap: The world's first text message adventure romance with... by Jerome Parisse

Body Swap

by Jerome Parisse

Giveaway ends December 15, 2010.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win

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Free Royalty-free Music


I recently created a book trailer for my novel, The Wings of Leo Spencer, and I faced the same problem as anyone who wants to add music to a video-clip, be it for YouTube or any other short video website: music is copyrighted, in the same way as any kind of writing, photos etc. You don’t want to have to pay royalties for a thirty-second piece of music you used in one of your homemade video placed on YouTube! There is a lot of royalty-free music on the Web, but it is usually very expensive. While creating my book trailer, I stumbled upon Donosongs, an artist based in New York, and his website, which offers free royalty-free music for your own use. There are lots of different styles, and the music is pretty good. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to avoid trouble with the music they use for video-clips. Check it out. Dan-O is pretty cool.

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