Monday, June 14, 2010

Happy Monday

7 comments:

Francis said...

If I ever get published, I already know how to art direct the trailer of my first book!

Action figures. Brillant.

I'd use True Blood action figures, but no spandex.

Cleverly Inked said...

LOL..to funny

Josin L. McQuein said...

Heh. I love this video. It reminds me of something that belongs in a Shrek movie. :-P

Remilda Graystone said...

Haha, I loved this!

Emilia Plater said...

Love this video :D BRONTESAURUS!!!!!

Rebecca B said...

I really, really want someone to see this and actually make those action figures.

Donna Alward said...

An OT question - I saw the cover of WAR on your sidebar and was really taken by the cover. So much so that I went to amazon to have a peek at covers. The one you have isn't to be found there. Similar, but the man's face is slightly on profile and closer shaven.

The reason it really freaked me out is because I instantly thought of Damian Lewis when I saw it. Putting the face of Dick Winters on that book would be kinda something. :-)

Is the cover you have up from a different version?

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