Early Bird

Maybe we jumped off the mark too quickly.  Social Networking does take up a lot of time and when you don’t have time or anything much to say about your project because you are just having meetings with people and are waiting for responses.  I’ve found about 5 hours a week that I could put into other aspects of the project is being used for social networking.  We are going to make a decision this weekend because maybe just maybe we are wasting time.  Not just our time but the time of the people that we are trying to connect to.  When We decided to share our journey a while back perhaps we were just too excited. Maybe we should leave it until we have a solid commitment and just stick with showing you preproduction stuff then production etc…  When there is nothing to say why say it at all.  Sometimes silence is better than thousands of words. Action is definitely better.  What do you think?


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I am a huge fan of Fantasy books. My favourite without question is the Spellsinger series by prolific author Alan Dean Foster and we are going to do everything it takes to put this amazing book series onto the Big Screen! View all posts by spellsingerthemovie

2 responses to “Early Bird

  • Carrigan Chantz

    I think we will be patiently waiting for any progress reports you decide to give, and will not falter in our excitement about the movie. I also think your efforts will be rewarded with a successful, well done film. Play the music and “bring out the magic” where your focused endeavors are best suited based on your intuition, expertise and creative genius! Rock on! (And I am sure Jon-Tom will do the same!)

  • Steve!

    I think I agree. The activity you’re after is going to be difficult to produce this early on. Much better luck is likely once things get rolling.

    Use the social networks to post to events as they (slowly) happen and gain users over time.

    But I’m one of these odd people who likes to follow some of the gritty behind the scenes film stuff. Trained in some if it over a decade ago, and it remains an interest.

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