September 08, 2013

Who Do You Think You Are?

We Got A New Attitude!
We're changing our stripes.

   It's been a long time coming...the decision as to what I should do w this blog. I struggled with my desire to teach and my desire to market and found out that they're one in the same, but just occur in a different slant. I was on point with character development and my understanding of story telling, but so are a lot of people with more expertise than me. I get it. I discovered that, basically, we were rehashing the same information and possibly bouncing off one anothers rants, at least some of us were. So I climbed out of that barrel and decided to venture off into my own niche.
     My brand of story telling has the potential of being uniquely me whenever I follow my plan. I asked myself one question, Who Do You Think You Are, and I came up with a Great Idea, in harmony with my style of writing and story telling. Now, I am developing my video trailers and video games to tell my stories on this blog. I even took classes to hone my skills.
    "Who Do You Think You Are?" is a board game, book and app. It' s gender, and age friendly and in development along with my children's board game/app called Tahtoo, that will be shown on my blog under the brand, KidStuff, a subsidiary of Kidsmart (TM). I just want to keep the adult side separate from all the Kidstuff, games and toys.
    "SNITCH" the adult book series, whose main protags are Sysco Silverfox, and  Nimshi Tate  (see the excerpt published on this blog in May/June, titled the Proxy) will only publish on it's own website in the future, with trailers and videos to enhance the story, character, and there quest in life.
We're still writing stuff-write now but things change for the better; we have a new attitude.

   I missed you guys, and I miss blogging, so stay tuned. This is going to be fun.

SIT (stay in touch),
Max Nightjar

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