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LOOKMAN published three books in 2008, ‘Children from the Sea’, ‘Henri and the Alien’ and ‘Mihte’s Quest’. A year later, they mysteriously disappeared off the shelves.

Now LOOKMAN will be returning to print as he builds transmedia brands. First will be three Young Adult fantasy eBooks in the Mihte Lugh series. The series is drawn from original Celtic texts and incorporates modern archaeologal research. It recreates the world of the world's first superhero, the boy Lugh, which means ‘shining’. In Malory’s Morte d’Arthur we see the same story told poorly and from the wrong perspective. It was not set in Dark Age England - but is set in the Heroic Age in excess of 6,000 years ago. The new version of ‘Mihte’s Quest: Kids in the Underworld’ has


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Mihte's Quest
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message 30: by Jaree

Jaree Francis

Free sample of the There's No Tomorrow

message 29: by Carole

Carole You do sound busy with all the work you have on. "Children of the Sea" looks like fun. I wish you well with your film developments
Welcome to my list of friends.

As for reading and writing my preferred genre is crime fiction. If you'd like to see more of this author, pop into my web here: http://casutton.tripod.com/cazutt where you can see free chapters to my books and meet my fin, fur and feathered friends.

message 28: by Lookman

Lookman Lookman Ronyell wrote: "Hmmm...Children from the Sea sounds like a really great film! I like reading up on forgotten truths too and I also love movies that attracts anyone! I also love watching stuff about the Renaissance..."

We are trying to get "Children from the Sea" into the film development stage. I will resume after I get back from Kidscreen Summit 2012 in New York. That is where my book "Henri and the Alien" is being transformed into a Kids TV animation "Who is Henrietta?" I must get things moving before October when I hope to release another Kids TV animation called "Mihte Lugh the Shinning One."

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Lookman Lookman It is a bit dark for afternoon here. I am determined to publish another book soon, but book to film and book to TV shows take the priority.

Christine Hatfield good afternoon

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Jaree Francis Twilight fanfiction is up. 'No Apologies' edition >

- Jay

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Lookman Lookman I was 1hr and 33 minutes ago

message 23: by Jaree

Jaree Francis Hey there

- Jay

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Lookman Lookman :d Okay

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Lookman Lookman :D

message 20: by Ronyell

Ronyell Thanks for joining the club!!! I hope we get to talk more about Nickelodeon in the club!!

And good luck on your film!!!

message 19: by Ronyell (last edited Jul 22, 2010 01:56AM)

Ronyell Hmmm...Children from the Sea sounds like a really great film! I like reading up on forgotten truths too and I also love movies that attracts anyone! I also love watching stuff about the Renaissance, so this definitely sounds like an interesting film!

Oh and I asked that Nickelodeon question because I have a fan club on Goodreads for fans who grew up on Nickelodeon during the 80s, 90s and early 2000s and I wanted to invite you to this club so that you can talk about your favorite Nickelodeon shows growing up. The club is also doing a discussion in August about one Nicktoon and Live Action Show that everyone is voting for and I like to hear what live action show and nicktoon you want to discuss in August. Just to the polls section on the right. Just go to:


message 18: by Lookman

Lookman Lookman Children from the Sea is both of interest to English and Hispanic audiences. Although a modern mystery set on the beach it has links back to the end of the Kingdom of Andalusia which sparked the Renaissance. It seams funny at that time the educated language was Andalusian Arabic. Every scientist or thinker including Nostradamus had to read it. You can see I like to dig up old and forgotten truths.
Nickelodeon was inly available for me on Satellite from the 1990's.

message 17: by Ronyell (last edited Jul 22, 2010 01:05AM)

Ronyell First dual language film, that's great to hear!! I hope it goes well!!! Hey, do you remember Nickelodeon from the 80s or 90s? Just a curious question...

message 16: by Lookman

Lookman Lookman *Smiles*

Bradley wrote: "I hope you are having a good day! =)


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Lookman Lookman I am taking two animation Pilots to Cannes. The film scripts are held up while I work on other things. THe UK Film Council have given backing. It is just time before my first dual language film is made.

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Ronyell Hey!!! How are your books as film scripts going?

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Lookman Lookman U2
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Jen Knox Thanks for the friendship :)

message 11: by Lookman

Lookman Lookman Happy New decade. Make it a good one and you can have fireworks every year. LOL!

I am waiting to here if my books I wrote up as film scripts will get to the cinema. If not I still have a children's television cartoon series I am developing with partners.

message 10: by Ronyell

Ronyell Hey!!! Happy Late New Year!!! LOL!!! So, how was your new year's? Me and my family were shooting firecrackers all night!!!

Lookman Lookman My Twitter has come back on-line http://twitter.com/lookman_author

Lookman Lookman Hi, not much happening here. I planted some seeds and am now waiting to see if they come up.

How are you?


Have a great day


Christine Hi Lookman, stopped by to see what's new on your page. Have a great week.
Blessings CJ
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Lookman Lookman I have just formatted my first screenplay (Henri and the Alien). I made a few cuts, but nothing too drastic.

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Bill Hi Lookman,

Thanks for being a book friend. Recommend, "The Judgement" by Buffa and also my own (of course)
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Lookman Lookman I will put it on my list. I cannot promise to find time to read anything - I am overloaded with work in progress, new publishers and a film prospect. Have a great day.

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Beth Hi Lookman,
Thanks for befriending this mystery author! I hope we'll be able to trade book suggestions and that you'll put my book, A Real Basket Case, on your to-read list. And, if you'd like to enter a contest for a free copy of the sequel, To Hell in a Handbasket (another chance to win besides the Goodreads giveaway!), sign up for my email newsletter at: http://bethgroundwater.com/Newsletter....
- Beth

Bradley I hope you are having a good day! =)


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