DreamBooks Media Professionals (www.dreambooksmediapro.com) has selected Chapters of a Life and The Days After Christmas for a movie adaptation project. The company makes a quarterly submission in a particular genre demanded by the movie studios, where they showcase a variety of storylines. These different tales are sent to small, large, or medium-sized businesses.
Chapters of a Life and The Days After Christmas have been penned down by John Nieman.
The Days After Christmas revolves around Lindsay Brinkley, who started to fear Christmas. It takes months of commercial preparation, and then it is finished in one day as she likes to remind her out-of-town children. She resolves to extend the holiday season with weeks of gifts given anonymously after watching some TV interviews with a department store, Santas, who express such emotion. The issue is that the news media becomes fixated on unmasking Santa's secret helper and becomes infatuated with her. She realizes Christmas's genuine meaning along the way, particularly when she encounters the contemporary Santa.
The short stories in Chapters of a Life follow one guy through his life from the late 1920s through 2015. It tells the story of the Great Depression. As an emeritus news anchor and reporter, Chaz Conner covered events such as World War II, assassinations, loves, and losses. The chapters have several moving passages. Some people the man met are humorous. Each standalone episode adds to the mosaic of this complex man.
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Book Video Trailer (The Days After Christmas by John Nieman): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRRgMPEBeuA
Book Video Trailer (Chapters of a Life by John Nieman): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OATsQq4Cc4
About the author:
John Nieman is a talented individual with several facets. 28 books, including novels, short stories, essays, poetry, and children's stories, have been written and published by him. He is a freelance artist who has shown his work in Manhattan, Tokyo, Miami, Paris, London, and many other foreign cities. He has five children and splits his time between Hastings-on-Hudson and New York City.