PRE-ORDER NOW! — GLOBAL BURNING: A POST-APOCALYPTIC NOVEL

In his newest work, Jonathan Sturak offers you a riveting journey of survival. Filled with suspense, sci-fi, and adventure, let the vivid imagery of Global Burning provide you with a window into a futuristic world. What would you do if the world were on fire?

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Synopsis:
It’s the year 2045 and global warming has turned the world into a fireball. Nothing can survive outside and the last humans are confined to the underground. Recently, scientists have discovered the temperature has been rising at a much faster rate and in one month, the shields that protect the underground oxygen supply will be destroyed. All life will be exterminated! Follow Melissa Mercer, James Wilson, and the President of the New America as they try to save the human race from extinction.

 

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HOW DO I PUBLISH MY BOOK?

Join me at this exciting event in Las Vegas!

When:  Saturday, October 6, 2012, 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Where:  Clark County Library, Jewel Box Theater, 1401 E. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89119
Who:  Authors Jonathan Sturak & Roger DeBlanck

Have you written a novel, memoir, or other book and are now wanting to publish it? Visit the library for a publishing workshop presented by Roger DeBlanck, author of the historical novel The Ramos Brothers Trust Castro and Kennedy, and Jonathan Sturak, author of the psychological thriller A Smudge of Gray. They will discuss the changing face of modern publishing and provide insight for how to contact agents, how to prepare queries and book proposals, and how to consider self-publishing and independent presses. They will also provide strategies for marketing your book and establishing an online presence for promoting your work.

2012 LAS VEGAS FILM FESTIVAL – SILVER ACE AWARD

My feature-length screenplay, PAST DUE, won the Silver Ace Award at the 2012 Las Vegas Film Festival! I’m so excited! Thank you to the judges for recognizing the script. PAST DUE is a “dramedy” that explores the crippling economic climate faced by so many Americans today. The story is about an overzealous young woman who attempts to land a job in Las Vegas to pay her piling bills, but the city quickly consumes her. See you all at the 2012 festival at the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, July 19 – 22, 2012. I’ll be at the Closing Night Ceremony to accept the award and at the Writer’s Panel discussion.