Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Hollywood Girl: The Peg Entwistle Story - FULL MOVIE

A briliant Imagining of the last day of Peg Entwistle's life in 1932. An actress who, in the midst of the Great Depression, and on the verge of her own career breakthrough, leapt off the "Hollywoodland" sign and into infamy. Winner, Best Dramatic Short at the Oscar Qualifying Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival Los Angeles.

Watch the FULL MOVIE FREE oon #YouTube NOW!

Starring: Laura Liguori, Michael Rothhaar, James Pomichter, Juliette Bailey, Will Rothhaar, Maureen Teefy, Daniel Riordan, Samm Hill, Kirk Graves

Hollywood Girl: The Peg Entwistle Story - Full Film

Movie night!

Hollywood Girl: The Peg Entwistle Story, Directed by James Pomichter of Arcane Pacific Pictures, starring Laura Liguori, Michael Rothhaar, Maureen Teefy NOW available on Youtube. This #shortfilm won Best Dramatic Short at the Oscar-qualifying Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival Los Angeles.

Monday, September 21, 2020

Did Mitch McConnell Just Give Republicans A Way to Vote Against Trump??

Republican Senator Mitch McConnell on Monday may have given conservatives a way out of Voting for Trump! 

McConnell indicated, for those conservatives worried about how a democratic president might affect the make-up of the Supreme Court, there is nothing to worry about.  He may have a way around that.

The Senate Majority Leader said he is committed to confirming outgoing President Trump’s nomination to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the 87-year-old liberal justice who became known across generations as the “notorious RBG.”

This means Republicans who were planning to simply hold their nose and vote for Trump to ensure a conservative judge would be appointed to replace the octogenarian who has suffered health problems these past years, no longer need to do so.   

While some Republicans have already crossed party lines, many have held firm to Trump because of concerns about maintaining the conservative make-up of the Supreme Court.

With the Senate firmly set to ensure a conservative appointment in the final days before the election, those who express such concerns no longer need to suffer Trump as the Republican Party’s only hope for a continued conservative court. 

This shift could have a stark effect on the coming electoral standoff, as many Republicans have been more concerned over the appointment of justices than with any misdeeds in which Trump may have been involved.

Friday, June 19, 2020

Author Offers Free Books to help in Tough Times (LINKS BELOW)

MELBOURNE, FL— COVID-19 has everyone worries. With cases on the rise, and the economic impacts felt around the globe, many people are struggling to meet basic needs. Disposable income has become a luxury many simply do not enjoy in 2020.

G.W. Pomichter, an author and the host of the Internet talk show series the Hangin With Web Show, announced today, that to do his part in this time of need, he would be lowering the price of his books as much as he was able.

The independent author said that means for Apple iOS and iBook readers as well as Barnes and Noble Nook readers all of his titles will be FREE of charge.

For Amazon Kindle readers, who shop for books on the wildly popular amazon online platform or on their portable Kindle devices, the electronic copies of his books would be less than $1.

“The lowest price afforded to me as an amazon author is $0.99,” said Pomichter. “So, that is what I have done. I have lowered the price to under $1 for Kindle readers.”

Since Amazon’s website does at times guarantee price matches for books, Pomichter says he encourages Amazon shoppers to mention the Nook and Apple Deals.

Pomichter said that he hopes that the deals will encourage readers to download his work and enjoy an evening or two of reading adventures.

“It is in tough times that we all need an escape,” he said. “These are the times when our heroes and our villains provide the much needed catharsis from daily life..”

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many have been self-isolating at home, some have been out of work and still others practicing as mush smart social distancing as possible. For many independent authors, this has meant that conferences, conventions and other places where book sales occur have been cancelled or postponed. While the economic impacts of these events is still unclear, and for many could be devastating, Pomichter sees another impact as well.

“If we can’t table and sell books,” he said, “that means that readers can’t find and buy them. The impacts are doubled. It’s important that we do what we can to help ease minds and entertain audiences, much the same way film companies have through streaming.”

To that end, Pomichter made the descision to lower the cost of his works for a limited time, but has said he has not determined the time limit as yet.

“I’ll make these prices available as long as it feels right,” he said. “I already told these stories. They are already on the page. They aren’t any good to anyone sitting on a server or in a shelf. These stories want to be read. They want to be told. They long to be enjoyed. I hope that’s what will happen.”