First 10 pages = first impression

Hello everyone. Usually when I post something I tend to share news, a thought, or an experience, but this time, I am here to ask for your opinion. Now as you all know, first impressions are mostly… irredeemable, or as Will Rogers said, You never get a second chance to make a first impression.

First ten pages of a screenplay are like first impressions, because they represent the first ten minutes of a movie, which apparently is the time that takes us humans to decide to keep watching the story. 

So what I am asking for is your collective first impressions, not of me, though I hope I came out ok; If that’s the first time you ever visit my blog. I’d like your first impression of a screenplay that is now being circulated through script writing competitions. 

The thing is, I wanted something positive to come out of my country, because they are only showing negative images that mask the beauty of Mesopotamia. Though my story does not take place in ancient Iraq, it is something I want to use to inspire people through. I wish to show that we have people who have hopes and dreams, even though they are broken. I want to tell a story from Iraq that will get you exposed to our culture, our people, and our lives. Hopefully, if I can make you think “I want to know more” then I will feel more confident about the story I wrote.

So here is a link for the first ten pages from “Children of Mesopotamia”, which are available on the Page Turner Awards site.

CHILDREN OF MESOPOTAMIA

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A Superhero With Autism “cover reveal this Friday”

COVER REVEAL EVENT… This Friday, 3rd of April!

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The comic features a superhero with autism, a trait that is in fact a strength for Haythem, the main protagonist. But his powers are not just his lightning speed mind, which makes the whole world move slowly around him, but also because of a deep secret related to Mesopotamian legends that gave him his immeasurable power.

The inking art is done by a talented artist named Felix Torres, from Chile, who was inspired when I explained to him that this story was inspired by my nephew, who is an awesome kid with autism. Story and coloring by me.

It will mean a lot to us if you can support us when our Indiegogo campaign starts. Keep a lookout for this bad boy.

Instagram: @hero_autistic

Artist Instagram: @s_ilustrador

Twitter: @heroautistic