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Author, humorist and playwright Ed Tasca soon to release, Good Morning, Why is Everyone Here Naked?
DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. (www.donnaink.com | www.donnaink.org) is representing author / humorist / playwright Ed Tasca's newest title, "Good Morning, Why is Everyone Here Naked?" An alternate ending story, where readers' take charge.
Residing in Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico - as a successful author, film-maker, playwright and screenwriter, Mr. Tasca's works have been produced in Canada, Mexico, United Kingdom, United States and etc. For three consecutive years he has been awarded the Robert Benchley Society Humor-writing Competition. He has also received M. Culbertson's Life and Humor award as well as the Humor Press award. His latest novel, represented by DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. is titled: "Good Morning, Why is Everyone Here Naked." In his latest work, Mr. Tasca presents Columbus’s epic adventure of discovery of the Americas through a well-crafted witty lampoon. This comical title allows readers to take charge and end the story according to their own terms. Also, as a successful playwright, Ed’s works include:
Getting On. Comedy Feature optioned in 1990 in Canada. Momentum Pictures
Most Dangerous Woman in America. Docudrama optioned in 1998 in Los Angeles. Orly Adelson
Off-Camera. Comedy/drama Feature optioned in 1992 in Canada. Momentum Pictures
Rosebud (Comedy Short). Sold outright to Delonra Films in 1999 in Los Angeles
The Duesie. Optioned by Dazed TV in the UK
Wounded. A full-length screenplay - done entirely without dialogue - optioned by Kaos Films and Scala Productions in England
About the Book: it’s Columbus’s famous journey across the Atlantic. It’s a wacky adventure and you’re the lead character. A Which-Way journey for readers of all ages, where the reader chooses where to go in the story. The pages are not chronological, so you have to follow the page prompts at the end of each section to get you where you want to go. The whole narrative is based on events and beliefs from Columbus’s actual adventure. He needs you the reader to get him to the Indies, or is it America? He never really knew himself. The trip is a “trip” and launches off into one surreal adventure after another. Along the way, you also meet some of the most famous Italians and other luminaries from the Renaissance. The journey takes a comic shot at just about everything we know from the period and the famous voyage.
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