All Show and No Go? Why, No, it’s All Go!

All year I’ve been talking about two projects: The Orphans of the Creek print copy and the film version of “Clive“. So here we are, almost October, and neither has seen the light of day.

You might be thinking, “Is he all show and no go?” And I wouldn’t blame you. But I can tell you: it’s all go.

I’ve been having some cover issues with Orphans. I won’t bore you with the details but can tell you that it’s close to completion. It’s been quite the roller coaster but if all goes well it’ll be out next month. Then I’ll be able to visit local bookstores and once again connect with all my readers.

Thanks to everyone for your patience with this. I know you’ll love the new novel! In the meantime, you can check out the e-book here!

As for the film, my original director had to drop out due to personal obligations. But there’s good news:  I have a great new director who’s on fire to get the project going. Already he’s working on funding and we’ve completed the shooting script. Because the story is set in the summer (and we’re in the Great White North), we’ll shoot it in 2014. Once completed, there are exciting plans to expand the project even further.

I’ll keep you posted on these additional development as we go. I can’t wait for “Clive” to be screened!

Thanks again for your loyalty and patience, dear readers. None of this would mean anything without you.

See you out there!

If you’re a writer, write. And if you’re a reader, keep reading. We need you!

Author Richard S. Todd
Author Richard S. Todd

Richard Todd is a novelist, screenplay writer, and Social Media guy. Plus a few other things that get lost in the clutter. Visit him online at


Author: Richard S. Todd

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