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Many authors today are independent publishers. In my case, I’m the author/publisher/box packer/shipper/stand-in-line-at-the-post office gal.
When you see my books on Amazon or other sites, I receive the purchase order from the store and I ship the books to those sites, or directly to the buyer.
If you wanted an autograph, you won’t get one this way unless you turn around and send the book to me — paying shipping three times.
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The Crowd (Psychological horror)
Memoirs of a Dog (Family animation script)
A Girl and Her Dog (Family comedy)
Plan B (Very dark comedy)
Prophecy of Thol (Science fiction/creature feature)
Standing Dead (Tragedy/drama)
Breezy Meadows (Drama)
The Dishwasher (Comedy)
Block Captain (Action comedy)
|Women in Film & Television, Houston ~ Benefactor, member|
|Lajoda LLC / Lajoda Entertainment ~ Partner|
|Artistic Origins Inc ~ (Head Dog)|
Ora Daigle Nichols
Radio Sound Effects
One of my inspirations as a professional writer and business woman is my Great Aunt Ora. Here’s a fun tidbit of information about an extraordinary woman that shaped radio and the way we watch movies.
Aunt Ora Daigle Nichols was the first and only woman sound effects engineer. In the early 1900’s she worked on radio sensations such as, War of the Worlds and Buck Rogers.
CBS: New York: First lady of sound effects. The March of Time, Mercury Theater, Roses and Drums (1932), 45 minutes in Hollywood, Buck Rogers in the Twenty-Fifth Century, Stoopnagle, and War of the Worlds.
My cousin Jeff found more information and pictures of Great Aunt Ora. Check it out here: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?pa
“Ora, who began her show-business career as a Vaudeville actress, paved the way for women in the technical arts, and made a lasting name for herself in silent film and radio history.”