Ep 10 – Clones, cousins, freemasons and secret clubs

Posted on Jul 15, 2014 | 0 comments


Ep 10 – Clones, cousins, freemasons and secret clubs

Ep 10 pt 1: You can’t trust clones or cousins

In part 1 of Episode 10 of our show, Nicole asks Anne-Rae (author of Among Us Trilogy amongus.ca) to skip the Fiction Frenzy TV Weekly meeting. Her bright idea is to send her clone Cloe and Anne-Rae’s cousin Pinky to meet Josefina in their place. They learned a big lesson: Don’t trust clones or your cousins.

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Part 1 of Episode 10: Clone and Pinky pitch Karaoke Demon

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Ep 10 pt 2: Khaled tours Freemason Club and Cairn has a secret club of her own

 

In part 2 of Episode 10 of our show, be entertained by Khaled Talib, author of Smokescreen (khaledtalibthriller.com) and Cairn Rodrigues, author of The Last Prospector  (thelightstealersong.com)

Khaled Talib got special permission to take us to the Free Mason Club in Singapore where his protagonist from his novel “Smokescreen” trying to find a safe place to hide. Watch to find out why and more!

Cairn Rodrigues is back has her own secret club and she explains what it is and who can join!

Watch to find out!

 

Watch Part 2 of Episode 10 on Youtube

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Ep 10 pt 2: Khaled tours Freemason Club; Check Cairn’s Club Fiction Frenzy TV funny VLog show from AR Films – Fiction Frenzy TV on Vimeo.

 

Watch our Fiction Frenzy TV authors and artists grapple with the day to day life as an author and artist. Enjoy some insightful info about the indie business and never before revealing confessions. Nail biting, riveting, dramatic and funny (well at least for the author vloggers!)

Laugh, cry, and learn. Fiction Frenzy TV is a fun VLog group of indie authors and artists. Subscribe now. You heard us. Subscribe. NOW.

Credits (also at the end of the video clip)
Developmental editor – Josefina
Creative Consultant – Nicole
Cloe the Clone – Nicole
Pinky Aquino – Anne-Rae
Indie author – Anne-Rae Vasquez

Flighty Theme – Kevin MacLeod cc 3.0 attribution
Investigations – Kevin MacLeod cc 3.0 attribution
Rites – Kevin Macleod – cc attribution 3.0
I’m Attractive – Young Focus – Public Domain
Sound effects by Sound Bible  and Jewel Beat – cc attrib 3.0
Sound effects by Video Co-Pilot
Spider Eyes – Kevin Macleod – cc attribution 3.0

Content created for Fiction Frenzy http://www.fictionfrenzy.tv
Creator/Producer/Editor: Anne-Rae Vasquez
Executive Producer: AR Films
Digital effects by AR Films
Film & production equipment provided by:
Joseph Khalil, Digital Frenzy – DigitalFrenzy.tv

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Digital Journal Press Release

Digital Journal Fiction Frenzy TV Episodes 9 and 10

Digital Journal Fiction Frenzy TV Episodes 9 and 10

 

Fiction Frenzy TV  headlines Entertainment column  on Digital Journal homepage

Fiction Frenzy TV headlines Entertainment column on Digital Journal homepage

 

“Tour of Chinatown in Singapore,” “Obscurity” and “Don’t trust clones or cousins” are but a few of the quirky and fun topics on the latest episodes of Fiction Frenzy TV VLog show.

A frenzy of indie artists vlog to viewers from all over the world in AR Films Fiction Frenzy TV show featured exclusively on Digital Journal. Two new episodes jam packed with funny yet informative videos showcasing indie authors and filmmakers were released on Fiction Frenzy TV’s YouTube and Vimeo channels this month. Fiction Frenzy TV is a reality VLog show where indie artists grapple with their day to day responsibilities while juggling the pressures of achieving success as independent artists. The weekly show not only provides insightful information about the ups and downs of the indie publishing, music and film making business but pokes fun at the artists themselves.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/a-and-e/entertainment/video-clones-freemasons-and-authors-on-fiction-frenzy-tv-vlog/article/394768#ixzz39U8zDCHv

 

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