Palmerston North based artistic writer Geri Townsley who writes under the pen name of Rw Rivers is...
known for her writing talent. Geri has a unique opportunity to bring her characters to life through her book The Deadly Tempest.
Funding from Pozible will help to with manuscript assessment and editing, print bookmarks and setup a new website.
I'm a permanent resident of Australia and a British citizen as well.
Back in the late 90s, I once worked in the movie industry, primarily based in Sydney Australia and a few (quite a few years now) I used to build my own TV aerials and used to also install satellite & TV aerials too. This has meant my skills are still great.
At one time once, worked in the movie industry, primarily based in Sydney Australia and was offered a three movie deal which lead to six movies, including:
Giving Brian Brown a hand (please excuse the pun) with his movie 'Two Hands'. When Heath Ledger & myself had arrived a bit late at Avalon Beach in Sydney, Australia I rushed to the sea and scooped up a handful of salt water after drinking it. Heath said. "For the life of me, I've never seen anyone doing that before."
If you want to know who came up with the idea of breaking open the safe in the movie "The Score," well it was me. We sealed the door with a product called Knead It (made by Selleys), Bob used a thermic lance to cut a hole in the middle of the safe, he filled it with water, and soon afterwards he inserted a detonator. Backing off with a remote his right hand, he then flicked a switch, whoosh the door blew off, and everyone on set was amazed!
I've now turned my attention to writing books especially Sci-Fi, crime and thrillers and I’m now currently working on the Albie Merani series of books (with five or more to come).