Secret Lives of the Unemployed

A Kind of Love Story by Liz Bartucci

Secret Lives of the Unemployed – The Movie!

It’s been a while since our last update – but Secret Lives of the Unemployed has been making its rounds as a screenplay (and doing well!) Currently, Secret Lives of the Unemployed is currently a quarter finalist in the BlueCat Screenplay competition’s Movie Title Contest.  You can help push it into the Semi Finalist Round !  It is also a contender for the 2015 BlueCat Screenplay Competition.

Voting opens September 5th at 9:00am PST and closes on September 12th at 11:59pm PST. The semi-finalists will be announced the following week.  Click here to do so!

As always, thanks for your support…

 

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Secret Lives of the Unemployed – The After Life

UPDATE:  Secret Lives of the Unemployed is currently a quarter finalist in the BlueCat Screenplay competition’s Movie Title Contest.  You can help push it into the Semi Finalist Round !  It is also a contender for the 2015 BlueCat Screenplay Competition.

Voting opens September 5th at 9:00am PST and closes on September 12th at 11:59pm PST. The semi-finalists will be announced the following week.  Click here to do so!

“Secret Lives of the Unemployed, “an engaging serial about three Brooklyn neighbors who take themselves off the work grid” – MUG (Manhattan Users Guide)  ran from April 2010 to July 2011 – It is now an eBook!  The screenplay version which is currently making the rounds, recently qualified as a second round pick for the Sundance Screenwriters’ Lab.

You can read an excerpt on this page.  (Link on far right.)   Collectively, the episodes are now available as an ebook. Edited by Sheila O’Malley, this ebook is available for  Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble’s Nook and Goodreads.

It is now also available on Apple’s iTunes, iBookshelf for the iPad and iPhone crowd!  

One day “Secret Lives…” may have a life beyond these digital walls, so stay tuned by becoming a fan on Facebook .    

Thank you for all your lovely reviews, but don’t just tell me, tell the world, by leaving your review at the source where you downloaded the book.    You can also leave a comment/review below.

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