Daily Archives: September 26, 2012

UNGUARDED – PREMIERES IN NEW YORK CITY NOVEMBER 3, 2012

 

Synopsis
Elvin (Ramsey Nouah), an apparent successor to Software Solutions, a multi-million dollar company, is dropped into the deep end after he finds out that his undeniably clever, manipulative fiancée, Natasha (Edosa Edosomawan), has been sleeping with his father. Out of his despair, he convinces himself that every woman is despicable and resolves to take his own pound of flesh against women from every continent.

With his warm, charming personality, Elvin craftily weaves his way through the hearts of these women and successfully stands each of them up at the altar. In other to get to his last victim, an African journalist, Jane (Uche Jombo), Elvin takes up a job as a cleaner in Cool’s magazine company, same company Jane works for. Somehow a genuine romantic entanglement ensues between them.

Caught in the heat of the moment, Elvin proposes to Jane. His proposal triggers sudden unexpected visits and calls that sow seeds of skepticism in Jane’s mind. Undeterred by the circumstances, Elvin insists on winning Jane over even if he has to undergo a personality transformation.

Directed by Desmond Elliot, and Bethels Agomuoh. Produced by Chisom Oz-Lee, featururing Ramsey Nouah, Uche Jombo, Desmond Elliot, Chisom Oz-Lee, Chet Anekwe, Ebbe Bassey, and Edosa Edosomwan. MOVIE OFFICIALLY PREMIERES IN NEW YORK CITY ON NOVEMBER 3, 2012 @
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Taken Away By Ehi Ike – A 15 Years Old Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ehi Ike, is a 15 years old freshman at St. George’s Independent School  and author of the book  Taken Away. She loves to read and write. Ehi has been writing ever since she was old enough to put pen to paper. She began writing short stories in elementary school but had trouble completing a project because she was continually coming up with new story ideas. It wasn’t until the eighth grade, when history teacher Traci Erlandson taught a lesson about the Trail of Tears and the forcible removal of Cherokee Indians from their homeland in 1838, that Ike determined the storyline for her recently published novel, “Taken Away.”

Ehi started writing Taken Away when she was 13 years old and in 8th grade. She sat down during the winter holiday break to write the fast-paced thriller about a 14-year-old girl snatched from her home by government officials after Congress passed a law forbidding children from lower-income families to live with their parents.She finished it in about 2 months while going to school.

Once she finished it, she decided to send the manuscript to a publishing company without telling her parents at first. Ike, with no agent and no clue about how to go about publishing her 170-page novel, researched the process online and sent her story to Tate Publishing. A short time later, her father received an email stating that Tate Publishing was happy to accept her manuscript, and the editing process began.

Her favorite books in early elementary school were the Junie B. Jones series. One time she wrote a book on paper called The Colorful Fish but stapled it wrong.   As she got in higher grades, her teachers started making her write short stories. She loved writing short stories and reading books by Meg Cabot and J.K. Rowling. She knew she wanted to be an author since she was in elementary school. Now, at age 14, her book is published. She plans to write a sequel to Taken Away and many others in the future.

Ehi’s book is published through Tate Publishing, a mainline publishing house dedicated to working with aspiring authors and giving their book its best chance in the marketplace. If you’ve ever thought about publishing a book, you should visit http://www.tatepublishing.com. Taken Away is a fast-paced thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Teens who love a good suspenseful adventure won’t be able to stop turning the pages as they walk with Mimi and her new companions through the uninhabited wilderness.

Ehis book can be found in the following bookstores.

Tate Publishing Bookstore

Barnes & Noble Bookstore

Amazon Bookstore