SpineOut : December 2011
If you want to be an actor, author, journalist, director, scriptwriter, cartoonist, astronaut or cowboy, follow Ms Stone’s example and start working towards your dream now. project hollywood creative inspirations december2011/january2012issue find us on facebook follow us on twitter Copyright © December 2011 Good Reading Magazine Pty Limited. All rights reserved. inside this issue movie trailer Submit your creative stuff for publication here. ed ’ s l e tt e r books your stuff Check out the new trailer from the popular ‘Hunger Games’ trilogy by Suzanne Collins. So the exams are over, the holidays are here. What exciting things are you planning to do? Remember to send us in your stuff. Holiday snaps, something you built, painted, wrote or created. You might get published in SpineOut and what a great way to start the year that would be! For those of us who love books, next year is going to be the year for us. It is the National Year of Reading! This is an opportunity for us booky people to encourage those non- booky people to give it a go! There is a fab competition happening that could win you big BIG prizes. All you’ll have to do is get a little creative. Keep an eye out for our February/ March issue of SpineOut for info and entry forms. You might have all your friends liking the book you most love! Ed PS. SpineOut is your mag so your ideas are welcome! When I was 14 years old, I made this PowerPoint presentation and I invited my parents into my room and gave them popcorn. It was called ‘Project Hollywood 2004’ and it worked. I moved to LA in January 2004. Emma Stone books more write start the last bit Blog Blog Bloggity Blog To keep you entertained and inspired these holidays, we have these cool author blogs for you to check out. Cate tiernan author of ‘Wicca’ and ‘Immortal Beloved’ series neil Gaiman author of Coraline and Sandman comics SCott WeSterfeld author of ‘Uglies’ and ‘Leviathian’ series louiSe renniSon author of ‘Confessions of Georgia Nicolson’ series Have you heard about Pixar’s new movie Brave, their 13th feature- length film? It’s the first one with a female lead character, who’s named Merida. It’s also Pixar’s first fairytale rewrite, so check out their trailer on the Write Start page!