Three great humor books, "The Supermarket Guy 1, 2, and 3 now available online at bookstores worldwide! Warning: Content may not be suitable for some viewers ( 14 +) http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss_1/185-3643275-1964029?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Daren+Doucet
The Book Caster is an interesting website.
Here is a link to another interesting website. A site, where you place your ideas on who could be cast for the main characters in your book. http://www.thebookcaster.com/
or http://www.thebookcaster.com/the-supermarket-guy/ for my books link.
I did not get posted on that site yet, but some of the ideas I threw around on a thread on book blogs were the following.
Jim Carrey would have been the best "Supermarket Guy", but Mark Walhberg is funny too (with Will Ferrell in The Other Guys), and Ben Stiller. These guys are just too middle age now for the part.
A young Adam Sandler, maybe even James Franco (he is funny), but once again the age is there. Franco looks young, though. James Franco could do the job, with some Hollywood magic.
I would say 1. Andrew Garfield, could be "The Supermarket Guy 1, 2, and 3", but 2. Benjamin Walker would look good too. These are two young, up and coming new stars.
These were my ideas, on who could play the main protagonist in my books.. Till next time...
I had only went into a store to buy a few Ferrero Rocher packages of chocolates... Then, I went into the next store, not realizing that I left the small, 3 chocolates per package, delicious Rochers in my middle vehicle organizer. On the way back, I did not even notice.
I had got out of my vehicle, and only when I went to search for something on that side, it all came together. The package was torn, with only one individually wrapped Ferro Rocher out of its packaging. She had selected one, and even tore the golden foil paper from the once existing Rocher Chocolate.
I looked over at my Dog. This was a little too much for me to handle. I yelled "Pushkin! You ate one of my Ferrero Rocher!" Is she the only dog in the world that probably ate a Ferrero Rocher.
Good point in standing, she actually thought the process through. She did not destroy the three chocolates in the package, all in one bite. She used her incisors, exactly as a surgeon would, to take apart the package from t…
Rukkabunk looked up at his mother. He was carrying his prized yorkshire terrier abord the luxury cruise ship, the prestigious oil tanker "Black Sea Patches", as its rusty old sheet metal was thin and sometimes let out a streak of oil slick on top of the mighty world oceans.
Rukkabunk looked at pitiful, weak Jorumthium and laughed "I bet Jorumthium wishes he had a pet lime mine! My dog is some smart and sharp, probably way to intelligent for that 5 year old kid over there!"
His elegant red leather dressed, high heeled mom smirked and patted him on the head "Son, you know what I told you about belittling people! Do your best to show them that you are pretty much perfect in everything, and that they are lousy in all what they do! Then throw your Yorkshire Terrier head first at the little boy, and watch him bite his head off!"
Poor Jorumthium ducked near the side rails on the top deck of the boat, as the poor little Yorkshire Terrier flew over the deck... Ru…
I tilled my fathers garden the other day. The ground, was not froze at all, for Northern NB. Exposed to have snow and ice pellets tomorrow morning, then changing into rain. My dad always said, only after the first week of June, gardens are normally planted. This is when you are sure to have no heavy duty frost in the morning.
Green beans, butter beans, carrots, onions and cucumbers are usually the norm in our garden. We are not too much into the potato thing, but many farmers up North plant allot of potatoes and they do have great crop yields. Only if a blight comes, too much rain and fog, does thing goes sour for the gardens.
By tilling the garden the other day, makes it a little less work in the heat for myself, later on. I found it was hard, as the soil would get hard packed, when tilling it in the first week of June. In the late fall, when the bean pods get a rust on them, we shell the beans and make a pot. Those beans are delicious, with butter, salt, pepper, and an onion boile…