We Are Big, Fat, Shameless Pigs (And Darned Proud of it Too, LOL!)!

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“Oink, oink, oink”
-The Pig

Hhhheeeelllllooooo!!!!

Gggguuueeessss wwwhhhhatttt??!!

Celebration Life Magazine decided to feature us in several of their social media posts!

It would do us a great honor if you could please visit them below, and like, comment, follow, etc…

Thank you ever so much!


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Butter + Grow = Magick!

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Please enjoy this excerpt from Daniel L Rappaport’s Apple Book – The Legend of the Lost Rose.


Excerpt
Spark and Miss Buttergrow are deep within his little cave.
The fireplace is burning with its mystic glow of familiarity.
 
You can sense it.  The air doesn’t smell the same.  Almost rot like. Yes, the evil is even encroaching on the little home, overpowering the Magickal rain. Soon, there will be nothing left.
 
“I want to help, but I don’t know much beyond my lake-pond,”
said Spark.
 
“It’s ok! We can start out slow, and easy.  The important thing is that we do start!” Miss Buttergrow reassured.”

“You, believe it or not, are inextricably linked to this the whole demise of the our land.  But this is a great thing, because you are so essential a link at in how we are going to restore everything!  It has to do with a certain portion that you have in your possession!”
 
“GET OUT!! GGGEEETTTT OUT!!!!!! YOU CAN’T HAVE IT!! I HAVE PLENTY IN THE INSECT WORLD WHO HATE ME. I WILL HAVE THEM KILL YOU!!! NEVER COME BACK!!!” the enraged Spark commanded.
 
“Nnnooww S s s pppaa a arrkkk… I assure you, I bring you no harm, and can do Magick! See!” All of a sudden, a swirl of different colored bubbles filled the air.

Excerpt From: Daniel L Rappaport & Patricia Gresham. “The Legend of the Lost Rose.” North Hamilton Press. Apple Books.
https://books.apple.com/us/book/the-legend-of-the-lost-rose/id836967197

Conclusion
This is just an excerpt from the Apple Book, The Legend of the Lost Rose by Daniel L Rappaport.

Question
Did you enjoy it?



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Magic, Magick or Voodoo?!

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Iiiiii””’mmmmm bbbbaaaaccckkk!!!!!

This is the first, of two trailers for the second episode of “A Magical B.T.S.” (Behind the Scenes).

This is a funny, magical and educational YouTube series by your favorite creative team, here at Pazzaria Productions.

Please enjoy!

Please don’t forget to like, comment, subscribe and hit that bell notification icon, so that you will be reminded of future episodes.

This really helps me and the channel out, with regard to getting the word out there.

Thank you ever so much!

Enjoy!


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A Midsummer Night’s App 3

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Puck
“Thou speaks alright;
I am that merry wanderer of the night.
I just to Oberon and make him smile
When I a fat and bean-fed horse beguile.”

William Shakespeare
A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Pazzaria Productions & Pazzaria Interconnected Media
magikcally and proudly presents….

This is a series of blog posts, where we will present character designs, Shakespearean quotes, concepts, progress, etc… for this very exciting app, coming your way soon!


Puck


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We Are Shameless Pigs!

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Why? Because today is National Pink Day, obviously!

It’s definitely a day to celebrate!

Pazzaria Productions has been featured in Celebration Life Magazine!

Please click on the cover to or the article, see the whole thing.

Page 14.

aaaannndddd……

National Pink Day!


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Happy Father’s Day!

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Hhhhhheeeelllllooooo all! 

For this father’s day, we would very much like to share with you the culture and history behind this very meaningful holiday.

In addition, here is an excerpt from our Apple Book, The Legend of the Lost Rose:

“Daddy, daddy, daddy, daddy!” said a grouping of what appeared to be about a ton of small frogs, as Spark and Petite walked through the door.
 
“We were brought from a pond, and were told that you will be our daddy! Is this true, daddy?!” This came out of a particular three of them. The rest just croaked.
 
“Remember that surprise?” said Petite.
 
Spark couldn’t believe it, and was welling up in tears. “How, in all of wondrous LIGHT did you ever know that I have always wanted children? And, where did they come from?!” asked an overly emotional Spark.
 
“Call it a gut instinct, and let’s just say that Miss Buttergrow, may she rest in peace, when she was alive, owed me a special favor.”

Excerpt From: Daniel L Rappaport & Patricia Gresham. “The Legend of the Lost Rose.” North Hamilton Press. Apple Books. https://books.apple.com/us/book/the-legend-of-the-lost-rose/id836967197

That is all for this post! Have a wonderful day!


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A Midsummer Night’s App 2

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Theseus
“Now, fair Hippolyta, our nuptial hour
Draws on apace; four happy days bring in
Another moon: but, O, methinks, how slow
This old moon wanes! she lingers my desires,
Like to a step-dame or a dowager
Long withering out a young man revenue.”

William Shakespeare
A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Pazzaria Productions & Pazzaria Interconnected Media
magikcally and proudly presents….

This is a series of blog posts, where we will present character designs, Shakespearean quotes, concepts, progress, etc.. for this very exciting app, coming your way soon!


Theseus


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I’m in the FIDM Blog!

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Hello all! FIDM/The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising has decided to feature me (Daniel L Rappaport – Director of Creation – Pazzaria Productions) in their blog!

I received my Associates of Arts degree in Digital Media there, in 2008.

Please see it all here, and enjoy!

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A Midsummer Night’s App 1

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Titania
“I pray thee, gentle mortal, sing again:
Mine ear is much enamour’d of thy note;
So is mine eye enthralled to thy shape;
And they fair virtue’s force perforce doth move me
On the first view to say, to swear, I love thee.”

William Shakespeare
A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Pazzaria Productions & Pazzaria Interconnected Media
magikcally and proudly presents….

This is a series of blog posts, where we will present character designs, Shakespearean quotes, concepts, progress, etc.. for this very exciting app, coming your way soon!


Titania


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