In the very near future, we are going to feature and highlight blog and social media posts that will speak specifically to the innovations that Pazzaria Productions has brought, and is bringing to humanity.
We feel that this is a much more commendable and hopefully praiseworthy approach to what we have on the table.
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.”
In grand, innovative style, we are updating our current corporate website. We are injecting much more story into the whole thing. We are moving away from this notion that a website should be within the same ideation as an “interactive magazine”, but, rather, taking more of the production thrust of a theme park attraction, at it’s core.
We have four wizards, forming our coven, that showcase the various areas of Pazzaria Productions. Through this presentation actually comes the creation of the world of Light (as showcased in our books).
William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” app…
This fun, highly interactive, hilarious piece of wondrous poetry will come to life in a fun, interactive app!
It will be almost video game-like.
What we are bringing to the table is this idea of integrating this timeless tale with our “The Lost Rose” series, for an unforgettable online adventure!
Pazzaria Productions is bringing something entirely new and different to the world of entertainment.
This is the idea of “User Interactive Merchandise”. These are items that are either integral to a character’s plot, and/or move your own personal story forward, within our world.
As an example…. In Chapter 1 – “A Spark Full of Life!” of the epic Apple Book, “The Legend of the Lost Rose”, our hero, Spark the flying frog, is seen painting one of his usual masterpieces.
“Over the past year, a specialized area of interest has presented itself to Spark. He has heard about this “Grand Lost Rose”. It is the most revered flower in all of LIGHT. The juice, when extracted with special machines, is said to make one love everything, and live forever. The people whom have had this new type of rose are called the Roseela.
The flowers, nor the juice, are easy to come by. Due to the rose’s intense power, one cannot simply pick it. Even looking at them alive for more than a few minutes can stun a person. So they must be grown in ways that is are best for one’s health while attempting to preserve all of the benefits of this mysterious flower.
The cost is so high, that only a small handful of factories can produce the juice. And at that, even a smaller number of creatures living in LIGHT can afford it.
Of course, the purest of these flowers is the red rose. Medicinal potions are made from lesser flowers from different colors, but, these aren’t nearly as powerful.
This rose species is so special to Spark that he’s painted its likeness upon a keepsake box. In here, he keeps his most valuable treasures.”