Member Tony Piazza:
Author and actor Tony Piazza has a featured interview up on the Dames of Dialogue website.
In that interview Tony speaks about:
- How he came to write his first published novel, Anything Short of Murder.
- His upcoming novel, The Curse of The Crimson Dragon (March 2012).
- His genesis as a writer.
- His writing methods and goals.
- The ways he promotes his books.
- And much more!
Click HERE to read the interview!
As well, Tony will be a guest -- for the second time -- on local radio host Dave Congalton's show on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 @ 6:00 - 7:00 pm. The discussion will be the motion picture "Bullitt" and Steve McQueen.
So help us to celebrate the success of one of our friends and colleagues. Tune in to Dave Congalton's show on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 @ 6:00 - 7:00 pm.
The KVEC website (http://www.920kvec.com) includes live hookups to Dave Congalton's show and stores podcasts (recorded episodes).
To find out more about Tony and his work, please visit:
Bullitt Points, a new ebook by film historian and author Tony Piazza. Tony shares his memories of Steve McQueen during the filming of Bullitt. You won’t want to miss this fascinating behind the scenes account of the making of the movie! Introduction by Dave Congalton, popular KVEC talk show host, and screenplay writer.
Purchase at bullittpoints.com or Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords websites. All proceeds goes to The Boys Republic, a charity that helps troubled youth.
See our MEMBERS' BOOKS website section to read about and purchase Tony Piazza's book.
Tony Piazza was employed for ten years in the film industry as an actor, extra, and stand-in. He worked with Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, Clint Eastwood and Karl Malden. He owns a Biology degree and has worked in scientific research and pathology. Combining his background in the film industry with his knowledge of police procedures - his father was in law enforcement -- he wrote "Anything Short of Murder." His second novel is due for release in March 2012.