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Running Blind To Show at Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Published on January 14, 2014 by in Running Blind

Running Blind, the film about EJ Scott’s running of 12 Marathons in 2012, has been accepted to the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. 

The film will have screenings on February 8 and 9, 2014.

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Time and Tide Publishing CHM Charity Calling for Submissions

Published on January 13, 2014 by in Fundraising

531251_215980915186263_181272873_nA call for Writers to send in submissions to help find a cure for Choroideremia through the Time and Tide Publishing CHM Charity anthology.

Let’s write for a cure! As writers, sight is one of the most precious gifts we have, but what if it was fading? What if you had the lingering fear of waking up one day to darkness? For some, it’s a reality. Help us spread the word to stop Choroideremia.

The charity is for The Choroideremia Research Foundation Inc. The disease attacks one’s sight and, gradually, the afflicted person goes blind. There are tons of other debilitating effects, such as never driving car, never seeing a star and having sensitivity to daylight. Also, kids can be born with it, since it’s an inherited disease.

The concept of the anthology is a “chicken soup for the soul” setting. Character(s) must battle with blindness in any genre (except erotica). However, the character with the disease cannot be shown in a negative light throughout the entire story. If they are crumbling, there must be an inspirational, happy ending.

Submissions are open to all authors–published or those aspiring to be published. All submissions must be new material. Previously published submissions will not be considered.

To submit a manuscript for consideration, please follow these guidelines:

  • use the naming convention CHM_Anthology_TITLE and in the subject line of your email indicate CHM Anthology.
  • include a letter of author introduction (in the body of the email)
  • include a blurb of the submitted story and a short synopsis (in the body of the email)
  • attach a Word doc of the full manuscript, 20,000 to 30,000 words (Full manuscripts are required as it is a special project.)

Submissions are open until filled. Send your submission to submissions@timeandtidepublishing.com

100% of the profits go toward The Choroideremia Research Foundation Inc.

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Sponsor Mark in his “Dropping Calories 4 A Cure” Campaign

A few years ago, EJ did the same thing and lost lots of weight and raised money for the CRF, now Mark is trying to do the same by losing 83 pounds and raise money to benefit the “CRF” in his “Dropping Calories 4 a Cure” Campaign.

Hear what Mark is trying to do:

As you may notice by the pictures, I have put on a couple of pounds over the years. Okay, more than a couple. I have decided that this is the year I going to get rid of those extra pounds. Just like anyone else trying to lose weight, I have come up with something to give me some incentive, and that’s where you come in!

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I am asking you to sponsor me in my Dropping Calories 4 A Cure Campaign. You may either sponsor on a per pound basis or a set amount that you will donate when I have reached my goals. I plan to lose 83 pounds!!! Please email me to let me know your sponsorship level. I will be updating my sponsors on my progress.

As you know, my son Markie is losing his sight due to the effects of Choroideremia (CHM). My father-in-law has completely lost his sight from this disease. The money we raise will go to the Choroideremia Research Foundation, which is funding the research that we know will save Markies sight. Please help by sponsoring us today or by making a gift using the PayPal button on the link below.

Thank You from the bottom of my heart for not only helping me reach my goal of weight loss but helping with my ULTIMATE goal in life…..saving my son’s sight!!!

Click here to learn more and to support his campaign.




 
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EJ Podcast: Howard Stern Roundtable

Published on January 9, 2014 by in EJ Podcast

Below is a new “Scratch the Surface” EJ Podcast. This is EJ’s first roundtable discussion and the topic is The HOWARD STERN SHOW!! Join EJ and 3 other Stern lovers.

Keith was an intern for the E! Show in the 90’s and has become friendly with Stuttering John, Liz writes a Stern blog and Dario discovered Stern when he moved to the USA from Bosnia and had some awkward encounters with KC Armstrong.

Topics discussed include where is Howard TV, why is Robin not in the studio again, wack packers, our love and worry for Artie Lange, the Benjy vortex and why he does what he does, is Richard an alcoholic and so much more! It was a really fun time and we hope you will also enjoy it.

BABABOOEY to y’all!!!

Please share with your friends on social media or any other way. Listen to EJ’s other podcasts because those are pretty amazing also.

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EJ Podcast with Arye Gross

Published on January 6, 2014 by in EJ Podcast

Below is the first “Scratch the Surface” EJ Podcast for 2014. EJ has as his guest today Arye Gross who has been seen in many films and TV. 

EJ talks with Gross about the controversy behind the movie, “Soul Man,” his getting fired from the TV show “Ellen” with Ellen Degeneres, working with John Travolta on the “Experts,”and  working with Walter Matthau. He even tells a Mathau joke.  Maybe the most interesting thing they talk about is how Gross’ went “underground” with his parents for a year when running from hired guns hired to kill his father. Yup. Its pretty crazy.

They touch on his near retirement early on in his career, his fathers possible involvement with the real Manhattan Project, not wanting to play a mime on “Growing Pains” and for the first time Arye talks about the tragic loss of his brother to suicide.

EJ said that it was a pleasure talking with Arye. and he hopes you will enjoy listening to it as much as he enjoyed conducting it.

Please share with your friends on social media or any other way. Listen to EJ’s other podcasts because those are pretty amazing also.

Listen and Enjoy.

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