Life should be an incredible odyssey… our mind and bodies are the adventure machines to take us there. To be all that we hope for requires a commitment to excellence which can take us to where dreams reside. (Left), another of Steve’s pictures, the shark is five feet out of the water.
Steve is pleased to announce that he has just published his 6th book, CLUB FED on Amazon. It is available at an introductory price of $2.99. Just go to Amazon, and type in CLUB FED and it will be one of the first items listed.
Mojave Desert, 1984. During a training event, the Town of Boron volunteers accidentally burnt down their firehouse with the fire engine inside. It falls on inmates from the nearby prison camp to protect the small desert community. However, the convicts have to get a 1941 American LaFrance fire engine operational. It has sat in storage for over 20 years. Being honor inmates, they make a commitment to only steal the parts they need from government vehicles. Donning vintage firefighter turnouts from WWII, they soon realize that the uniforms they wear require that they become men of purpose. Can a ragtag gang of inmates actually become lifesaving heroes? Join them as they leave the prison camp for the first time on an emergency response. It has all the excitement of a prison escape with the fire engine’s siren wailing and the most amazing female prison guard-riding shotgun.
Winning the Gold
Stephen Arrington’s newest documentary, Dust to Dreams, wins gold at WorldFest, the largest independent film festival in North America.
Over 4200 films were submitted and Dust to Dreams won gold in the category, Documentary Short, Western. This documentary is ideal for schools and families as it teaches about values and suicide awareness.
Help turn this 30 minute documentary into a feature length work to help youth with choices. Currently teen suicide is the #1 killer of youth and #3 is unintentional poisoning, which is drug overdose. Donors who contribute $100 or more will be placed in the documentary credits. Become a sponsor today. Note: for more details call Steve at 530 872 4884
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