The Great Giant Snowball

When a great giant snowball engulfs an entire village by swallowing up every person and place around, the very children who had made the snowball have to evert dangerous perils in order to get back to their families, fortunatly their are creatures that help them along on their journey.
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About Walter Tasbas

I was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1980 of Muammer and Hedy Tasbas both worked as doctors in different fields. I then moved or was moved, to Rochester, NY at the age of three, I grew up there until I attended college in Florida, well sort of, it was a sort of trade school that taught film studies, eventually the school turned into a University years later. Full Sail University. After graduating with a Associates of Science, I moved back to Rochester, NY I tried my hand at music and failed, I guess you can say I failed
"Le Miserable". After years of working dead end jobs or at Target Stores, same difference, I started working as a DJ on a sort of collage radio station 90.5 FM where I enjoyed playing Indi Rock to the people of Rochester, NY. I left Rochester a second time to go back to school this time recieving a Bachelor of Science, again in film but this time instead of coming back home I left for sunny Southern California. Hollywood, baby! To be the next Britney Spears or maybe even the next Lindsay Lohan, Agggaaain I failed Le Miserable and had to move back too, Yep you guessed it, Rochester, NY that was in 2009. That year I began to write my first children's book "The Great Giant Snowball". Since then I have continued to write various works. I recently finished my first screenplay that I intend to turn into an Independent film and am hoping this time won't fail and especially hoping not fail, Le Miserable. I apoligize, I can't help it. I also have plans on making a new children's series in the near future. Thank you for reading my Bio, I hope you enjoyed learning about me, and who I am and also I hope you enjoy reading my books. Thank you, sincerely,
Walter J. Tasbas

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