Jordan Gershowitz is signing copies of “Ignore the Trolls” in CA this month.
BOOK SIGNING DETAILS
Saturday, November 23, 2019 – 10:30am
695 E. Colorado Boulevard
Pasadena, CA 91101
About the Author:
Jordan Gershowitz is a seasoned screenwriter, playwright, and author. His debut picture book, Ignore the Trolls, will be released by POW! Kids in 2019. Named to the 2018 ‘Young And Hungry’ List as one of Hollywood’s top new writers, Jordan has written for iconic properties such as Tom & Jerry, Danger Mouse, Laurel & Hardy, and Sesame Street. His recent television credits include Nickelodeon’s Welcome To The Wayne, Warner Bros’ Bunnicula, and Disney’s Gigantosaurus. Internationally, his work appears on Amazon, Boomerang, the BBC, and others. Jordan’s latest project, Bar Crawl, was named to the 2018 Hit List as one of the best spec scripts of the year. In addition to writing, Jordan has executive produced the feature films; Temps, Random Tropical Paradise, and The Good Catholic (Winner, Best Picture – Santa Barbara International Film Festival). Jordan is also an award-winning musician and was nominated for the MTV VMA for Best Breakout Artist as a member of the band Rushmore.
About the Book:
Ignore the Trolls is funny fairytale with a serious contemporary message about the online bullies known as trolls, and how to deal with them.
In the majestic kingdom of Holly Hills lives Tim the Timid, a shy boy who has big dreams. He longs to join the jousting team so he can be one of the Knights, the coolest and most valiant kids at Ye Olde Elementary School. When tryouts are announced, Tim’s friend Bethany the Brave offers him some advice: whatever Tim does, he must ignore the trolls.
For it’s not all fairies and unicorns in Holly Hills. The land is overrun with nasty, mocking creatures that love attacking the weaknesses in others with the help of their magic picture-takers, and flocks of vicious bluebirds that tweet their cruelty across the kingdom. If you try to fight them, they only multiply.
But shutting out their empty taunts is easier said than done. Will Tim learn to just ignore the trolls, and ride to victory?