My novel CROSSERS has been optioned

January 19, 2013 | By | 4 Replies More
CROSSERS (2009)

CROSSERS (2009)

I’m pleased to announce that my novel, Crossers, has recently been optioned for a feature film or TV adaptation by American Entertainment Investors, Inc., one of the leading financial advisors to the independent film industry. AEI’s clients include such prominent production companies as Alcon Entertainment, River Road Entertainment, and Exclusive Media Group. AEI also advised Goldman Sachs and Assured Guarantee on restructuring The Weinstein Company in 2010.

Read the plot summary and reviews about the book here.

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  1. Wonderful goods from you, man. I have understand your stuff previous to and you are just extremely fantastic.

  2. Hello Philip-
    My husband discovered “Rumor of War” in the library several months ago. Since then we have been reading and loving several of your books; right now I am in the middle of The Voyage. We are both readers but had never heard of you and are delighted to have found you! Each one of the books we’ve read has been exquisitely written, and the themes are deeply affecting and meaningful.
    Thank you for the contribution you are making to our world.
    Connie Myslik-McFadden

  3. Donald says:

    Since Rumour Of War, I have enjoyed about 11 of your books thus far. Each is to a high literary standard, developing multiple characters and parallel unrelated plot lines weaving intricately into one unpredictable denouement. Today’s audience, similar to Hollywood, wants quick and simple not to tax the brain, but to
    my friends and acquaintances who read, your books are superb. I hope any Hollywood option to put Crossers
    on film does not butcher the beautiful complexity of your book.
    You are a favorite author along with John Steinbeck, Truman Capote, Edgar Allen Poe.
    I have read quite a bit about Vietnam and am fortunate enough to have missed the draft by a couple months.
    I was dumb enough and naive enough at 18 I would have gone into that meat grinder.
    Thank you

  4. Joan Krebs says:

    Philip, I forgot to mention in the other comment that so far, for me, and I’ve read almost everything in your repetoire, ACTS OF FAITH is the best. I’ve read it at least twice, possibly three times and I’ll probably get into it at least once more while I’m in this life. Its opening paragraph is outstanding, carrying within not only the entire novel but at least a month’s spiritual reflecton. This was another book I keep putting on the recommended list for our Spirituality of Solidarity discussions in LaGrange.

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