Dreams are the unrealized fruit of the soul. They inspire, motivate, and propel individuals forward. After recognizing this, I created Dreamer Loop. I’m sure it’s nice to finally see the face behind the brand. My primary goal is to showcase others who are fighting difficult circumstances to accomplish something worthwhile. For October I skipped the monthly newsletter in favor of this article. This is a time to share my ambitions, rally support, and teach to benefit readers.
Here’s a sneak peek of page three of Rebecca and the War of Las Almas.
The artistic direction of the book is inspired by Sin City, Naruto and X-men.
Last week, the Kickstarter page for my graphic novel, Rebecca and the War of Las Almas, went live, and it can be viewed here. The story centers on Rebecca Rosario, Public Relations Representative for a multi-billion dollar agricultural company named Ron & Ryan, discovering her corporation is developing seeds that grant supernatural abilities. Rebecca finds that horrific experiments were done to perfect these seeds, and she chooses to leak this info to the press. Ron & Ryan sends two super-powered hunters to stop her and preserve their secrets. Rebecca then fights back and realizes powers of her own.
The calling for my life is inspiring and motivating others. That can manifest through a comic, website, or any field/platform. Comics and this blog are merely the current platforms of choice. Everything is related, for stories can motivate individuals to take action: right, wrong, and anything in between. Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan’s tale of a missed connection (which was later realized) in Sleepless in Seattledrove dozens of people to the Empire State Building in search of love. Nicolas Cage, whose real name is “Nicolas Coppola,” swapped his last name for “Cage” to empower himself. He borrowed his name from the African-American superhero Luke Cage, who sometimes uses the alias Power Man.
This is from the day I interviewed last week’s guest, Ericka De La Cruz.
She’s helping me learn about radio, marketing and promoting. By the way,
Egg Slut is a popular restaurant in LA. I highly recommend it.
A deferred dream equals heartache and frustration. Like many I chose to focus on a safe career path, yet safety does not compare to fulfillment. Teaching by example is arguably the best method. Jesus lived what He taught, and 2015 years later He is still being debated. I urge others to dream and search for purpose in their lives. Every person who has been covered on this site has a decent grasp of their purpose. If they can overcome life’s constant tests and challenges to step onward, what is holding everyone else back?
Fear can freeze momentum. What if this doesn’t work? What if there isn’t enough money? What if people don’t listen? “What if” can open doors of doubt but also possibility. What if people support the idea? What if things go better than anticipated? What if this changes lives and builds communities? Every dreamer should seek to give. Steve Jobs gave the world a different perspective. Why can’t Apple have a phone? Why can’t someone carry 1000 songs in her pocket? Why can’t Itunes change the music industry? Dreamers challenge the norm and progress regardless of what others think or say. Stay encouraged.
I’m with Mannie Ramos Jr. and Shelley Francisco here. This is from when
we filmed the park scene for the Rebecca and the War of Las Almas short film.
Taking initiative and stepping out on faith has only strengthened my walk. Individuals I met with the sole intent of showcasing on Dreamer Loop have become good friends and powerful assets. Everything is related. Mannie Ramos and Shelley Francisco are two actors that were highlighted here. When the idea of filming a short film in support of my graphic novel arose, actors were needed. Who did I call? Do not be afraid to connect with others to uplift and share ideas. One way of adding value to oneself is to add value to someone else. Chances are he or she would like to return the favor, for dream chasing is a team effort.
Stay in the loop with other dreamers. Do not give up. The road is long, yet the journey is worthwhile. Chase the dream. Be inspired. Create something. Push forward. Imagine possibilities. Fight on.
Check out part one (of three) of the short film we created to support my graphic novel. The other two parts are also on YouTube. Enjoy!
Message From the Writer:
I ask that you’d take time to visit my Kickstarter page and donate to help my dream become a reality. I believe that my story can inspire people to strive and do right. I hope you got at least a small amount of inspiration or insight from the article. Return next week to see another dreamer who’s grinding for his purpose. Stay tuned, dreamers.
Here’s another link to the Kickstarter
Rebecca and the War of Las Almas
Check the Kickstarter page every Thursday between October 15 and November 11 for 2 new comic pages!
Photo/video credit: Dreamer Loop