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I’ve been working on a sequel to “Document 512” and also “The Art of Raising Hell” at the same time but can’t make up my mind which to finish first. What do you think?

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The Dark Tower movie just won the Worst Adapted Screenplay award of all time. Stephen King, what were you thinking?

a nice little article in my old campus newspaper about college days.

With the UI celebrating birthday No. 150 this year, Editor Jeff D'Alessio caught up with hundreds of graduates who've gone on to greatness. Today: biggest campus influences.
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Thomas Lopinski - Author

Isn't "Manchester By The Sea" the untold story of Dante Alagori from "The Art of Raising Hell"?

Thank you, Michele, for putting my script in front of some very influential people. Some friends are like ships passing in the night and others are friends forever.

Isn't "Manchester By The Sea" the untold story of Dante Alagori from "The Art of Raising Hell"?

For those of you wondering where I've been the last few months, I've been learning the art of screenplay writing. It's a whole different animal compared to writing a novel. I think I finally have something worth reading. Now comes the hard part!

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Hi folks,

I’ve been kicking around the idea of bringing a few copies of my latest novel to the Georgetown Library over Memorial Day weekend and have them available for purchase. If you’re interested in buying a copy, please click “Interested”. If you just want to come by and say hello, talk about Lonny and the gang or get a book signed, please click “Going”. If you’re not interested at all, please don't do anything and I’ll try not to bother you any further.

Thanks

MAY28
Sat 10:00 AM CDTGeorgetown LibraryGeorgetown, IL
18 people interested

Hello everyone,

I managed to get three of my girls in the same room for a few minutes and look what happened.

Enjoy the short video and please share it with everyone....

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The Lopinski Triplets talk about "The Art of Raising Hell" in their own special way. The novel was the 2015 winner of the Best Young Adult Novel from Best In...
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Give the gift of reading this Holiday. It's the perfect gift for someone who has everything. Also available in audio book.

http://www.amazon.com/…/B0091IL…/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1
OR
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/%22Thomas%20Lopinski%22…

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A visit from Anna at the local author showcase

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The Burbank Public Library is having a Local Author Showcase this Saturday from 1-4. If you're in the area, please come out and support the writing community, and say hi.

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Here's Thomas Lopinski with his 2015 Best Indie Book Award for "The Art of Raising Hell" +Thomas Lopinski Go Thomas! - BestIndie BookAward - Google+
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"The Art of Raising Hell" just won Best Young Adult Novel from Best Indie Book Awards!!!

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Nice blurb in the Champaign News Gazette today. Look up Ask 'Mimi,' Aug. 9, 2015.

Great five star review from Readers Favorite

Reviewed by Hilary Hawkes for Readers' Favorite Thomas Lopinski’s The Art of Raising Hell is the story of young Ryan Johnson (nicknamed Newbie by his friends and throughout the book) and is set in the 1970s. Newbie and his father move to Bunsen Creek, Illinois, after the tragic death of his mom in a…
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