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Mitch Steinman

Author of

THE DIRECTOR

BOOKS

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eBook

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Paperback

The Walk-On
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Coming Feburary 2022
 

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BIO

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My love for story is profound. It doesn’t take much for me to become entrenched within the world of story and character, an active, wanton observer, so eager to become riveted.

      So often it’s the little gestures: the body language of passion, the facial expressions of sadness, the blankness of doom that parlay the gravity of the moment. The tiniest of body ticks, the raptured telling of the eyes, stillness, the sterilized needled focus of the moment in time, three dimensional still shots with a pulse, suppressed adrenaline that builds up inside us. Those are the moments where I’m most in tune with my emotions, my breathing, my sense of being, and where I become lost in story.

  I’m gripped entirely by the pull of emotion where breathing becomes labored, where butterflies flail within the buildup of acid churning in the pit of the stomach. Fear begins to pump and anxiety builds as the soundtrack within my head becomes industrial, pulse-pounding, blood pressure rising, temples pressing, foreheads burning, hands trembling, knees twitching, and lips quivering. Those first two or three seconds of an earthquake, the tension as we feel the ground begin to shift and hear the windows start to rattle, it’s here where the heart stops. These are the moments I strive to feel in hopes of one day capturing on the page. 

 
 

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Tel: 760-485-9076| JHFP@aol.com

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