Cover Concept Contest
for author Joseph Carpenter
Which concept you would choose for the cover of “Special Report”
When a mysterious faith healer suddenly appears in Texas, Satan and the Federal government join forces to discredit him and stop his followers from gaining too much power. But when Amy Frostberg, an up and coming reporter for the Texas News Television Network is tasked with getting to the bottom of the story, she finds herself in the middle of a battle between good and evil.
This is a book cover concept which will also be a poster for the future movie.
Joseph E. Miller, aka Joseph Carpenter, directs, writes, and produces films for television, cable and movies.
Joseph enlisted in the US Army and spent five years in Western Europe during the height of the Cold War as a Counter Intelligence Agent with the 66th and later served as a Recon Scout with the famed Echo Company, 2nd Battalion 506th Infantry (Currahee) 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam from December 1969 to November 1970. He was wounded in action in November 1970.
A graduate of the University of Maryland, Duke holds BS and MA degrees and has received numerous, national and international awards for his work including, the Honor Award of the Association of Military Surgeons International, a Certificate of Merit from the Entertainment Industry Council and the coveted CINE Golden Eagle.
Some of his work includes:
- Producer on “When Andrew Came Home,” a television movie for Lifetime Television, starring Park Overall, Seth Adkins and Jason Begue.
- Produced “A Memory In My Heart,” a television movie for CBS starring Jane Seymour, A. Martinez, and Bruce Davison.
- Co-Executive Producer on “Perfect Crime,” Starring Mitzi Kapture, Jasmine Guy and Nick Searcy, a television movie for USA Networks, One of the highest rated movies in the networks’ history and the winner, of a “CINE Golden Eagle” and the Entertainment Industries Council’s “PRISM Certificate of Merit.”
- Producer/Director for the Feature Film, “Jonni Dingo’s Eyeball” starring Judd Nelson.
Joseph, who has made over fifty non-fiction films, written more than one-hundred and fifty newspaper and magazine articles, numerous film and television scripts, produced several TV movies and is currently producing two feature films, “Jonni Dingo’s Eyeball,” and “Hot Rod Zombies,” also writes under the pseudonym of Duke Zimmer.