A Message from Wiseblood

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What is Wiseblood? A press. A record company. A script-to-screen concern. And now, a brand:

With 10 full days to go, we are astonishingly close to our goal of 301 likes! (We had no idea we were so likeable.) We sincerely thank each and every one of you for sharing Wiseblood with the world!!

In appreciation for your help, we’re raising the bar:

1) We’ll draw a name as soon as we reach 301 likes. The winner still gets any Wiseblood original of their choice, but they don’t have to wait until June 30 like a chump to get it.

2) If we reach 350 likes by June 30, we will draw a second name–this winner will receive an autographed copy of A Waste of Shame and Other Sad Tales of the Appalachian Foothills by Geoffrey Smagacz.


Thanks again!


2413 Games of chance (card games, etc.) or wagers are not in themselves contrary to justice. They become morally unacceptable when they deprive someone of what is necessary to provide for his needs and those of others. The passion for gambling risks becoming an enslavement. Unfair wagers and cheating at games constitute grave matter, unless the damage inflicted is so slight that the one who suffers it cannot reasonably consider it significant.


  1. What is Wiseblood? A konflikt of interest, a Corrective to Korrektiv, a bit of poison in the well, a…

    Just kidding of course – mostly.


  2. Imelda/Sophia, O.P. says

    These people are too literate to be alive, or possibly imaginary. One of those.

    Nevertheless, I really, really want to see that screenplay optioned.

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