Library Tales Publishing, the New York publisher that released Tim Pratt’s latest work My Life with Ewa: The Early Years, has announced that it will be making a film adaptation of the book.
The publisher announced on Monday that it has begun composing a screenplay for the recently released book, My Life with Ewa: The Early Years. The book tells the true story of Tim Pratt, a young Des Moines barbershop quartet member, who took a trip to Poland in the 1970s in hopes of promoting Americanism to a communist country. He soon fell in love with his tour guide, and together they sailed, hitchhiked and traveled across Europe, encountering many difficulties in their efforts to stay close. The screenplay is now being written in New York, and the publisher is in the midst of sealing production and distribution deals with a few Hollywood studios. Updates on the process may be found on the company’s website, www.librarytalespublishing.com. Information on the book can be found at www.mylifewithewa.com.
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