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Never Too Late to Live Your Dream
By Carissa Dalton and Chris Dalton
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Editor’s Note: In today’s newsletter, we’re featuring Prophecy Investigators contributor Christopher Dalton and his wife Carissa’s new movie, All The Dragons, now available for viewing on Amazon Prime.
Told through humor and drama, conflict and resolution, All The Dragons is the story of a woman facing her past, embracing her gifts, and setting out to mend the damaged areas of life, so she and her family can fully live.
May Connor's life has hit a wall. The answer is to go back to her roots. What she finds waiting for her are long-buried dreams and unresolved issues.
She discovers a friend from the past hasn't been able to shake the shared trauma.
She learns her father is a stronger, more compassionate man than she remembered.
And she reconnects with her son while uncovering long-discarded joys.
Here's the link to watch the film: https://tinyurl.com/4dajryft
Chris and Carissa Dalton’s Bios
Carissa Dalton is a professional actor, writer, director, teacher and coach. As an actor, she has twenty years of commercial, television, film, and stage experience. She has appeared in projects for Volkswagen, Teleflora, Amtrak, Mitsubishi, Sony TV, National Geographic and more. As a writer, actor and director, she co-wrote, starred-in, and directed the feature film, All The Dragons. She has also directed thirty short films.
Christopher Dalton is a professional business writer, a published author, a ghostwriter of twelve books, as well as a novelist, playwright, and screenwriter with ten finished scripts. He co-wrote the feature film, All The Dragons, with Carissa Dalton.