Wednesday, June 26, 2013

The Bounce Back with Shemar Moore

Due to rules and laws I must first tell you that this is a sponsored post. I am receiving publication, social media perks but no financial compensation. My opinion about the actor and product are solely my own and given truthful without compensation. I am a huge fan and am participating as many other bloggers are to support this project.


Who out there besides me is a BIG fan of Shemar Moore? How about the show Criminal Minds? YES I know, almost every woman in America just jumped out of her seat at the mere mention of his name. We swoon, we dream, we...well, you know.
Interested in his newest venture? He is working on a new movie : The Bounce Back. Not only is he acting in the film but also producer and raising funds for the production as well. A man of many talents.

This project is viewer and fan supported. Interested in learning more about Shemar Moore? Follow this link to see how YOU can be a part of making this film happen.

THE PLOT - taken from the website: THE BOUNCE BACK
"The Bounce Back" is a heartfelt romantic comedy about finding the courage to love after love has let you down.
When I read “The Bounce Back” - that very same issue was at the core of the script and the character, Matthew Taylor. I saw a lot of myself in Matthew, although I've never written a book (but I’m thinking about it now, hint, hint). I felt a kindred spirit to what Matthew was going through and my own life. Matthew loses his wife, his first love and after a short recovery creates a best selling book and a system of survival in order to shield himself from the pain.  He throws himself into a year long speaking tour.
That system of survival; his book and speaking tour, keeps him from falling in love again when he meets the perfect girl, the beautiful and zany Kristin Moreland. Matthew realizes that he has to renounce his book and the world he has created around it in order to take the big unknown plunge of letting himself fall in love again. 

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