king dork

King Dork by Frank Portman

Frank Portman

KING DORK is a book about a high schooler who wears glasses and longs for social acceptance. His life changes when he meets the mysterious figure, Edgar, who helps him to discover that the world of self-publishing might be his best chance at finding a real girlfriend.Frank Portman's book KING DORK has been in the spotlight since it was released in September 2017. It is about a high schooler named Nick who is uninterested in the usual clubs and activities that are available to him at school because he's too busy trying to hide his love for reading from all his friends. His life changes when he meets an intriguing eccentric author by the name of Edgar, who introduces Nick into the world of self-publishing and helps him find love as well as success in his writing career

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In the early 1980s, when Frank Portman was a college student at the University of Michigan, he was an avid reader of science fiction. His favorite authors were Ray Bradbury and Orson Scott Card.He also read reading nonfiction books, like books by historian John Keegan and documentary films about the American Civil War. He was deeply impressed by the “space opera” genre of science fiction books and movies, especially by the works of writers like Edward E. Smith (
Frank Portman has been a professional screenwriter since the late 1970s. He is probably best known for his scriptwriter screenplays for "The Long Goodbye" (1973), "Kramer vs. Kramer" (1979), "The Heartbreak Kid" (1983), and "Election" (1988).Portman's first film credit was "The Long Goodbye" (1973) starring Peter Fonda, Elliott Gould, Keith Carradine and Richard Dysart. The film
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