HHSE Hannover House

Filed: 23 Nov 15, 7:00pm


Washington, D.C. 20549





Pursuant to Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934

Date of Report (Date of earliest event reported):  Nov. 23, 2015


Hannover House, Inc.

(Exact name of registrant as specified in its charter)


(State or Other Jurisdiction(Commission(I.R.S. Employer
of Incorporation or Organization)File Number)Identification No.)

1428 Chester Street, Springdale, AR 72764
(Address of Principal Executive Offices) (Zip Code)

(Registrant’s telephone number, including area code)

f/k/a "Target Development Group, Inc."

f/k/a "Mindset Interactive Corp."

330 Clematis Street, Suite 217, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401 (561) 514-0936
(Former name or former address and former fiscal year, if changed since last report)


Check the appropriate box below if the Form 8-K filing is intended to simultaneously satisfy the filing obligation of the registrant under any of the following provisions:

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Item 8.01

Other Events


a). TCA LOAN RETIREMENT - The Company anticipates a full retirement of the remaining balances due to TCA Global Master Fund (inclusive of principal, interest, penalties, bonus fees and legal fees) by mid-December. It is Company’s intention to push for a prompt release of the U.C.C. Lien held by TCA into selected library titles (prior to April, 2013), as well as to compel the return of 10-million shares of common stock that were issued to TCA in May of 2013 as partial collateral for the business loan transaction.


b). ACTION FOR RECOVERY FROM ERRONEOUSLY ISSUED SHARES The Board of Directors of Hannover House, Inc. (“Company”) had previously approved the engagement of the law firm of Hinds & Shankman (Los Angeles) to serve as plaintiff’s counsel in a lawsuit to be filed by Company against Blackbridge Capital, LLC (“Blackbridge”) and Standard Registrar and Transfer Co., Inc. (“SRTC”). The purpose of the lawsuit is to compel the return of approximately 9.8-million shares of Company’s stock that were released by SRTC to Blackbridge without Company’s approval and without a legal basis for such an issuance or release. Company had previously served notice to both Blackbridge and SRTC demanding the return to treasury of the shares that were issued, but neither party complied. In reviewing the case, a determination was made that the value of the stock shares at the date of erroneous issue was less than $75,000, and therefore, the case could be filed in Circuit Court in Arkansas rather than in Federal Court in Los Angeles (which will save the Company significant legal expenditures). Accordingly, the attorney assigned to pursue this matter has been designated as George B. Morton, Esq.


c). SHARE STRUCTURE -The Company refiled the notification and Amended Articles of Incorporation with the Wyoming Secretary of State, as noted on August 11, 2015, to freeze the total A/S of stock at the board approved level of 800-million.  The pending return of the TCA Shares, and the anticipated return of the Blackbridge Capital shares issued in error should collectively create a sufficient reserve under the 800-million A/S cap. In April of this year, the Company filed Amended Articles of Incorporation to create a mechanism authorizing the possible increase in total Authorized Shares (A/S) if so required as a reserve for aging notes containing a “conversion option” in the event of default of payment in cash. The Wyoming Secretary of State’s office misinterpreted the amendment as a request to immediately increase the A/S to 900-million shares, which was not the intention of the provision. In order to clarify the proper share structure and cap at 800-million, the Company has refiled with the Wyoming Secretary of State utilizing boiler-plate format filings that clearly specify the Share Structure.


d). SHARE BUY-BACK – The Board of Directors approved in principle a plan to begin modest buy-backs of the Company’s Common Stock Shares off the open market, for retirement into treasury stock. The implementation of such an action will require the prior satisfaction of certain corporate goals, along with other factors that are not within the Company’s control. The condition precedent to such a use of proceeds would be the satisfaction of the TCA Global Master Fund senior loan obligation, and the retirement of their U.C.C. Lien. Another condition would be the agreement and implementation of termed payment plans with other key creditors of the Company. Two other factors will include the market price of the Company’s Common Stock Shares at the time of purchase consideration, to be compared against the value of utilizing cash surplus reserves for new release marketing or new ventures.











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At this time, the Company forecasts that it could be in receipt of surplus cash by January, 2016, and if the Company’s price per share of Common Stock is still trading at under $.007 as of that time, that the purchase of shares (and retirement into treasury stock), may offer the Company’s shareholder’s the best return on investment and use-of-proceeds. Due to the myriad of factors affecting the viability of a Company share buy-back plan, the Company makes no representations, warranties or guarantees that such a buy-back will ultimately occur.

e).  FORM 10 FILING & AUDITORS - The Company anticipates a re-filing of the Form 10-12(g) Registration Statement in January, 2016, in order to include the auditor’s report for the year-ending 12-31-2015. The two most recent years of completed audits will include 2014 and 2015, and the auditing firm is PCAOB certified. The Company considered a possible restatement of the fiscal year closing (in order to facilitate a more expeditious refiling of the Form 10), but the procedures to restate the prior year periods indicated that there would be no savings in time. The Company feels that the filing of the Registration Statement in January, 2016, inclusive of the 12-31-2015 year end results, will offer Shareholder’s the most current and complete analysis of all activities.

f).  CIVIL LITIGATION AGAINST STOCK MANIPULATORS – The Company is continuing to work with attorney George B. Morton in the drafting, review and revisions of the extensively documented civil case against specific, identified parties that have engaged in covert actions to disparage the Company and its managers in order to manipulate the Company’s Common Stock price for their own gain. Further disclosures will be released as this legal matter progresses.


g). NEW BOARD MEMBERS – The Company’s Board has approved the addition of three new board members, inclusive of two (2) “outside” directors (not otherwise affiliated or employed by Company). The inside director will be VP of Sales, Tom Sims. The two “outside” directors will be announced in January, prior to the filing of the Form 10-12(g) Registration Statement. Beginning in January, 2016, the Company will have “Officers & Director’s Liability Insurance” coverage for the Board of Directors, as a condition precedent to the acceptance of Board positions for these three, new individuals.













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Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, hereunto duly authorized.


 Date: November 23, 2015Hannover House, Inc.
 By/s/ Eric F. Parkinson
  Name: Eric F. Parkinson
Title: C.E.O.