Amanda Bock can see ghosts. She can communicate with the dead and has grown used to helping them move on. Amanda’s finally ready to take a shot at having a normal life like a regular sixteen year old. But when a mysterious stranger rips his way into her life and threatens Amanda’s loved ones, she’s propelled on a journey to discover the true strength of her own will and the power she has inherited.
This novella is currently being shopped around, but I may decide to self publish if I don’t get a favorable offer.
The three scripts are pretty much finished.
Living Dead Girl, a coming of age story with an unlikely hero.
The Killing Jar, a disturbing thriller.
Educated Mouse Trap, A sci-fi tour of the universe.
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The cover is coming along. Hopefully we’ll have a final image soon. I’ll be happy to set this one free.
I got the nicest rejection letter ever today. Takes the sting off not getting selected.
“Thank you very much for your submission. This is to notify you that your very enjoyable story, Scarecrow, has not been chosen for inclusion…… Please feel free to keep in touch with me. Your work is most impressive. On a side note, I want you to know that I really did enjoy the story and think you should have no problem finding a good home for the work. You made it very hard for me because your writing is excellent. It is indeed a lovely tale and I hope to read more of your work soon.”
My short screenplay, ‘The Baltimore Pairing’ won Best Action/Adventure Screenplay at the Northern Virginia International Film & Music Festival.
The first draft is done. Now off to readers before editors are brought in. Then artists will be contacted. An exciting project continues. Of course none of this would be moving as smoothly without all the fantastic help from professional letter and friend, Marshall Dillon from http://www.firstdraftpress.net/.