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I like to make things up 

Check out the links to read some of my fiction work.

The first link leads to the opening chapter from my latest novel entitled The Astronaut's Boy. Log line: A young boy, Darryl, who lives in a small Texas town tries to find his dad after he's convinced his dad has found a way to launch himself into space.

The second is a screenplay from my short film No-Good Maxine. Log line: A broke woman in a rural community starts finding necessities—food, diapers, clothes—in a culvert or drainage ditch near her home. They seem to appear there out of nowhere and seem to be meant for her. Have they been put there by magic? A higher power? And more importantly, does she deserve this mysterious help?

A few scripts I have to be a little more secret about:

  • My feature screenplay "The Whistleblower" which is under option with LA's Humble Pictures. The Whistleblower is a feature dramedy about a widowed high school basketball referee, Judd, whose life is sent further off course when he's forced to fix basketball games by a foul-mouthed grandma, leading him into a web of illicit activities that threatens his ego, his relationships, and his standing in the quirky small town he's always loathed.

  • Another feature screenplay—"For Thee We'll Fight"—about the greatest high school basketball team ever to play in the state of Florida. This script is currently in development with Fieldhouse Media.

Contact: 206.999.5135  //

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