Creating Beautiful Work
We value fresh, original writing that has a compelling point of view.
Below is a sampling of work represented by genre.
AGAINST THE WIND – JANE-CLAIRE’S PERSONAL SALVATION by Dawn C. Crouch
Genre: – Catastrophe Thriller
Tagline: – Survival is not taking no for an answer.
Logline: - Based on a true story, a traumatized teen lives through a killer storm, but struggles to rebuild her life in the devastating aftermath.
INDIAN WINTER by John Stag Hanson – Genre: Epic Action/Western/Love Story
A “northwestern" set against a previously unexplored Boundary Waters landscape (MN/Canada, 1898). Love story with climactic showdown echoes same in parallel love stories High Noon and Shane. Over four seasons a fired Minnesota sheriff leaves a love affair with his best friend’s wife for the deep woods to drown himself in drink; his confidence returns while nursing a wounded wolf cub back to health following its pack’s near-lethal attack. What follows is Luke Jackson's quest for redemption and revenge - and a parallel hope for the bone-deep love he had long believed impossible.
OUR FIRST LOVE by Anthony Lamarr, a Screenplay based on the Novel – Genre: Romantic Drama
Can brothers who share one life share one love? Since the tragic accident that changed their lives forever, brothers Nigel and Caleb have been inseparable—until one woman captures both of their hearts. An emotionally charged drama, this is about two brothers, a college professor and an agoraphobic, whose duty-bound relationship comes undone when they fall in love with the same woman.
JA-VEL! by John Stag Hanson – Genre: Young Adult Novel
A heroic black Tarzan-like warrior in a prehistoric sub-Congo kidnaps the drug-addicted sister of a black paleontologist into Ja-vel's netherworld of dinosaurs, gigantic spiders, carnivorous flora and keys to the future of the planet; he and his campus/Nat Geo team - and the girl's dealer boyfriend - give chase.
TOM AND HEATHER WELLESLEY by John Stag Hanson – Genre: Ribald Humor/Novel
Sexy social dramedy spring-boarded by an L.A. Times article about the recent social/avant-garde phenomenon of hot-wifing, an updating of swinging in which only the wife or female partner participates directly as the seductress - while hubby holds back until later with only her (ever) - “appreciating” her desirability to other males. Here, a nice-but-boring, out-of-shape family couple in their thirties whose intimacy and excitement have waned explore a culture of their own making, not knowing in the beginning that it is already a nearly-worldwide online phenomenon. This aside, in the beginning Heather Wellesley faces a serious learning curve as her seduction techniques with other men meet, ironically, with varying degrees of (initial) failure. (50 Shades of Grey métier, but lighter, "friskier:" more Irma la Douce than Body Heat.)