NEW Short Film-Uninvited Help

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Watch my NEW Short Film – Uninvited Help.

Written, shot, directed & edited by me, this short film borders on the edge of the supernatural.

UNINVITED HELP is filled with suspense to keep you on the edge and tense.

What if you encounter something that defies all logic and reasoning?

What if everything seems too good to be true? Keep on Reading!

STATIC – One Minute Short Film

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One Minute seems so insignificant when you think of time in a broader sense.

Yet one minute is the most common response when a person needs to buy more time.

Are you on your way? “Yeah, I’ll be there in a minute.”
Could you help me in the kitchen? “Sure, just give me a minute.”
Turn off the television! “Okay! One more minute!”

Keep on Reading!

My First Short Film, HOORAY!!

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Watch my first short film, SHE TEXTED.

Written and Directed by me, this short film should leave a mark!! Don’t worry, it shouldn’t leave you black and blue.

Shot on a stubborn Iphone 6, but definitely not more stubborn than me!

It’s time to WATCH a story instead of READ one.

Keep on Reading!

My Short Story in INK & SWORD Magazine

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It’s that time of year again when the make-believe demons and ghouls steal the spotlight from the REAL monsters of our times.

Every day is a day worth living, and what’s life without some sugar and spice. Stories never cease to amuse and entertain, and what could be better than a short story spirited with some Halloween spooks and dares!

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And that means that it’s time to scare OR be scared !! Keep on Reading!

A One Act Play that’ll make you LAUGH

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What will it take to make you laugh? A small joke? Maybe a tiny tickle? How about a gun to your head? (Laugh or you’re dead!)

Laughs are scarce, and life is short! But so is a One Act Play.

Let a writer (that would be me) transport you into a familiar and not so comfortable situation, the doctor’s office.

Now you’re probably wondering…what’s that have to do with laughs?

My ONLY comment, ‘You really need to stop wondering so much!.’ (COME ON!! Give a writer a chance!) Keep on Reading!

A Writer’s Take on Depression – Flash Fiction Story

Depression does not strike based on a person’s gender, age, race, or intelligence quotient.

Depression is not something that can be brushed away with a smile, or shooed away with a pat on the back.

It’s something more deeper and profound.

There’s no gadget to test which person is suffering from what type of depression, and there’s no instrument to measure the extent of depression. Keep on Reading!

Goodbye Sweet January

FLASH FICTION!!

The sky bled into the water, just as her womb had bled the day January was born. Her first and only born was covered with blood and the remnants of a nine month cocoon. The nurse leaned in with her bundle of joy; the first kiss, the most ancient of traditions. A sweet softness brushed her lips as a wail of resistance pierced her ears. It was the first time she sensed the dislike. She named her January even though she was born in July, a paradoxical innovation. Keep on Reading!

Am I allowed to be a Versatile Writer?

When you’re a fiction writer, the world of imagination is limitless. After all, fiction is ‘imaginative writing’ with made up characters, events, places, objects, and themes. Anything and everything is possible in the realm of fiction. It’s up to the writer to turn, twist, and mash ideas together, and exhibit them in an interesting and presentable manner.

Talking dogs, flying cars, walking dead people, dying civilizations, the scope of fiction is huge and mind-boggling. It’s like walking into a candy store with about a million varieties of candies, and struggling to choose one that’ll satiate your taste.

Fiction itself is sub-divided into many genres with Romance/Erotica being the best selling genre. (For a writer allergic to romance…woe is me…) Keep on Reading!

A short story from my forthcoming book.

The Best Friend

It wasn’t the darkness that bothered Shane, but the insecurity of being on his own, all alone for the first time in many years. In fact, he had never been afraid of the dark. Even as a young boy, he had spent most of his time loitering in the dark alleys near his grandfather’s house. Dark spaces had always enticed him, and made him feel calm. There was something soothing about the unknown and the unexpected. However, certain traumatic incidents had shattered his life. Shane hadn’t expected his parents to die when he was just ten. He hadn’t expected to be taken in by his resentful grandfather. He hadn’t expected his sister to run away from home when she was just fifteen years old. Keep on Reading!

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