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A GHOST CALLED FREEDOM is a feature film screenplay based on my book, which was translated into nine languages and released by three publishers in numerous countries around the world. To date, it has sold 200,000 copies, not counting eBooks, and it has been produced in audio. Check out the paperback, ebook, and audiobook on your country’s Amazon or Audible site.
Logline: An insecure, socially inept foster kid alienates her last-chance family as she tries to free the violent, trapped spirit of an abused mustang.
A Brief Synopsis:
Girl finds the horse of her dreams… NOT! More like the horse of her nightmares!
It’s Flicka meets Ghostbusters.
Jani isn’t a typical 13-year-old girl; she’s the daughter of a dead hero heading for her last-chance foster home. After an unimpressive start, everything goes seriously sideways when she’s attacked by a vicious horse in the neighbor’s barn.
But the horse isn’t typical either; it’s not even alive.
Jani sets out to free the raging spirit before it hurts anyone but is soon targeted by the man who trapped the ghost. Even though Jani’s not having any luck freeing the dangerous spirit, still her nemesis threatens to harm her and damage her relationship with her new family.
Jani can either leave the ghost mustang to forever be tormented or lose her last chance at a family and possibly her life!
Note: Infatuation is currently under revision.
INFATUATION, an original, feature, female-led (both protagonist and antagonist), contemporary Thriller/Drama.
Logline: Emmie is invisible to the guy she likes, until her new BFF abducts him so Emmie can pretend she’s kidnapped too, and they can bond. However, soon Emmie suspects that her “friend” has captured them both—and then the guy twigs that Emmie is involved.
A Brief Synopsis:
Seventeen-year-old Emmie didn’t plan on kidnapping herself.
When her new friend, Tass, volunteers to help Emmie get some alone time with the boy she likes, Emmie is thrilled – but then Tass drugs him and shoves him into the back of her car! Worse, during the scuffle, the boy saw Emmie’s face and will think she’s involved.
Believing there’s only one way to convince the boy she’s innocent, Emmie pretends to be kidnapped with him. She plans to release them as soon as she knows it’s safe. The boy seems sick, but soon they’ll be out.
But when she tries her hidden key, it doesn’t work. Tass double-crossed her!
The boy gets sicker. Desperate, Emmie tries to get help, and he twigs that she’s involved and attacks her! Emmie must escape their prison with him half a step behind her, raging, suffering from drug withdrawal, and bent on revenge.
With a unique conclusion that bullied teens will find inspiring.
HOLY COYOTE, a unique Comedy/Action feature film screenplay.
Logline: Despite being put on trial by his supernatural peers, Coyote – the selfish, shapeshifting trickster of legend – steals money from bank robbers to help his secret daughter, then when the robbers kidnap her, must save her after his powers are taken away.
A Brief Synopsis:
For Coyote, the immortal shapeshifting trickster, being in human form kind of sucks.
First, his frustrated fellow Supernaturals put him on trial. Coyote has always made mischief, but lately he’s been pure trouble.
Second, bank robbers are after him – just because he pinched their stolen money.
Third, while hiding out at a meditation retreat, spiritual seekers mistake him for a guru. HOLY COYOTE!
But Coyote has a secret. Six months ago, he discovered he has a daughter: the meek retreat leader. Like any good dad, he wants to help her make a success of her new business – with the robbers’ stolen money!
Unfortunately, the robbers don’t appreciate his fatherly gesture, and kidnap his daughter to get the money back, money that by this time, the police have reclaimed. As if that’s not enough, his long-lost lover descends on Coyote like a fiend from hell, and the Supernaturals’ judgement comes in. No more super powers!
Mortal, friendless, powerless, Coyote must save both his daughter and his former lover by his wits alone.