Every night I dream and most days I wake up wanting to tell a new story. This page is to let you into that part of my journey and share what I have in the pipeline. American based crime thrillers are my focus, twists and turns with moments of respite and remorse. Don't worry, its not all fun and games!
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It's Always Sunny in Suburbia
In a last-ditch attempt to save his marriage, middle-aged Mark moves his young wife and son from Manhattan to a quaint Connecticut suburb. Uninterrupted sunlight and fragrant breezes replace the big city lights and constant smog. Their newly renovated home lies on Oak Crescent, a unique community, from the homes to the inhabitants.
Their new neighbors include artist Chantal, finding her way in life but struggling with being single. While Chantal is alone, she feels less lonely than her close friend Faye, a young, vibrant woman fighting to retain the interest of her fiancé, Jonny. And finally there’s Mr. Baxman, a reclusive older gentlemen, rarely seen by his neighbors.
Beneath the friendly, quiet surface of this cozy neighborhood lurks a multitude of untruths, all deeply buried…until one wet and cloudy morning, a body is found.
I SWEAR I'M NOT INSANE
July 16, 2021
Thriller, Road Trip, USA
Mark and Stanley navigate the unknown, exploring their surroundings as well as their pasts. Mark’s desire to keep moving is as strong as Stanley’s determination to experience everything in his path, like a dog being taken for a walk by his owner. But who’s leading who?
"Truth is like the sun. You can shut it out for a time, but it ain't goin' away"
This mismatched duo doesn't know where they're going, and they won't talk about where they've come from. But whatever path they take, one thing is certain: they'll leave a trail of destruction in their wake. However, all of this changes when they cross paths with a young girl. When she joins them on their road trip, Mark and Stanley are forced to face their traumatic pasts — and make hard decisions about their future.