This collection of mini-scripts was written by me for my blog, Whose Role Is It Anyway? since 2008. They are some of the most popular of many written. I have been an agented screenwriter since 2005. As a screenwriter, FORMATTING is paramount in the film industry. These mini-scripts follow the industry's standards. SCENE HEADINGS are: EXT.-LOCALE-DAY or EXT.-LOCALE-NIGHT or INT.-LOCALE-DAY or INT.
series The Men of Manhattan "You're wearing my T-shirt." Returning home after a daring rescue mission, all James Wolfe can think of is sleep. So he's furious to find a beautiful stranger curled up in his king-size bed! Normally no woman ever gets between his sheets without prior invitation-who does she think she is? Disgraced celebrity Caitlin Moore has been offered a place to stay and she won't give it up-not with the
Also published under the title Keeping It In the Family.In her fifth novel, Whose Life Is It Anyway?, Sinéad Moriarty has done it again: taken a complex topic - what happens when a young woman falls in love with someone dramatically different than the kind of man her family would have expected - and created an insightful, gripping and moving story filled with delightfully sparky characters, plenty
A sympathetic illustrated guide to learning to live with your mind--even when it tries to trick you.Most of us spend our lives trailing after our minds, allowing our brains to take us in directions that are safe and secure, controlled and conformed. Your mind doesn't want you to take that new job, sign up for that pottery class, or ask someone out. It wants you to stay unemployed, unfulfilled, and
1 hour 57 minStephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Lenny Henry, Griff Rhys Jones and Dawn French and host Clive Anderson star in the improvisation radio show that spawned the TV phenomenon. Based on comedy suggestions from the studio audience, this is ad-libbed comedy at its best. Regulars Stephen Fry and John Sessions are joined by Lenny Henry, Dawn French, Hugh Laurie, Enn Reitel, Griff Rhys Jones, Kate Robbins, Rory
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by J.M. SnyderSequel to It’s All Relative It’s been eleven years since Michael Knapp introduced his lover Dan Biggs and came out to his family over dinner. During that time, the two men have grown closer despite Dan’s military career, which has taken him into war zones overseas. Their relationship has survived each deployment, and with the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” their relationship is out in the open
The West will never be the sameThe Swinging R Ranch by Debbi RawlinsBoston playboy Maxwell Bennett needs cash-fast! So he's thrilled when he inherits a ranch in Nevada until he discovers that the ranch is actually a brothel and that the "ladies" are all over sixty (the R that's swinging stands for Retiree!). Suddenly, Max has more women than he can handle. But the only one he's interested in is
WHOSE KNIFE IS IT ANYWAY? That's what Bea, Hattie and Connie want to know as the amateur sleuths become embroiled in a case of real murder this time.When the ladies of Grandmothers, Incorporated are trapped in the woods with a group of feuding church ladies, and a dead body, they wonder who will be next? Is the killer lurking in their midst?It's another round of belly laughs as the self-proclaimed
by Amy E. SehamOn both sides of the stage improv-comedy's popularity has increased exponentially throughout the 1980s and '90s and into the new millennium. Presto! An original song is created out of thin air. With nothing but a suggestion from the audience, daring young improvisers working without a net or a script create hilarious characters, sketches, and songs. Thrilled by the danger, the immediacy, and the
We live, by consensus, in an Age of the Metropolis, and the vast preponderance of scholarship about contemporary urban life has focused on the phenomenon of big–city life. But that is an approach that overlooks the smaller cities and towns where many of us choose to live. Whose Culture Is It, Anyway? Community Engagement in Small Cities is a major contribution to the growing body of literature on
It is a simple truth: nobody can do without food. But to solely describe food as a biological need would be too limited, neglecting the fact that food is a social and cultural practice as well. Despite its appearance, food is not even morally neutral. It is this moral aspect that is being explored in the book. Scholars from various disciplines address the ethical perspective of changing food
When Deborah Thomson met Wayne, she was a shy, introverted 24-year-old student. He was a loud charismatic young man. His temper was an issue but one she hoped they could work on. Four years later, the married couple now ran a business together, and their first child was born. Yet, any dreams of peaceful family life were quickly crushed by Wayne's increasingly violent and controlling behaviour.