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The Penalty

    160–million people play it. Some land-mine victims are trying out their new legs. You need a ball and imagination. It’s called Football, the beautiful game. Screenplay Story board by my late great Artist pal Graham Le Page totals 52 drawings, selected samples.   ...

Through the Keyhole

An exciting and intriguing collection of short stories, some are true, some adapted from action scenes from my screenplays that make a great read, some my imagination. See what you think. Here are 15 short stories in this fascinating and interesting and varied genre range. The Penalty is just 622 words, yet, a very powerful story written to raise funds for Land Mine victims. There are several other True stories, some I’ve adapted from scenes in my screenplays. Action scenes; that on screen are superb, yet, equally dramatic as short stories. The Tsunami, for instance, is a really good example, as Tsunamis have been in the news for years now. But I wrote this screenplay over 30 years ago. Loglines for my 15 titles. These are in several genres that I hope you will...

The Legend and Adventures of Tae & Kwon.

There is a Legend of an Ancient Kingdom and a deadly combat art inscribed on cave walls and lost to history. Now a Dark Force has found the cave and released its Evil Fighters in a quest for Power and Profit. But Two Young Heroes will emerge from the cave to pursue the dark force, and carry the ancient battle into the 21st century. A Prince. A Princess. Another Time. One Mission. They are not alone. Weak and exposed in appearance, but powerful when unleashed. One’s reactions may start afterward, but the response arrives there first. Yuh Niuy   Watch 60-second visual pitch:    ...

Saddle the Wind

  Rear Cover (text rear cover)   Original cover                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       New  Cover Saddle the Wind. Dartmoor, England 1638. An isolated Church, on an ancient road. A sudden storm bursts out of the wintry sky. Eyewitnesses mention a saddled horse with two riders near the steeple, another tethered outside and both vanishing into the darkness. With scorch marks burnt on their backs and rumored to be immortal, both horses roam the moor’s desolate regions. A scorched saddle is also found later in Buckfast’s Abbey loft. For 268 years its whereabouts...