Short Synopses on my list

Following are just some of my ideas and concepts that I have developed, I’m constantly adding, so this is incomplete.   Mad Mike and the Chindits. Chindits never die they go to heaven and regroup.  They’ve already been to hell! The degree to which Mike Calvert led very risky attacks in person becoming widely known as “Mad Mike”. This tough, Cambridge educated, brilliant, hard-fighting WW2 Brigadier was hated by his superior officers. True-life account of the heroic wartime exploits and tragic story of highly decorated English Brigadier Michael Calvert and his strong association with the beginnings of the SAS. With his savage commando raids, Mike fought literally barehanded turning the war against Japan in Burma. Displaying qualities of...

Index and Titles List

Notes. Unless otherwise stated all are Ron’s ideas and concepts. Screenplays are written with co-writer and friend: Aimee Lamb. As you see there is a mountain of writing here, and at my age, I decided to ‘get’ these written. This could not have been done without Aimee. Manuscripts edited by great Editor Michelle Goode. SP = Screenplays. MS + Manuscripts Also, see Legend below Features 1 Mad Mike and The Chindit’s * Action/Drama, Fact. SP 2 The Legend and Adventures of Tae & Kwon *# Animation or live Martial. SP  https://admin.publishdrive.com/home/ 3 Nazi Gold and the Reinhardt Memorandum* Action/Drama adapted  from book, Nazi Gold SP 4 The Healing Bullet + @  Drama. Fact, Florey, Chain, Wheatley, Penicillin. SP 5 The Letter * Drama/Ghost. SP See Through the...

Antique Letterpress Hardwood Type

Letterpress Hardwood Type Aviation theme: Spitfire, Swordfish, Sea Hawk, Scimitar Spirit, Beer Lamp Base in Brass Unique Man U soccer...

Pentad and the REAL Wizards Handbook

For centuries and contrary to belief, Wizardry is alive and flourishing-well almost. There’s been a young be-spectacled English boy who has thrust Wizardry to the fore in recent years, and he’s pretty good. Five Wizards – The Pentad have been out of action for 800 years and are now desperate to prove their worth. The upside; Legends say they were good. The downside is; no one’s ever heard of them. Until one day in the Ancient English Castle Fortress of Durnovaria, (Leeds Castle) in a musty, cobweb-strewn Dungeon. The charred remains of a leather bound gold embossed book are discovered. On each page is a superb drawing of a Wizard. The Hieroglyphic borders seem to be some sort of code. (0r; is a code) An expert from the British Museum commented. ‘Magnificent...

Animation 2

The Forthcoming Attractions File Here are dozens of Graham’s superb drawings. The titles: The Vegemite, The Penson Light, Walt, Bill and Booma, Unicorn Island, Kites, The Mushies, The Penalty, The Garbos, Jungle Katz, Duncan Le-Page, Beeswax. I’ve added a page of just some for now. Tae & Kwon Mission successful Industrious Vegimates hard at work Duncan doesn’t look too happy The Voyage begins Duncan does not look too happy Maurice Bonce OBE (other Blokes Efforts) Maurice is the BIGGEST innocent idiot at sea. The guy’s a’nutter.’ The original ‘Fire Bug’ he’s more interested in his Stradiviros. Why I know, he’s deaf. You see why he’s called Tanglefluke. Without doubt the future leader of all the...

The Legend of Tae & Kwon

Tae. Brilliant 10th Dan Tae Kwon Do Master The Mysterious Master of Disguise – Mr. Ling Tae and Kwon practice Book Cover Jim and Sam touch cave drawings In the Cave He points to name on building At Ling’s home Another drawing Tae & Kwon Original drawing on most  e-publisher sites A Snow Leopard guards the Ancient burial chambers, where Queen Tashir and her descendants lie. 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...

Where the Devil says Goodnight

Young newlywed Beata Karp, after being incarcerated in a prison camp in Siberia during WWII, takes a perilous journey through Siberia in the hope of reuniting with her family and freeing them from their work camp. On a Russian-occupied Bialystok street in early 1940, educated, down-to-earth, Lithuanian aristocrat Beata is arrested with her Polish husband Kaz. They’re taken on a three-day long journey with little food and water only to find themselves imprisoned in infamous Baranovichi where a brutal Russian interrogator knows she speaks five languages, which can only mean one thing: she must be a spy. Kaz is tortured to death and four months later Beata is sentenced to ten years in a Siberian Gulag near the Arctic Circle. The 5,000 innocent ladies name it,...