Tae & Kwon Legend

Tae and Kwon practice Tae. Brilliant 10th Dan Tae Kwon Do Master 9th Dan Master Prince Kwon. A Born Leader The dastardly Soo Twins: Kim and Tan, both Loose Canons The Mysterious Master of Disguise – Mr. Ling I stood in front of a Tae Kwon Do class 0ne day, two young students bowed respect. I bowed and Tae & Kwon were born. 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...

Saddle the Wind

  https://www.widecombe-in-the-moor.com/authors_and_artists/ron_shears.php On most e-book                                                                                                                                       Original cover  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 rumoured to be immortal, both horses roam the moon’s desolate regions. A scorched saddle is also found later in Buckfast’s Abbey loft. For 268 years its whereabouts is a mystery until traded in a gambler’s bet some 134 years...

Production Companies Comments

Just some comments from various companies I submitted synopses to for some 40 stories/ideas I’d developed up to 1998. It totalled 27,500 words a daunting task you’ll agree. I’ve added at least another 20 since most I’ve merely written about 20 pages to get the ‘feel’ of the idea. My problem is not knowing which to write first, as I get nudged ‘off course’ as another concept keeps me awake at night. I did not progress, as we moved to Australia, and I either lost contact or the companies had moved, so I just kept writing. Producer Pearl Catlin asked if I’d write a screenplay on ‘spec’. That story is about SAS Commanding Officer; Brig. James Michael Calvert DSO 2 bars. Mad Mike a Chindit. Sir Kenneth Branagh. Mad Mike, a Chindit. Dear Ron Shears, Thank-you for...

About site

on most e-publisher sites Saddle the Wind. BombAlley to Hellfire Corner. Where the Devil says Goodnight. The Legend and Adventures of Tae & Kwon. Through the Keyhole.  2 Visual Pitches. Well worth 2-minutes are these two superb 60-second pitches. Where the Devil says Goodnight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jFS4w5NQwg The Legend and Adventures of Tae and Kwon:    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5Jy3IPhQlI The only person I submitted some of my writing too after about 20 years was Lucy of Bang2write fame, Lucy encouraged me to keep at it with great suggestions how to improve. So why not Publishers and Film Production Companies Prod., (Cos.,).,?  this after about 20-years, a sad mistake. Why you ask? Simple, for fear of knockbacks, so I just kept...

The Skunk’s Room fact

This and 16 more short stories are in my book, ‘Through the Keyhole’. That said, as many of these are excellent concepts for movies, I fear some will be pinched and developed without my permission, therefore I may not upload. All great reads, some are true, some exciting scenes adapted from my screenplays that, I believe make good reading. For more, Through the Keyhole. The Following is from my screenplay Cast of Eagles. Air Commodore Al Deere is not mentioned in this. Skinner existed, other characters are fictitious. That said, I had two versions ref., Sq/Ldr., Skinner: first, his dialogue as written. Another, he didn’t say this. I left it my screenplay for greater effect, as I believe this the true one. Even the skunk’s room, first, it existed and...

The Opium Runner

  The Opium Runner  2/10/09 At night; a derelict industrial area. MOSCOW. 1995. Four tough looking large men stood facing each other. One clutched a bulging battered briefcase he stares at another man holding a suitcase. The other two men watch, each holds a machine pistol at their waists, angled down 45 degrees. The Suitcase is laid on the dirt and clicked open, it bulges with white powder wrapped in small clean polythene bags. The other man shoves forward the brief case, the other guy grabs it quickly, opens it and tugs out a fist full of new $100 notes. A piece of paper drifts to the dirt, the other man bends down, picks it up and hands it to the other guy. It reads: $5,000,000. The men glared at each other in silence, slowly and deliberately walk backward to...

The Live Bait Squadron fact

    A contemporary German postcard ‘celebrates’ the sinking of the three cruisers and makes a hero of U9’s commander, Otto Weddigen Prelude to WW1 ‘Some damn foolish thing in the Balkans would likely trigger the next great war in Europe;’ the German Chancellor Otto Van Bismark warned.  On June 8th 1914 in Sarajevo Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, the Duchess of Hohenburg were assassinated. These two bullets started WW1. It led to 60 million men under arms. Nine million were left dead. The armistice on 11th November 1918, represented not so much a victory or defeat, but sheer exhaustion. As Britain and her allies prepared to take up arms. There were many high-ranking British service officers who saw this as their last chance to go...