Female Spies WW2 – TV series idea. (WTO Working title only) Two Eggs for Breakfast.

Here are some of my ideas and concepts where I write down the idea in a few pages to get what I call ‘The Feel’ to see if it has the legs and is worth developing further, either as a story or screenplay. One idea I had a few years ago was about the Lady Spies of world war 2-by now you’ll gather WW2 consumes much of my thinking and time. I entered bookshops – as is my weakness at Ashburton on the edge of Dartmoor and bought a book The owner had published this book, and he told me an intriguing story how he came to do so.  Twenty years passed and still, the spies idea fascinated me, so I Pulled this hardcover from my bulging bookcase shelves and quickly based out some screenplay pages, together with searching Google for info on other brave...

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...

My Title List

  TITLE LIST Mad Mike and The Chindit’s * Action/Drama The Legend and Adventures of Tae & Kwon *# Animation or live Martial Art Nazi Gold and the Reinhardt Memorandum* Action/Drama Fact The Healing Bullet + @   Drama. Florey & Penicillin. Fact The Letter * Drama/Ghost Cast of Eagles * Drama/Action Where the Devil Says Goodnight *# Adult Drama. Fact Saddle the Wind *# Family Adventure  Been a Nice Year for Roses * Comedy (short)  Black Star-Diamond * @ Fiction/fact based Adventure The Ghost & the Harley * @ Comedy Adventure The Amy Johnson Story * Action/Drama Fact Hitler and Women * Drama Fact The Penalty * Soccer, penalty shootout (short) Jungle Katz * # Animation/Family Adventure Walt, Bill & Booma *# Children Animation or live Pentad &...

Bomb Alley to Hellfire Corner

The true-life account of a group of children getting up to mischief under the sky path nicknamed Bomb Alley to Hell Fire Corner, in Kent during the second world war, juxtaposed with sobering accounts of violence and despair. The story of Ron Shears and his pals. The only true account of life in Bomb Alley. Friday, September 1, 1939: Germany invades Poland. World War 2 begins. On September 3, 1939, Neville Chamberlain broadcast to the nation that Britain was at war with Germany. That night on the BBC Home Service at 6 p.m. radio announcer Alvar Liddell explained in more detail what was going to happen. This announcer became so familiar that the British people looked forward to his distinctive voice and his faultless delivery of these historic events. “The...

Where the Devil says Goodnight

The lady featured was a great friend of Ron’s and she trusted him with her incredible true story. She never told it to anyone else, I was indeed very privileged. Watch 60-second visual pitch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jFS4w5NQw e-book link: Screenplay nominated for a US Heritage and Cultural award. LOGLINE: 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. SYNOPSIS: 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...