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Looking to purchase a feature length screenplay. 90 to 140 pages . center around Midwest. Only interested in crime , action, or thriller. Please not interested in short film scripts .
The Secrets of Silver Lake
While camping in the woods, three teenage boys unearth a gruesome
link between past and present violence. But, it's only one of the secrets of
The small town of Silver Lake, Kansas holds many secrets. The 35
year old sheriff, Lane Hanson, is still in love with his high school
sweetheart Maggie. She tries to pretend she doesn't have feelings for Lane,
as she is unhappily married to the town bully. Her Mr. Wonderful is a cattle
thief, an abusive husband and also terrorizes their 13 year-old son, Billy.
After he gets fed up with daddy dearest, Billy runs away with 2 buddies and
hides out in the deep woods near town.
The boys unearth the skeleton of a huge dog, chained to a tree,
along with a old rusty shotgun. As the boys spend the night in the forest,
they each try to envision how the dog met its cruel end. Meanwhile in town,
the love triangle threatens to erupt into a violent and deadly crescendo.
The secrets of Silver Lake are about to be exposed. Exciting characters,
excellent dialogue, exceptional story telling!
Jim (Perk) Perkins, is an accomplished writer with over 50 published
magazine articles and columns. He has authored 2 published books, worked on
the set as a script doctor and written several well reviewed spec scripts.
As a former comedian, singer and entertainer, his writing is unique and
fresh in the cookie-cutter world of screen writing.
They Robbed, Raped, and Murdered. Six ex confederate army desperados. Sadistic killers terrorising the state of Texas. The Rangers pursuit guns down four.
Two are missed. The miss will come at a high price to pay for Ranger Joe Dupree. It will break his heart, He will not rest till they lie dead at his feet.t
Book of the Month
Set in the 1987 post-cold war era, Bob Cain subconsciously covets New York book editor Merrill Hallstrom’s life and lifestyle. The two acquaintances begin working together on an idea Bob has for a book, a fictional biography of Benedict Arnold that carries enough facts to make one ponder, “it could have really happened, but no one will ever know.” By not following Merrill’s specific instructions, upon publication of the book, Bob triggers a chain of events that will lead to a nuclear holocaust. As such he must transform himself again and again while he travels halfway around the world to the Soviet Union in an attempt to prevent World War 3. In the end, Bob discovers that through focus and ingenuity, he can become the man he truly wants to be. It could have really happened, but no one will ever know…
Unaware he has triggered a chain of events that will lead to a nuclear holocaust in the 1987 post-cold war era, an amateur novelist must transform himself and travel halfway around the world to prevent World War 3.
Are you who you think you are, who others think you are, or who you think others think you are?