Reviews of the Screenplay Versions of the Two Novels:

(From The PAGE International Awards Script Analysis)


The Return of the Santa Fe Super Chief is an extraordinary, moving epic drama. Its supernatural elements elevate your screenplay to an inspirational, entertaining and ultimately transformational adventure…(Two of the lead characters) are in one of the most romantic reunions ever dramatized… You’ve been very discrete with the ‘passionate’ scenes. Your screenplay will appeal to a wide audience!”

Semi-Finalist at the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards.


Over the Monster has a feel-good quality and reads like a mash-up of Field of Dreams and The Shawshank Redemption with a Nicholas Sparks adaptation like The Notebook. Your writing is smooth, competent, and visual, which makes Over the Monster a pleasure to read…Your final sequences where Harding gets a chance to live his dream and succeeds beyond anyone’s wildest expectations are quite a lot of fun. Audiences will be cheering!”

Winner: Best Screenplay (Drama, Fantasy, Magical Realism) at the Woods Hole Film Festival.


June Grace:

A down-on-his-luck American writer comes across an elderly English woman with a fascinating World War II romance that may be the breakthrough story he is looking for. 

The Notebook meets a light-hearted Philomena.


On Ramps/Off Ramps:

A struggling writer under a tight deadline is forced to drive his impossible parents and precocious four-year-old daughter on a road trip from Key West to Cape Cod. 

Little Miss Sunshine meets Meet the Fockers.


Hollywood Hospital:

(Pilot for a one-hour drama TV series, inspired by true events.)

A pastor and former actor lands a job as a chaplain at a medical center known as “The Hospital of The Stars” located next to the major film studios in Burbank, California. His experiences are anything but make-believe and sometimes stranger than fiction.