Novel: The Menopause Murders by Mary Maloney and Ed Markel

Title of Story: The Menopause Murders

Written by: Mary Maloney and Ed Markel

Logline: When Debbi Dickerson, mousy codependent housewife and mother of two teens, enters the black hole of menopause, watch out. No one is safe from her hormonal rage, and when the dead bodies start piling up, her misogynist husband, Jerry—lead homicide detective on the Tacoma police force—starts to suspect his wife.

Genre: Dark Comedy/Caper

Type: Novel

WGA Registration Number: 1923850 (for novel) 1923848 (for synopsis/treatment)

Feature Film: The Valedictorian by Kathaleen Brewer

“The Valedictorian”

By Kathaleen Brewer

Logline: A rural high school valedictorian is abducted by a mysterious Colombian cartel patron, only he isn’t prepared for her tomboy survival skills or her Vietnam Vet grandmother.

Genre: Action/Thriller

Novel: THE ALICE ’65 by Kyle Michel Sullivan

“The Alice ’65”
by Kyle Michel Sullivan

After a family tragedy, Adam Verlain just wanted to hide away from the world, and his job as a book cataloguer for a small English university was perfect for that…until he was sent to Los Angeles to pick up a rare copy of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” from the actress who inherited it and she turned his life upside down


Feature Film: CETACEANS by Paul S. Nurkowski

Title of Story: CETACEANS

Written by: Paul S. Nurkowski

Logline: Advances in bio.robotic technology by Dr. Amanda Kozky, enabling inter species communication between Cetaceans

(dolphins) and human beings, challenges the belief that man possesses the most highly evolved brain on our planet.

Genre: Sci-Fi, Action

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: 1887807

Novel: DEATH AND THE MAVEN by Cynthia Polansky


Written by: Cynthia Polansky

Logline: Wisdom meets humor in this paranormal chick-lit novel about a 30-something control freak whose unexpected
and undignified death teaches her that loving sometimes means learning how to let go.

Genre: Women’s Fiction

Type: Novel



Screenplay format 81 pages

Like any other Sunday. This Sunday Rick and Chad are hanging out listening to music and going through the Village Voice. It’s the late 80s. After seeing his favorite band will be playing this Sunday. Rick and Chad plan to go down to the Lower East Side & see them live at the legendary club, CBGB’S. Lies will be told. Work will be skipped. Adventures will be had. Love will be found, and new friends will be made. This is one American teenage story that you have to see.

Feature Screenplay

Genre- Drama

WGA#- 1981179

Feature Film: WOMEN LIVES MATTER by Mark Thiru

Title of Story: ‘Women Lives Matter’

Written By : Mark Thiru

Logline : “Las Vegas, 2001: A chauvinistic sociopath resolves to feminism after stripping the repercussions of his own vain misogynistic behaviourism.”

Genre : Thriller

Type : Feature Screenplay

Novel: GETAWAY DAY by Ken White

Title of Story: Getaway Day

Written by: Ken White

Logline: In 1962, a California teen learns of his dying father’s dream to play catch with his idol, Yankee baseball legend Mickey Mantle. In a desperate race against time to fulfill his father’s wish, the boy discovers more about life, growing up, and family than he ever imagined.

Genre: Family

Type: Novel

Novel: The Onion Peeler by Alexandra Baresova

Title: The Onion Peeler

Written by: Alexandra Baresova

Logline: This novel, set in small town British Columbia, takes us on a soulful search for true love, identity and life purpose. Journey with Sasha, a young hippie mom, along with an ensemble of colourful characters, as they attempt to navigate a new path through evolving social norms and changing times. “A 1970’s romance with a metaphysical twist.”

Genre: Historical fiction, romance, autofiction, feminism, spiritual and personal growth