Genre: Psychology

Logline: Rhonda Smith is a lively, home grown intellectual, but her family is wildly dysfunctional. Will it drag her down or can she, either by her own wits or through romance, save herself?

This book was written in “The Stream of Consciousness Technique”. It is a psychological story in which the main character suffers from a condition called ennui or perpetual boredom. Internal monologues in this drama are characteristics of this style in which thoughts flow in a stream.

Top NOVEL Loglines for September 2019

NOVEL: SAMANTHA, by Cheryl Campbell

NOVEL: Another Way to Die (Sam Leroy Book 4), by Philip Cox

NOVEL: The Afrikaner, by Arianna Dagnino


Novel: The Disney Dilemma: to thaw or not to thaw?, by Wayne Edmiston

NOVEL: SAMANTHA, by Cheryl Campbell

TITLE – Samantha

Written By – Cheryl Campbell

LOGLINE – Samantha is an intriguing story of family life within a
not so ordinary family, the James family.

Join the living and the dead as they take you on a roller-coaster ride
of events and adventures.

Walk beside the James family and their friends, living and dead, as
two world’s team up to help solve the mystery of Tanya’s death.

GEMRE – Paranormal Crime.

NOVEL: Another Way to Die (Sam Leroy Book 4), by Philip Cox

Title of Story: Another Way to Die (Sam Leroy Book 4)

Written by: Philip Cox

Seven years ago, LAPD Detective Sam Leroy shot and killed Harlan Cordell, and breathed a sigh of relief that the reign of the infamous Pentagram Killer was over.

But now, the killings have begun again. The police believe they are dealing with some fanatical copycat, but these new murders share a small detail with those before, a detail only the police and the killer would know.

How can today’s killer know the intimate details of seven years ago?

Or, as he fears, did Leroy kill the wrong man, leaving the real Pentagram Killer to wait and resume his grisly trade on an unsuspecting city?

Genre: Crime, Thriller, Police Procedural

Type: Novel


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NOVEL: The Afrikaner, by Arianna Dagnino

Title: The Afrikaner

By: Arianna Dagnino

Genre: Drama

Type: Novel

Logline: Zoe du Plessis (33), a young Afrikaner scientist in newly-post apartheid South Africa (1996), discovers that her family’s secret is wrapped in an ancient curse; torn by white guilt after losing her lover and colleague to a fatal accident, she heads into the Kalahari Desert to look for early human fossils and seek atonement.


Written by: Ray O’Conor


On her eightieth birthday, Helen asks her son to read a cherished letter from her past penned by a young pilot with whom she fell in love during World War II. It leads her to recount the true storyof their brief, yet extraordinary life together and the tragedy that tears them apart. She reveals a long held secret and a promise made more than six decades ago that she must keep, no matter how long or how hard it might be to fulfill.

Genre: Drama, Romance, War

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: WGA East 1303877

Ray O’Conor

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  James Bradley – NY Times #1 best
selling author of Flags of Our Fathers.
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Novel: The Disney Dilemma: to thaw or not to thaw?, by Wayne Edmiston

Title of Story: The Disney Dilemma: to thaw or not to thaw?

Written by: Wayne Edmiston

Logline: American icons Walt Disney and Mark Twain take a mad-cap adventure through time and space; it’s a hoot!

Genre: Adventure, Historical Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Family

Type: Novel

WGA Registration Number: 1789850