Has this been published? And it is totally fine if the answer is no. If yes, what publisher and what publication date?
I’ve completed several screenplays for feature film, one of which, The Lies That Bind, originally titled DarkHorse, morphed into the novel version. The others include Earth Excursions, a futuristic tragicomedy in the guise of a political mystery/thriller, and The Goon and the Ice Princess, a bittersweet romantic tragicomedy, about a loose-living, veteran NHL defenseman and the female team owner, who discover what it means to dedicate themselves to something above self-interest. There are many others, and drafts of other novels I started, all of which are “retired.”
cold, distant to each other and to him. He lost his instinct to be a part of anything meaningful and became alienated.
I wanted to tap into the deep feelings of isolation, abandonment, longing and loneliness I experienced in my younger years (childhood, adolescence, young adulthood), and to give this scene a sense of verisimilitude (forgive the screenwriter jargon). Left: Ed Protzel. Copyright permission granted by Ed Protzel for this CRC Blog Post Only)
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