The Caravan just placed Q-finalist in a horror screenwriting competition. It has placed finalist and short-list finalist in several past competitions. The novella adaptation also placed finalist in a recent literary competition. You can check out the book in the book listings on this site's home page.
21 short stories and novellas brought together in three collections. Find links to each collection in the At Variance section on this website’s home page.
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Submitted a pair of screenplays to screenwriting competitions, “Planet of Stones” to a feature competition, “Cemetery Shadows” to a short script competition. Each just made finalist in their categories, the second time for both. Planet of Stones has been adapted to novella, Cemetery Shadows to short story.
I just signed onto Threads, posted my first thread. I am far from familiar with the environment, but I do see a whole lot of building yet to do. If you’re on Threads, head over to my page, follow as you will. Find the link on the Author Platform section of this website’s home page. Thanks!
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The screenplay Cemetery Shadows recently placed finalist in a short script screenplay competition. This is an ultra-low budget project with one set, five characters and no SFX. The short story adaptation of the script is included in the "At Variance 2" collection.
Be sure to check out The Caravan! The novella placed finalist in a recent literary competition, while the screenplay adaptation placed short-list finalist in a screenwriting competition!
New to the site, David now has an author page on Instagram. Find the link in the Author Platform section on this site's home page.
The screenplay adaptation of Yesterday’s Shadows, the title story in the Yesterday’s Shadows short story collection, was purchased by producer/director Nawaf Al-Janahi and is to be produced as a short film.
The fifth and final episode of Sutherland House, tentatively titled "Phoenix", is scheduled to publish this January. And look for the full five-episode series to publish as a collection in late January / early February.
The Planet of Stones screenplay has placed Finalist in a recent screenwriting competition and has received very positive industry feedback. The novella adaptation has also received positive ratings and reviews on Goodreads, audible.com and Amazon.
View the Serpent's Keep series of novels on Amazon’s Serpent’s Keep Series page. Three full-length novels available in multiple formats. Find link in series section on this site's home page.
After several years away from the channel, David is returning to YouTube, starting with a simple author intro video. Find the YouTube Link in the Author Platform links on this site's home page.
The screenplay adaptation of "Serpent's Keep", book one in the SK trilogy, placed Top Ten Finalist in an international screenwriting competition, coming in ahead of three thousand other screenplays.
The screenplay adaptation of Episode One: Awakening of the Sisters in Space series just placed top three finalist in the Bolt Barnstorm webseries screenwriting competition. This is great recognition of a fun science fiction adventure series.
Serpent’s Keep has received a 5-star review from Readers’ Favorite. The Readers Favorite website has won a number of awards for its work, and we’re proud to have received this review.
The screenplay adaptation of "The Shylmahn Migration", book one of the Shylmahn trilogy, won the Pacific Northwest Screenwriting competition.
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