With “Things People Do” making its rounds in three Screenplay Competitions, I’ve been focusing most of my creative energies on my second Feature Spec. “Sylvia”. It’s a Sci-Fi/Psychological Thriller where “A Serial-Killing Pedophile abducts a little girl, with dark powers, who becomes his worst nightmare.” It’s a dark tale of wolves in sheep’s clothing. Things … Read more
For the past couple weeks, I’ve been working on a new addition for my “Free Read” Library. It’s a short story, a Paranormal/Thriller titled “CADAVER DOG: The Smell of Fear”. It’s about a 13-year-old girl named Sylvia “Silly” Moore who stumbles across a serial killing pedophile and his latest abductee. Silly is an inquisitive ball … Read more
I came home from work one Saturday and after greeting my wife and male heir, I noticed something on TV. My usual question to the wife, “What are you watching?” “I don’t know. Something with Jamie Lee Curtis playing some crazy chick. It just came on.” Okay, so my interest peaked at, “Jamie Lee Curtis … Read more
Jamal Hankins aka SCRIBEREGLYPH THINGS PEOPLE DO (drama) SHOTGUN (drama)
Inching along on the screenplay. Was able to able to scrape up enough to post something for you guys to look at. It’s the first nine or so pages. Another ruffety, rough, rough, draft.
Do you write romantic relationships? How do you do with those, and how “far” are you willing to go in your writing? Do I write romantic relationships? Well, after looking back on my work, I really can’t say that I do. A lot of my characters have been in relationships, and of course, there had … Read more
Well, I just finished slaving eleven straight days at work, and I finally get a day off tomorrow which will turn into a three day weekend for me. Pushing through my work marathon, I was able to get one scene done. It was a scene that introduces Sloan’s friend, a young female bouncer, named Carrie. … Read more
Don’t have that much to report in this Project Journal today. The last week I tried to work on this screenplay, time was not on my side and I was only able to get one small scene done. Now that I’m totting my trusty NetBook with me to work everyday so I can get some … Read more