A little update on my screenwriting adventure.

I won a thing! Logline Of The Month with LAScreenwriter.com

And I got some nice prizes too.


I have two totally finished screenplays.

MOBSTERS v MONSTERS: a colourful tale of two families

An OCD businessman steers his crumbling LA mafia family away from violence with a real estate deal but his clumsy mobsters mistakenly put the squeeze on a reclusive clan of shapeshifting monsters.



A feisty government clerk searches for the people who murdered her friend at a Brexit protest, putting herself in the crosshairs of an incompetent police unit trying to pin the crime on a debonair whistleblower.

The whistleblower in this case is  the strangely real Open Window Network.


They were entered into 5 of the major Screenplay writing competitions in March this year. So fingers are crossed.

That’s Not What Happened has already been shortlisted twice in previous incarnations by The Tracking Board and the BBC Writers Room.  It’s better and shorter now and I am very pleased with it.

MOBSTERS v MONSTERS has sketched out ideas for 5 more films and shorts set in that universe.


I am having a short film I wrote shot this summer so that is exciting too.


I have about 4 more drafts on the go

but right now I am trying to write something brand new, fast short and cheap to shoot;

a contained thriller called

Do You Ever hear Voices, Bob?