Dream of Writing: An Original Screenplay
College English senior Ramen Noodle (Ray) wants to make a name for himself as a screenwriter more than anything in the world. Unfortunately, he's got a long way to go. He gave up a football scholarship and decided to support himself and his education at Orleans University by working as a bartender in the French Quarter. Not to mention he's failing his capstone screenwriting course. But after enduring a recurring nightmare about a possessed, murdering cannibal who dresses like an alligator and terrorizes a rural Louisiana church parish, Ray has fresh material for a new horror movie. The dream is so real that he begins to have difficulty distinguishing fantasy from reality. Does he love his French-speaking girlfriend, or the bombshell of his imagination? When things finally begin to look up, he has to figure out what he's willing to sacrifice in order to achieve his dream. Unless it's already too late ...
This book features a to-this-date-unmade movie script that began as a senior-level screenwriting assignment during my time as an undergraduate creative writing major at Louisiana State University. This is a work of fiction. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events, is purely coincidental.
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"Gregory Fischer is a great storyteller with the extraordinary ability to write about human emotion in detail." --Bertin Drizller, The Book Commentary