Monday, September 29th, 2014
We are excited to welcome a multi-talented screenwriter turned children’s book writer, Stephanie Sharp. This week we are spotlighting her children’s book called The Bird That Couldn’t. Enjoy the feature! –Jo Grafford, Highlighted Author Co-Hostess
The Bird That Couldn’t
A small bluebird by the name of Alfred is forced to begin his flying lessons without any consideration of how he may feel about it. However, Alfred tries to take charge of the situation the best way he knows how without letting his fears get the best of him. Eventually, Alfred learns a valuable lesson in life. He takes the ability and knowledge that he had been given, and uses it to benefit those who aren’t so lucky. He then realizes that sharing the ability, care, and concern with others makes his fear disappear, and the want to share his new found capacity soars to a new height.
Available in paperback now on AMAZON.
A Note From Stephanie
A well-rounded freelance artist, I have completed a total of 3 full-feature scripts. The first is a 3-Star script (via the Screenwriter Showcase Community) entitled ‘The Secret of the Nile’ placing emphasis on the demise of an ancient kingdom and the unification of one country. The script is accessible via http://www.screenwritershowcase.com/scripts/s723.php.
Secondly, ‘The Deadly Sins of Farmakeia’ is a script that quickly changes gears and places emphasis on the willful interaction with demonic entities and the deadly results it can bring about. A viewing of the award winning visual pitch/movie trailer and additional info can be accessed via http://www.ebay.com/itm/190399101618?ru=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fsch%2Fi.html%3F_sacat%3D0%26_from%3DR40%26_nkw%3D190399101618%26_rdc%3D1.
My final completed script is entitled ‘Love and Let Die’ and is rated 5 stars via the Scriptbuddy Writers Community. It is unique in that it is about a man who kills his wife and kids by DUI and receives a divine offer to replay his life to save them all in exchange for a devastating sacrifice. The script has been professionally rewritten and can be accessed via http://www.screenwritershowcase.com/script.php?id=724.
Check out Stephanie’s other works on her AMAZON AUTHOR PAGE.