Breeders is going to the May 2016 Cannes Film Festival! It has been selected out of hundreds as one of the Top 16 to be pitched in a selective session on Saturday 14th May, by the Best-seller to Box-Office team. Pitching will be done by Alexia Melocchi of Little Studio Films! I am totally thrilled! Watch this space!…
I am thrilled to announce that I have just received the first draft of the Screenplay for Breeders. Thanks to the talented Anne Brauer and Alexia Melocchi of Little Studio Films. I cannot wait to see where this goes!
Breeders has made it to #27 of Amazon’s top 100 Free Bestsellers list. And not only that, but to #1 in the Science fiction and fantasy, Genetic engineering section in the Kindle eBook store, with some fantastic reviews as well!!! Feeling thrilled and grateful about the success of this book! Thanks everyone.
Hi and welcome to my site. I am a Molecular Biologist and have a Masters degree in Biotechnology. Having studied the ethical issues and controversies surrounding genetic breeding and designer babies, I started to wonder what would happen if your genetic prowess was the new currency and determined your place in this world. Keep Reading!
Very exciting – Breeders has been submitted for film adaptation. Waiting to hear back on whether it has been accepted! Will keep you posted.
Hi Everyone. I just wanted to give you an update on the release date of Refugee’s. Firstly, thanks for the comments and for leaving messages on my site. I love to hear from you guys and its overwhelming how many people are excited about the release. Keep Reading!
Im thrilled to announce that “The Breeders Trilogy” has been picked up for representation by Little Studio Films (HW, California) and is now represented by Agent Alexia Melocchi!
The world of Sci Fi and fantasy has delighted us for generations. We have dipped our collective toes into the pages of wondrous books, stared awestruck and, sometimes, terror struck, at screens big and small. Keep Reading!
A short time ago in a galaxy pretty much right here, I remember getting into an online debate over the state of Cinema Sci-Fi. This was about the time that Danny Boyle’s Sunshine (2007) finally arrived on home video (I had missed it theatrically), and – like the critics – viewers were trying to figure out what to make of it. Keep Reading!