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A Conversation with Elaine Bossik, Author of The Last Victim spoke with Elaine Bossik about her new novel, The Last Victim. (Q): Where did the idea for The Last Victim come from?

Elaine Bossik (EB): I was in a writing workshop where writers share their writing and offer critiques and suggestions. I wrote what I thought was a short story, but it was really a vignette. The group encouraged me to continue the story and develop the characters. This vignette turned out to be the first chapter of my novel.

Q: Did you plot your entire story before you started writing?

EB: I had to know the beginning, the middle, and the end before I started writing. For me, I have to know my ending so I know where the story is leading. Read more....

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Carolina Screenwriters welcomes screenwriter Rinda Mizzelle. Rick Johnson, Web extraordinaire, weighs in on the meeting: "We silently read the first 18 pages of Rinda's screenplay, a romantic comedy. We dissected it, offered rewrites, little changes, big changes." 

A Gringo in Rio By Gary Ridge
Is there anyone out there whose film is doing the rounds on the independent film festival circuit? Every time I open my inbox, I'm inundated with deadlines for art house [film festivals] and other international festivals. The whole scene appears amazingly energetic!

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The Last Victim
A Novel by Elaine Bossik

The Last Victim
Elaine Bossik writes screenwriting articles for under the pen name, Elaine Radford. Elaine's new novel, "The Last Victim," has been published and is now available in paperback. Read more....


Act 1; Scene 1;
This adventure, addressing man's greatest global failure, the education of the world's children, experiences a turn of fate, which has leaders of the world waiting for the results of voting in the United Nations. Read more....

Me and Jackie
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Simon Hawkins is an impound lot caretaker and hasn't set foot outside the lot in 10 years! His only consolations are his memories of his friendship with baseball/civil rights great Jackie Robinson - and a new friendship with a local teenager.
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Tea Baggers
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America falls into chaos and tyranny. Read more....

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