DR. MEL'S MESSAGE - From my novels to my other projects, no telling what you will read. This is the only place you will get to read about how I developed a screenplay into a novel and what is the driving force. I will talk about many things from films to books to acting to producing. It really will depend on where my mind takes me. I hope you will join me on this journey.
The world has descended into a corrupt and broken society in the year 2050. Eddie Burns, a shapeshifter, creates a prison for the most violent and dangerous criminals in the world; however, any and all crime (especially murder) is legal inside the house if waivers are signed. The poor citizens outside of the house are treated as cows, slaughtered for the sick pleasure of the psychopaths that reside inside. The son of a notorious crime boss, Hiro Nakamura, and his one-armed ex-cop friend, Mai Satsuki, take the law into their own hands by mercilessly killing off the psychopaths to protect the citizens. Eddie decides to punish Hiro by kidnapping his daughter Akemi and forces him and Mai to fight against the most deranged and vile human beings on earth by sunset in order to get his daughter back. Should Hiro and Mai fail, the world will continue to be plagued in violence and his daughter will forever be a slave inside the house of madness.
This book crosses so many genres it is great there is something in this book for everyone. An interesting story that is refreshingly different. Found this book on a book blog that features amazing new books and authors.
A kid born in and raised in the DC/MD/VA, I grew up around the gangsters and drug dealers around my way; however, surprisingly, I've seen little violence.
I've seen the humanity behind these men and I like to pen stories about the monsters people hate. Now residing in beautiful Los Angeles, California, I've written scripts and stories since I decided to choose filmmaking over cooking as a career. Thus far, I've written nearly a dozen features, eleven shorts, an e-book, and three pilots, with a majority of my works receiving accolades in contests such as the Oaxaca Film Festival and Emerging Screenplay contest.