Lion & lamb
combining a gritty, urban crime writing and striking prose to create an exceptional and contemporary twist on a doomed romance.
He sits down for this, his first day of Broadcast Journalism study.
He's always wanted to be here -- and he's always wanted to be a news reporter.
Lana Shannon sits down across from him.
He's looking at her.
She's looking at him.
Suddenly, he is spending his weekends training for underground boxing contests, hanging out with tough-as-nails bikers, and generally ignoring or forgetting who he is....................... all because she says she likes the bad boys.
Will his new found lifestyle prove enough to capture her attention -- or will it put the one person he claims to love in mortal danger?
writing in and of color
Two writers. One city. One year.
Both struggling towards the same goal, their approaches as opposite as their personalities. Two manuscripts, twelve months to see their respective dreams realized, or squandered forever.
Red, more interested in drowning his God-given genius in pop culture cliché, is all about excess; more drugs, more steroids, and more dirty-pretty-dirty girls, hoping to mask insecurity in a meticulously orchestrated cover-boy façade.
If only he could apply such structure to his writing.
Blue, basking in over-analyzed and imagined shortcomings, his loathing self-criticism fighting daily with the optimism in the pages, could he focus to write as often, would undoubtedly propel him into the echelons of post-everything buzz authors. With the differences between them narrowing as quickly as the distance, a revelation masked as a chance meeting will link their destinies and send them kicking and screaming into a life they've only pretended to be prepared for.