Tag Archives: PLAYS


I just published another Kindle book, The Theatre Plays of a Common Man, which is the sequel to The Writing Arsenal of a Common Man. It is a collection of plays I wrote in my Screenwriting class in community college. You can get it for $4.99 on Kindle or read it for free on Kindle Unlimited. This Sunday, though, it will be free for five days. I designed the cover on a photograph I took of a ballet theatre in New York City when my family and I were celebrating Christmas. Check it out!


I am doing something that I have not done in years: writing a play. The last time I wrote a play was during my time in high school. I participated in theatre plays for four years in high school and I wrote, casted, produced, and directed my own plays. The most significant play I wrote during those days was a fantasy epic that revolved around my earliest fantasy piece. However, this was when I was in the process of figuring out which genres suited me best. As a result, I did not yet understand what made a good fantasy story. Still, it was a great play because I got to wear a suit of armor and build a giant prop head of a demon. Now, I am shaking the cobwebs off and writing a ten minute play that will be a dog Christmas. I have already written the first five pages and I am on a roll. I will keep you updated on any further developments.