I write screenplays and work in trauma surgery.
I write screenplays and then rewrite them. I work very hard at that. Short stories are just for fun. I write them in one or two setting and don’t work on them after that.
I'm proud to call you my grandfather, Dennis. :)
You have amazing work, like always.
Thanks for the read, Dennis. and the kind words. i'd be glad to send a PDF of the novel. i need readers. got a couple of teenagers reading it now but writers are the best help. what's your email so i can send the PDF addtached.
Thank for my story, Need's from the Forest. I may be prejudiced I still feel it's one of your best.
Exactly. That's why I saw a novel - although I didn't want to be
presumptuous. My daughter is an ER/OR RN and I think the profession is
so cool. I faint at the sight of blood. Police procedurals are all
over TV. None of them are as good as Michael Connelly. If I can ever
remember the name of the great 20 year old hospital novel I read last year
I'll forward it to you. it was still good. Cheers.
Read this after I read the Dragon. Were I you I'd be wrapping up a couple of peak hour ER weeks into a novel. I haven't read a really good medical procedural novel for a long time and it sounds like you've got one in you. Then you can adapt it for the screen.
that is the single best holy fuck profile i've ever read.
thanks for what you do, man--and for sharing it.
Damn, Dennis, your job is even more intense than I'd expect. Wow.
Hi Dennis, some great, happy little stories here! Ha, well, keep posting them for us!
P.S. You psychically knew I would say that, huh? No sooner did I post a comment on this page than a lovely story had appeared. It's all very fairy tale, isn't it? xooxxo!
Dennis, my brother! :) Nice to see you here. Come on, post a little story--I know you've got them! Ha! Hope you're having a great week.
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