D.B. Gilles teaches Comedy Writing at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. He’s also a produced and published playwright. His comedies include Men’s Singles, The Girl Who Loved the Beatles, and Inadmissible. He is also one of the most in-demand script consultants and writing coaches in the country, and the author of the popular screenwriting book The Screenwriter Within 2nd Edition: New Strategies to Finish Your Screenplay and Get A Deal. He has also written books on filmmaking (The Portable Film School) and comedy (You’re Funny! Turn Your Sense of Humor Into a Lucrative New Career). His first novel, Colder Than Death, is a mystery about a small town funeral director who realizes a serial killer has been preying on the women in his town for 20 years.
In this hilarious unauthorized, autobiographical parody, Ann Coulter has been approached to be the Vice Presidential candidate in 2016. She’s published a tell-all book. She will reveal who she is, who she was and who she hopes to be before the left wing media and the Democratic spin machine can have at her.
After a grave robbery gone wrong, the remains of a teenaged girl are discovered inside a mausoleum. Although Del isn’t used to murder, he’s used to death, so initially this is just another corpse. But after the victim is identified as a local teen long thought to be a runaway, Del is pulled into the case. Gradually he realizes a serial killer has been preying on the women in his town for 20 years.
Valerie needs to save her shrinking book club. So when a member recruits a flamboyant, mysterious waitress named Cinnamon, it’s a mixed blessing. Cinnamon rubs her the wrong way. And when she starts proposing changes to the book club, Valerie wants her out. But when Valerie learns a dark secret about Cinnamon’s past, she realizes that having her in the book club may be just the thing to save it.