Paul Western-Pittard

Biography

Writer and screenwriter.

The first thing that I was ever proud of was writing a story.

Then I went to school and after that got a real job. I’ve worked in and around film and television since 1995. I started in technical support for Silicon Graphics based special effects tools and very quickly thought that it’d be much more fun on the other side of things. Moving over to production, I worked with a number of animation companies, ending up in all sorts of director, script editor and writer roles for web and television. Which was like that very first thing I did, but with bigger budgets.

And then somewhere in the middle of that I wrote the first part of a strange scifi comedy series, ‘Jan and The Spooky Periscope Incident’ which was published early 2012. I also completed my first novel, a dark psychological thriller – Undreamed, which is available on Amazon now. Two very different stories, but I’m a fan of contrast. I’m currently working on my next novel, a dark psychological fantasy.

I also collaborate from time to time with Melbourne artist, Wayne Bryant. A blog series, ‘The Barefoot Goddess’ can be found on my blog, cerullean.net

Where to find Paul Western-Pittard online


Books

Unbeliever
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 22,280. Language: English. Published: April 5, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller, Fiction » Themes & motifs » Psychological
Psychological Thriller. Set years before the events of "Undreamed", Unbeliever follows the story of Alice, a woman trapped between reality and a dream. Unable to live not knowing which of her two lives are real, Alice is driven to confront her other self, as impossible as that sounds, while in her alternate life she begins a desperate quest to destroy her nightmare.
Undreamed
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 102,480. Language: English. Published: November 12, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller, Fiction » Themes & motifs » Psychological
Psychological Thriller. Alice is trapped between reality and a dream. To sleep in one is to wake in the other, never knowing which is true. Then one day, her lives are fractured when she meets a girl dressed in green. She knows her for what she is: the key to her escape. But as she unravels the girl’s secret, the question becomes: who is she really waking?

Paul Western-Pittard’s tag cloud

dark    dream    psychological drama    thriller