Susanna Godoy Lohse, the daughter of an American schoolteacher and a Latin American businessman is not only a novelist and non-fiction writer, she is also an award-winning screenwriter.
Her novel, "The Peerless Dulcinea," a Cuban Gone With the Wind, set against the backdrop of a communist revolution, is also an award winning screenplay, winning a Gold award at the WorldFest International Film Festival.
The Karma of Mao is a devastating critique of socialism and Marxism through the eyes of a longtime Buddhist, and award-winning author. Karl Marx and the Buddha each came up with very different solutions for the world's ills. In theory, Marxism, and/or socialism seem to be equitable systems of government, but in the end, karma runs all over the Marxist dogma.
Retro is the new radical when it comes to the relevance of old-fashioned advice on boy-girl relationships in a new age. Learn from the mistakes of older generations of women who didn’t follow the advice of their mothers and grandmothers, and how they destroyed their chances at finding true love. Be the kind of girl for whom a boy would go out into the world and slay dragons.
The screenplay adaptation (unproduced) of this book has already won a Gold Award at the WorldFest International Film Festival. A Gone With the Wind kind of story set in the era of Madmen (late 1950's). Emmy, the daughter of an eccentric aristocrat and her beloved nanny suffer the whims of an evil socialite. However, her father tells her she has her own, personal, guardian angel. Ages 9 and up