Michael Field


I've been writing for 20 years. Mostly screenplays for features and shorts. In 2003, I wrote and directed the feature "Save the Forest" which enjoyed mild success in the low-end DVD market and streaming service of Netflix. The next seven years found me writing and directing several short films which ran through the festival circuit and starting a family with my lovely wife. In 2010, I created the mystery web series, "The Puzzle Maker's Son" which gained me entry into the WGAe and in 2011, I followed up with a comedy web series, "Scenes from the Movies". Both are available for viewing online at YouTube. Currently, in addition to writing my first book (Adam Parker and the Radioactive Scout) and raising my three children with my wife, I'm also developing two feature projects for production in late 2014/early 2015.

Smashwords Interview

What are you working on next?
Right now, I'm developing a screenplay called "Kiddo" about a young girl, who has psychic abilities and is being sought after by the Nazis in 1940s New York City. It deals with real-life plots to bring down New York and how much the city was infiltrated by the Nazi party and sympathizers. After that, I'll be working on a follow-up in the world of Adam Parker.
Who are your favorite authors?
Off the top of my head, I enjoy Elmore Leonard, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Who doesn't like Sherlock Holmes?), Stephen King, Chuck Palaniuck, Michael Chabon, David Liss, Richard North Patterson (Silent Witness is one of my favorites). I enjoy many, many more. I gravitate towards story more than I do authors.
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Where to find Michael Field online


Adam Parker and the Radioactive Scout
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 67,250. Language: English. Published: February 4, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General, Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
In the town of Hilldale, kid detective Adam Parker was crime’s worst enemy. With the help of his best friend, Kevin, and the girl next door, Becky, no mystery was too great to tackle. 15 years later, Adam returns to his hometown, but this time playing detective is no longer his passion. Kevin needs his help and what starts out as a favor, turns into the discovery of a plot to destroy the town.

Michael Field's tag cloud

bomb    boy scout    comedy    detective    encyclopedia brown    funny    hardy boys    kid detective    mystery    nancy drew    new england    serial    small town