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Our Client, Patrick Towne – Writer, Editor, Actor, Screenwriter, and Business Professional in leading-edge technologies



Background & Biographical Statement

We are proud to add Patrick Towne, I can only describe more aptly as a “Mr. Diversity of great achievements”, to our Author pages.  There is absolutely nothing more I could possibly add to what is already being posted here about our Client, except to say, we shall endeavor to do our utmost to help fulfill some of Patrick’s aspirations where his creative artistry is concerned and do him justice.


Patrick Towne lives and works in Fairfield, Iowa, southeast Iowa’s “Silicorn Valley,” a high-tech haven with an active performing arts culture. He’s a writer, editor, actor and screenwriter who integrates his experience in business, leading-edge technologies and acting into screenplays for film and TV. His most recent project is “Padre’s Cure,” winner of the 2018 Iowa Motion Picture Association (IMPA) Award of Achievement for Best Screenplay (Unproduced).


Patrick’s other scriptwriting projects include “Blackberries in the Dream House,” which won the 2016 Wild Rose Independent Film Festival Award for Best Screenplay, Iowa Feature Film (Unproduced) and the 2015 IMPA Award of Achievement for Best Screenplay (Unproduced). Patrick is also the co-author of “A Time Out of Rhyme” and “Music Most Foul,” screenplays based upon musical stage plays. “Music Most Foul” won the IMPA 2008 Award of Excellence for Best Screenplay (Unproduced). Under the title “A Time Out of Rhyme,” Patrick’s screenplay “Goosed” won the IMPA 2006 Award of Excellence for Best Screenplay (Unproduced).


Patrick’s other scriptwriting credits include “Love at Work,” a feature-length film script about a young woman whose unexpected pregnancy spurs her to become a successful businesswoman and turn the tables on a fickle boyfriend and a ruthless female competitor; “Goth King,” a historical epic about Alaric of Balthi, the Roman mercenary who became a Goth king and whose defeat of Rome in 410 A.D. signaled the fall of the Roman Empire; “Wild Woman Saint,” a screenplay about the life and times of St. Catherine of Siena; “Wilderness Spirit,” the story of legendary 19th Century wilderness lover and environmental advocate John Muir; and “The Trouble With Oliver,” a romantic comedy set in San Francisco in the early 1970s.


Patrick’s published credits include articles in numerous business and financial magazines and newspapers such as Futures, Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities, Bull & Bear, Electric Light & Power, Teleprofessional, Personal Investor, Registered Representative, The Des Moines Register, Mortgage Banking, National Underwriter, Insurance Week, and Insurance Times.  He has developed story concepts for stories that have appeared in Time, Business Week, USA Today, The New York Times, Success, the Chicago Sun-Times, Dow-Jones Asset Management, Derivatives Strategies and Fat Pipe magazines and numerous news, business and telecommunications industry Web sites.


Patrick’s business and technical writing experience includes documentation of one of the first travel agency computer systems to interface with major airline reservation networks.  He has also documented computer systems that managed and reported on: commodity flow and delivery for the largest agricultural cooperative in the United States; circuit engineering and design for one of the largest telephone companies in the country; inventory control for a leading provider of business computer systems and networks; box office receipts, accounting and cash flow analysis for one of the largest cinema chains in the US; and corporate charitable contributions for a large pharmaceutical firm.  Patrick contributed to a best-selling “user-friendly” manual on the use of AmiPro, a word-processing and desktop publishing program.  He was also a contributor to the NeXt computer user’s guide for one of NeXt’s preferred word processing, desktop publishing and office management software packages.


Patrick became the Managing Director and Editor in Chief for IES Press in January 1998.  He served as editor of the first two books published by IES Press, Beliefs-Preferences Gauge Symmetry Group and Replication of Contingent Claims in a General Market Environment and Foundations of Foreign Exchange Option Symmetry. He also conceived and outlined an IES Press publication that explained physics-based financial technologies to non-technical audiences: P-28: The Coming Transformation in Global Financial Markets.  During Patrick’s tenure, IES Press became a distributor for World Scientific Publishing Co., a leading publisher of books for the natural sciences.  Patrick also established distribution relationships for IES Press with, Barnes & Noble, Baker & Taylor, Global Investor, NUMA Financial, and fifteen other Internet distributors of finance-related books.


Patrick has contributed research, interviews and background writing to articles on advances in workplace management and other human resource issues in industrial and high-technology environments.  He has also written policies and procedures manuals for industrial, manufacturing, health care and engineering firms as well as technical and promotional copy for Web sites, instructional manuals, home study courses, books, newsletter articles, direct mail packages, press releases, promotional brochures and flyers on telecommunications, real estate investment, personal investment management, options investing, socially responsible investing, environmentally-sound solid waste disposal systems, satellite communications systems, consumer credit reporting, corporate takeovers and consolidations, and high-accuracy industrial cutting systems.  Patrick has designed sales presentations for a trading advisory service and has written and edited business plans and promotional materials for one of the world’s premier suppliers of high-performance transmission components for Porsche racecars, for a financial services firm entering the socially-responsible investment marketplace, and for a next-generation global IP Telephony cooperative.




We are very partial to the Supernatural, and who isnt?  It is the best form of escapism that has the ability to hoist us up and release us from our ‘earthly shackles, if only momentarily.   Right?   We believe this work would deliver well in the film industry.  I don’t want to give away too much of this treasure,  until we have caught the attention of some of our beloved colleagues in the film sectors, and so a simple log-line may need to suffice for now to give you a clue.  The plot is exciting, full of suspense, and loaded with humanitarianism and philanthropic courage where Providence is on their side, and ultimately lets the ‘good guys’ win, in their getting even with greedy corporates for once.


Two of Patrick latest Screenplays looking for a home with a keen Film Studio are:  



Padre’s Cure  by Patrick Towne

Based on a story by Patrick Towne and Randal K. West

Copyright ©2017 Patrick Towne

WGA Registration #1908195

Genre: Supernatural Action-Adventure Thriller


A strong-willed young Italian chemist and two of her friends stumble upon a deceased holy man’s simple, all-natural cure for AIDS and cancer, resolve to bring it to the world without profit to themselves or anyone else, and outwit a pharmaceutical company’s grasping CEO and his hit men to make it available to those who need it most.




Adaptation to the  Award Winning Novel of the same title by Diane Frank (See Diane’s Author Page on this site)

Again, more elements of the supernatural in the mix… Should be a wonderful eye catching materialization of the exotic on the silver screen, where West meets with Eastern culture, and philosophy.  However, whether Western or Eastern customs, love knows no bounds where the rapturous highs and ecstasies, as well as the painful lows experienced and intertwined within any romantic bond between a man and a woman, is destined to deliver the same severity of happiness or pangs of distress in all cultures, when events turn an unexpected corner.


Recovering from the loss of her first true love, a young geisha in 1850s Kyoto meets a youthful Buddhist monk who has never known a woman’s touch. Tenuous and then passionate lovemaking becomes their gateway to a deeply spiritual union. Their love affair cut short by an earthquake, the two inseparable lovers return in the present day and find each other once again.


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About Our Client Diane Frank, Author of Diversity…

Diane Frank Reaches Beyond Romance: Erotic, Lyrical, Cultural, Poetic Fiction

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Diane Frank, came to us via Patrick Towne, a Screenwriter, who suggested Diane explore the film sectors for her Novel “Blackberries in the Dream House”.   I love the exquisite and refined portrayal of this work’s book cover.   We shall do our best to find the right fit for this wonderful mix of poetic license, and enriched tale of sweet and romantic elements, unique and fresh in its erotic content against a tapestry of Japanese flavored cultural significance, and  executed in its accomplished literary delivery .   The Novel smacks of a classic in the making in its unusual category.


Based upon the Pulitzer Prize-nominated novel, “Blackberries in the Dream House” by Diane Frank. Copyright © 2003 Diane Frank. Published by 1st World Library, Austin, TX, Delhi, India and Fairfield, IA.  On the Web: “Blackberries in the Dream House” was also nominated for the Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Award.





Recovering from the loss of her first true love, a young geisha in 1850s Kyoto meets a youthful Buddhist monk who has never known a woman’s touch. Tenuous and then passionate lovemaking becomes their gateway to a deeply spiritual union. Their love affair cut short by an earthquake, the two inseparable lovers return in the present day and find each other once again.


Diane Frank is an award-winning poet and author of the novel Blackberries in the Dream House. Diane’s six published books of poems including Swan Light, Entering the Word Temple and The Winter Life of Shooting Stars. Her friends describe her as a harem of seven women in one very small body. She lives in San Francisco, where she dances, plays cello, and creates her life as an art form. Diane teaches at San Francisco State University and Dominican University. She leads workshops for young writers as a Poet in the School and directs the Blue Light Press Online Poetry Workshop. She is also a documentary scriptwriter with expertise in Eastern and sacred art. Blackberries in the Dream House won the Chelson Award for Fiction and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Diane’s latest novel, Yoga of the Impossible, was published in 2014.

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Our Client, Author A. J. (Anthony) Kohler

Category:  Literary and Film Project

ABOUT THE Author  A.J. (Anthony J.) Kohler




The talented Author’s  career has included insurance sales, collections and law, which he was engaged in, in Denver for about ten years before his retirement.   Anthony told us that he was never one to favor the Colorado harsh  winters, and skiing always seemed like nothing more than a waste of time and money. This is heresy in Colorado, of course, so when he retired, the Author headed south for a warmer climate. He now lives in the outskirts of Tucson, in the heart of the Sonoran desert, and he assured us that he can now honestly say that is where he has lost his heart…to the place where the saguaro grows.  He is keenly growing many diverse kinds of cacti  in his beloved  garden, and here in the desert, he also learned that gardening can be akin to a blood sport.

His educational degrees are all from the University of Colorado, and he was there during the time frame of Repeat.  Anthony writes from experience and what he knows, and this  is  reflected in the authenticity of his work, and there is so much that he could have included which could have turned Repeat into a much more voluminous work, such as the Light shows, concerts, winter storms and chinook winds, the trees leafing out late in the Spring semester, and there are myriad things that could have been included to make the setting even more real, but doing so while it would have been true to memory, Kohler maintains, would have resulted in the setting taking over the story.

Currently Anthony  lives on the outskirts of Tucson with a partner of the opposite sex and two long-coat Akitas, also of opposite…Lol!

We, as Anthony’s Agents,  beg to differ where he  maintains that these additional elements omitted from the story, would have resulted in the setting taking over the story.  Instead, we hope with keen fan eyes, that he will come back with another submission,  and another thrilling work to entice our greedy “reading buds”,  with nothing precious omitted of the locale and the full tapestry against which he sets his stories.

ABOUT –  “REPEAT:  A Love Story for the Ages!”


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Publisher: Lang Book Publishing, Limited (October 1, 2016)
Publication Date: October 1, 2016


Paul and Angelina are old friends who dated in college, briefly, years ago, and recently reconnected via email. During their correspondence, they realized that they both regretted not taking up with each other back then, especially given their difficult and tumultuous first marriages after college.


When Angelina is killed, she is offered a choice of what to do next and opts to have both of them return to when she and Paul first arrived at college and do it over again … while remembering what happened to them over the years. They make many changes in the way they live their lives and find true happiness together. Although they don’t repeat those mistakes they made before, they definitely find new ones to experience and explore.



What a beautiful love story. So much there, about second chances, redemption, of being allowed to do it all over again — the right way. The end, so sad, so perfect, —- so beautiful. That end clings to my heart———- Wren Hartwood, short story author This book will touch your heart, bring a few tears and shouts of joy. Characters are well developed and they come alive as you fall in love with them. It left me wishing that I could have a Repeat. —- Joy Redmond, author of Stolen Lives, Give Me Wings and Finding Will Hennie As I read this book, it occurred to me that like a lot of people, I have wanted to re-live some things in my life but in a different way. There were things I would have changed, different roads I would have taken. Imagine for a moment, going back and doing it over, knowing what you know now. Living and loving the way it could have been. I could not put the book down. — Frank Drinkwine, Vietnam veteran It is a love story, it is a family story all wrapped around a very realistic Nam story. I enjoyed it immensely and laughed and even came close to crying a few times. It has a perfect ending. —- Joe Skarda, Vietnam veteran




Repeat: A Love Story For The Ages is still holding the #1 slot in Romance novels in the P&E poll! I’d like to thank everyone who has repeatedly (hopefully daily) cast their votes for it. I’m also voting for two works by friends of mine, Canoples Investigations Exposes Space Dodger, a Young Adult novel by K.C. Sprayberry and The Engineer, a Science Fiction short story by Ray Chilensky.

Thank you all again, and I hope you keep doing it as long as the poll goes on (the month of January).

Anthony J. Kohler

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Our Client, and Author Stephen C Southon





Suffering schizophrenia for thirty years,  Stephen sojourned from the depths of madness to the sobriety of recovery.  Plagued with hallucinatory voices, hyperbolic mania, irrational phobia, and inexplicable ideas of magical influence, he entered psychiatric institutions on thirty occasions.  He  traversed the New Zealand public health system  – hospitals, outpatient clinics,  hospice services, and spent nine months in a forensic hospital.  Despite these trials, he has never received a conviction for contravention of the law.


The Author lives in Herne Bay, Auckland, and continues to plan writing more amazing stories for future publication to which we are all looking immensely forward to.  He is a member of l’Alliance Française d’Auckland Inc. and he is enrolled in Coversational Maori at Auckland University of Technology.  When taking a break from the PC his colleague and biggest fan, his friend Paul Hickman, they play tournament Scrabble on the internet, and visit You Tube to watch music videos, in between coffee, biscuits, ice cream and beers.

Those agreeable pastimes in life Stephen has come to pursue  with his colleagues, are able to give us all likewise the most joy and deepest sense of relaxation, away from the tumultuous world in which we must all try to live as best we can, our respective lives.


Emerantia Parnall-Gilbert 



‘Surviving Schizophrenia’ chronicles a path where biochemical intervention is not the sole factor relevant to mental illness.. Varied ‘world views’ – Christianity, Maori Pacifika lore, or the credo of a New Age – which have influenced myself – demand a broad approach to mental health.. Reckless prescription of drugs should not substitute exclusively for alternative therapies. As schizophrenia appears in early adulthood, recognition of the vice of youth – alcohol, sex, drugs – should impel professionals to tackle the degenerate social effects of mental illness – alcohol abuse, drug abuse, itinerancy, prostitution.

Suffering schizophrenia for thirty years, I sojourned from the depths of madness to the sobriety of recovery. Plagued with hallucinatory voices, hyperbolic mania, irrational phobia, and inexplicable ideas of magical influence, I entered psychiatric institutions on numerous occasions. I traversed the New Zealand public health system – hospitals, outpatient clinics, hospice services. I spent nine months in a forensic hospital. Despite these trials, I have never received a conviction for contravention of the law.

Graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Studies from the University of Waikato, I have since participated in the consumer advocacy movement of former ‘clients’ of mental health services. In particular, I was a supporter in the 1990s of the The Schizophrenia Fellowship NZ (now known as Supporting Families); The Aotearoa Network of Psychiatric Survivors; and Psychiatric Survivors Auckland Inc.. New Zealand, with Great Britain, the USA and The Netherlands is a leader of mental health consumer advocacy..







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This novel is riveting from the first sentence.  The heroine’s odyssey through the psychiatric system is described with humour, colour and finesse. This compelling story-telling illuminates a world usually left in denial and fear by the larger community. Southon offers a way into that world that enlarges our insight, understanding and compassion as it also delights us with its deftness of touch. Like Janet Frame’s “Faces in the Water”, this work can provoke dialogue and reform in New Zealand’s mental health system, starting with ourselves.

Madeleine Heron MPhil (Hons), BSc, BA




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Our Client, Author and Producer/Director Danial Donai



Danial Donai, has worked on dozens of blockbuster movies as a Hollywood stuntman and action actor, spanning three decades and he has been fortunate to have made many celebrity friends along the way.


Danial Donai is also a talented writer, film director, second unit director, stunt coordinator and producer, with more than thirty years’ experience in the global motion picture industry.


He has enjoyed many years of success in Hollywood working with some of world’s biggest stars including his friend Arnold Schwarzenegger. Born in Brisbane Australia, Danial started his film career in Sydney in 1984 on the set of Mad Max – Beyond Thunderdome.


After four successful years in the Australian film industry, he made the life and career changing move to Los Angeles, where he continued his movie careers upward spiral both in front and behind the camera.


Following his successes with many Hollywood blockbusters, he retired from the action industry and returned to Australia in 2001, then made the natural transition to full time screenwriting and directing. In 2012 Danial wrote, directed and produced his first Australian feature film titled ‘Bat Outta Hell.’ Before the film was released, Danial decided to write this novel based on the movie.


With his success as a stunt actor behind him, he has now turned to his main goal and dream – to become a successful Hollywood writer and director.  Since 2001 he has writen over a dozen great feature films in different genres.  Just recently he wrote, directed, produced and sold his first feature film, titled “Bat Outta Hell”.  The Novel version of the title will soon be coming out in print. More about that Project and a full overview coming up shortly.







This book does not tell you which road to take; that’s for you to decide. This book is all about the one step back that everyone should take before they choose their path. I truly hope Fork in the Road will help you and the young adults who are headed into the real world to achieve all the great joys life has to offer. If this small book helps just one-person head in the right direction, whether it be in happiness, wealth, success, or improving life in some way, then writing this has all been worth it.


Danial’s book “The Fork in the Road” graces as one of the highpoints in his writing career, and takes its place of pride among Danial’s diverse literary repertoire.  The book was written from the heart, and based on his own life’s journey, as he tried to find his own place in the world of movie making and being involved as a stunt actor in various movies in which he was involved during his years spent in Hollywood. Living within what could best be described as,  its ‘tumultuous’ society’; which rather comes somewhat ‘gratis’ in the world of the wider entertainment industry circles and sectors.


This book illustrates some amazing and superb ‘behind the scenes pictures’ showing Dani in many different ‘personas.’  Talk about superbly blending in like a true ‘chameleon’ under cover.


  • It is our heartfelt and genuine opinion that this book ought to be read by all young people from Intermediary School age onwards to hopefully stand them in good stead as they move forward into young adulthood.  We aim to get this book into schools and various other institutions where it can be promoted and distributed and see this great book, written from a personal journey point of view, to serve as a guide and perhaps to usher a pre-emptive warning when young men and women reach their own personal junctions, and they’re finding themselves confronted with difficult and tempting choices. So they may be spurred on to thoughtfully weigh things over, consider carefully the consequences and the cost, and the everlasting effects these choices (good or bad – dumb or wise) when erring on the side of indecision under certain peer pressure; may procure on their future lives.


Danial would like to share with our readers the content of a recent message he sent us about the following experience some time ago in original home country Australia, where he is now living and working full time.


Danial:    Hi Emerantia!

I arose this morning, checked my email and smiled again to see a reply from you lol Emerantia, I was so delighted to know that you have started to read FITR and liked it so far, YAY!


Emerantia:    Hi Dani

The same sentiments are reciprocated here, and yes thank you so much for this amazing report and experience, and I found myself entirely hooked after reading a mere few opening pages. The compulsion to read “The Fork in the Road” to the last page, and driven by my highly infected curiosity taking over I felt I needed to learn more about your journey and the aim that was in your own heart to provide some hope, succour and not least courage to those who found themselves in a dark place.   Once in a while a book like this comes our way, and I guess the experiences you related, these are the very elements that enables to warm the cockles of one’s heart, to know that your amazing book “The Fork in the Road”, was able to procure the desired affect you were after, and in being able to help pull someone from the doldrums of their personal abyss and making that ultimate misguided personal decision to end one’s life.  You managed to help so very poignantly “Rosie”, the first woman who contacted you as you revealed in your excerpt below, and I think if any of us is able to save one life in one’s lifetime is the most gratifying, satisfying and ultimate gift, is huge in its dimensions and implications, and is something we could all be extremely proud of.


Danial:   You know when I wrote that little book the ‘Fork In The Road’ for our young generation. I mailed the first edit to Parliament House in Canberra, attention – the (Honorable Julie Bishop) who was at the time our education minister.  A month or so later I received a contact from Julie, she loved the book and asked if she could have me send a pdf version as she would love to send it to her colleagues in the heads of education departments around Australia. Happily, I did as she asked. A few weeks later I received a phone call whilst driving my car.  I pulled over – a woman voice said “is this Danial Donai” I said yes. She said her name was Rosie and that she called to say “thank you for saving my life.”  She explained that it was the last day of the working week at her position in an education department – Rosie had lost her way, she had fallen into a deep depression and had made up her mind – that at the end of that working day she was going home to take her life.  She opened her email that morning and saw an attachment ‘Fork In The Road.’  Rosie thought it was a spam mail and was about to delete it… when she saw the attachment was from Julie Bishop.  So she opened and read the book.  The book affected her in such a positive way, Rosie did not go down that path that day to shorten her life but instead, she took a new positive outlook and continued on in this world. We both cried together on the phone, and I said to Rosie at the end of our tears, Rosie in that book I mention – if this small book helps just one reader out there, then writing it has all been worth it – and Rosie you are that person.

On page 61 of “The Fork in the Road,” which I think is the Dedication page I have a short mention about “Rosie”.  I started receiving emails from people Julie had sent the book to. I was delighted to hear their positive response, one guy even had a small review published about the book and sent the review to me and thanked me for writing it. I have attached that review below.  Anyway, I had a hundred copies of this first draft printed and passed them out to people of all ages and different walks in life to see their response? I was overwhelmed with all the great response I received on this book, lol (lots of love).


Emerantia: Dani, I think you have created a wonderful hand/guidebook which can be used as an upbuilding source of information for people of all ages, in all walks of life. Thank you so much for sharing this work with us, and using your own life’s experiences so honestly and with all the right motives. You are what I would term as a ‘doer’ and not just a ‘talker’ who not just talks about good intentions, but has made those life changes himself, and then following up these newfound values. Thank you again for sharing.

We hope to see the book with a traditional publisher and which it deserves, and perhaps its powerful contents will find their way into those areas of our societal social structures, and institutions for which you were aiming. We shall do our best to offer our very best efforts in being instrumental to a degree at least, to make this happen.

Emerantia Parnall-Gilbert







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Paperback: 296 pages
Publisher: Lang Book Publishing, Limited (March 1, 2018)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0995103038
ISBN-13: 978-0995103030

“Between Me And The Moonlight Flitted A Great Bat, Coming And Going In Great Whirling Circles” 

Bram Stokers’ Dracula

This Film & Novel Were Inspired By Actual Events.  The ride of their lives has taken a turn for the worst.


“This is a story of a desolate land that time had forgotten, a land of myths and legends and a land of hidden subterranean caves, containing secrets of the past. So draconian and vast was this barren landscape that nothing really grew and everything seemed stunted and lost.”


Four inspiring friends and filmmakers (Randy, Chris, Jack & Bianca) are funded for a surfing shoot by (Regent & Boris), two devious Hollywood producers now residing in Australia. The producers have sent the young crew down to film at the Great Australian Bite with a conniving motive in mind.


On the crews” journey through South Australia their vehicle is immobilized. While seeking shelter in an old abandoned church, they are stalked and hunted by an unthinkable killer.


One night of unspeakable terror has left one dead and the three other three crew members running for their lives.


What started out as an exciting trip for another surfing documentary shoot, has turned into one night of unimaginable terror and a fight to survive.

An absolutely stunning and riveting adventure, based partially upon factual events …

Emerantia Parnall-Gilbert


STUNT WORK  – Hehehe Take Your Pick!  Which Dani do we love best?  🙂



“BAYWATCH, HAWAII” – Danial as the “Hitman”


“WARNER BROS., CA., USA – Danial enjoying a touch up…or not?  🙂



“BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER”  – Danial as a Vampire



Jingle all the way – Warner Bros., CA USA Danial and Arnold as “Turbo Man”



“BATMAN AND ROBIN’ – Danial as the “Iceman”



In “CONAN” Danial as the axe warrior “Azura”




 SCARFACE’ aka ‘Deep Red Water’

By Danial M.A. Donai

Represented By Emerantia Parnall-Gilbert

Gilbert Literary & Film Agency

A Subsidiary of Hawkspurr Productions

& Their  Associate Partners Forbidden Tear’s Productions (aka Forbidden Tear’s & Dravis)



The king of the deep has been scarred by those who drew first blood, and his rage has been fuelled for all these years.  Now the time has come to make it right, and the time has come to fight.


A three-month old Great White shark has been hauled upon a Chinese shark culling ship. The young shark witnesses the mutilation of his kin while they are still alive. The terrified shark is thrown back overboard as the Australian coast guard intercepts the ship. Tormented and scarred for life by the men aboard, the infant disappears back into the ocean, only to return as the king of the deep with revenge on his mind.


Twenty years later…


Stan and Reggie are Ozzy shark hunting brothers who live in the coastal town of Byron Bay. The brothers are in search for a twenty-one-foot Great White shark that has been on a killing spree up the east coast of Australia. They are chasing the huge shark, nicknamed ‘Scarface’ by the media, for the cash reward and for another trophy to mount on the wall of their local pub. They need a larger boat to keep up with Scarface, and hook up with Stormy, an Aboriginal man who captains the hired boat. The three set out on a journey, a journey that will change their lives forever.


At the same time, further up the east coast of Queensland, two young couples (Tito & Holly, Nev & Lisa) reunite for a long weekend together at the Whitsunday Islands. They rent two sea-doos and during their trip between the mainland and the Islands, they have a horrific collision at sea. With only one sea-doo barley afloat they are taken out to sea by the current, where they face the perils of mother nature and where they will find out what demons lurk above the water and below.


A sea rescue chopper has been deployed to find the missing castaways. The pilot Matthias and the co-pilot Dan, locate the castaways, but only find tragedy as the horror of a shark attack is imminent. During their rescue attempt from above their chopper is attacked from below and now Matthias and Dan find themselves fighting for their lives along with the castaways.


This is going to be one of those amazing stories about Sharks, and what happens to Sharks when they encounter Man, their enemy one might presume?   However, Sharks have been and still are grossly misunderstood.  After all how would you expect these creatures to react when we enter their domain, their territory?   A must see movie for all Shark lovers!!!

“I for one will be shedding a tear or two on behalf of “Scarface”!



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Our Client, Author, Allan Karson


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ABOUT THE BOOK “Science Slept Sixteen Centuries”  

…And What it Achieved When it Woke…

Science Slept Sixteen Centuries by Allan Karson



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File Size: 3880 KB
Print Length: 513 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Creativia; 2 edition (May 11, 2016)
Publication Date: May 11, 2016


Science Slept Sixteen Centuries is a book for the reader who wants to learn what physics is all about – and for the person who has taken a few physics courses in high school, but wants to learn more about its diverse theories and historical development.

Even if you have taken college-level physics courses, you might not necessarily know the fascinating history of physics development, and the backgrounds of physicists who contributed to that development, such as Kepler, Newton, the Bernoulli family, Planck, Bohr, Einstein, von Neumann and Oppenheimer, to name only a few.

And of course, if you want to learn why world civilization still suffers from a hiatus in the advancement of science in general — and physics in particular – this is the book for you.

In 2006, Allan Karson received enthusiastic feedback for his book idea, and was told that Science Slept Sixteen Centuries is a book that is very much needed. Now, 10 years later, this work is finally ready.

– This book is written for intelligent, inquiring people; it does not talk down to them.
– This book is exciting. Each chapter presents a different historical time period and a different physics discipline. This changing environment presents a continuing challenge. There are no long, non-factual, non-interesting or dull descriptions.
– This book keeps the quantity of math equations to a minimum. Only one equation is presented and explained in detail: Einstein’s fascinating equation that transforms how people, objects and clocks appear to change when they are moving at speeds that approach the speed of light.
– There are no ‘heavy’ descriptions of physics theories; charts are used to provide supporting explanations and description points in charts usually consist of one-liners.
– This book’s sources have been scrupulously read to assure correct and complete details.

Dive in to the mesmerizing world of the history and future of physics with “Science Slept Sixteen Centuries…”


Other Works soon to be Published by the Author:-

“Syllabus for A One-Year High School Physics Course—for ALL Students”

To be given/applied during the Third-Year of High School as part of the

High School Cirriculum.


The syllabus to this wonderful handbook is based on the information presented in the book “Science Slept Sixteen Centuries, An Introduction to the Science of Physics”, and is to serve as an accompaniment to a better understanding, and more ‘laid back’ approach to this comprehensive and exciting subject.

I, and my team salute you Allan Karson for providing us with such a most comprehensive yet uncomplicated version and approach to the book “Science Slept and its ‘Principles’.  


These two works are truly a most unorthodox, appealing, easily digestible and welcoming Conceptual and Historical Approach to Physics, as Contrasted to a Mathematical Approach.  Providing keen readers a fresh approach and new way to learning about this most essential  gateway to the ‘basics of science and physics branch of higher level learning, which forms the basis and groundwork to all manner of industries and the day to day running and improving of all areas, sectors and the lives of the society in which we thrive in the modern day.  The application of the Principles supported by the study of Science and Physics is evident all around us  in both the domestic domain as well as all automated commercial industries, and medical sectors.

The following are the comments of Professor Emeritus Joseph Krieger, former Chair of the Physics Department at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, who read most parts of “Science Slept Sixteen Centuries, An Introduction to the Science of Physics” and assisted in correcting and improving key topics:-

“Monumental effort to inform all of us about developments in physics since Galileo.  Particularly enjoyed all of the personal information about scientists….your courage in tackling such a mathematically difficult subject without using more than a few equations makes this interesting and informative reading for the non-specialist.”


Copyright applied for by Allan Karson,

June 26, 2013    1-955141761

No part of this outline/syllabus may be reproduced

in any form or by any means without

the written permission of the author.

Edition, April 29, 2016


Copyright Registration:  TXu 1-877-034, October 21, 2013


I, and my team, salute you, Allan Karson, for providing us with such a most comprehensive, yet uncomplicated version and approach to the book “Science Slept…and its ‘Principles’.  

Emerantia Parnall-Gilbert



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Edward Hughes, born in Massachusetts in 1967, has always possessed a keen interest in writing. That interest continued to grow throughout his years of education and is now a permanent fixture in his life. Starting with a passion for poetry and essay contests, Edward has studied the craft over the years, attending Hartnell Community College in California and Lane Community College in Oregon, to polish those skills and become a professional writer. Hughes’ favorite genre of film has always been Westerns, and like many others he was a huge fan of John Wayne. It was only a matter of time before Edward decided to combine his love of Westerns and writing into a single effort. When the Dust Settles is one result of that effort.




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Publisher: Sarah Book Publishing (May 28, 2015)
Publication Date: May 28, 2015
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Language: English


Jake Brennen was living a life many would be proud of. He was a town Marshall in a peaceful community, and was married to the prettiest woman he had ever seen. Unexpectedly, events began to transpire that would change his life forever. He was arrested, tried, and convicted for a murder he didn’t commit, and sentenced to life in the Nevada Territorial Prison.
Jake knew that if he stayed in prison, where the other prisoners were trying to kill him, he would never find the murderer and clear his name. His only hope was to find a way to escape. After months of searching for the opportunity to leave this nightmare behind, he found a way out.
After his daring escape, he was blindsided by mishaps and obstacles, all the while being a hunted man having to dodge bounty hunters and lawmen. Will he clear his name before they close in on him? Find out When the Dust Settles.



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