A woman looks back at her college years, early employment and her involvement with a family of wealth and craziness.
A young Catholic girl navigates through her teen years in a parochial girls’ school with a father in the movie industry, a devout mother, and a rather reluctant hero in Ingrid Bergman.
Sleepwalking is no joke in this mystery-thriller that brings a family to the edge.
A college co-ed marries for security and not for love. Art and love are freedoms that can be hard to find when security stifles creativity.
The birth of the United States and the lives of Thomas Jefferson and his eldest daughter, Martha “Patsy” Jefferson Randolph plays out in this brilliant imagining of her life.
A young blind woman and her father escape Paris with a national treasure as a brilliant, young man is denied his future as a scientist to be thrown into war. This is about the good and bad in people as they are reduced to survival conditions.
How could one person bestow another person as a gift; actually wrap that person in ribbons? And, care so little for her humanity you ignore her basic bodily functions. How could anyone not stand against that?