The Muraviov Company is out with TIME ZERO by Erin Carere & Carlo Carere. An unfulfilled engineer wakes up shackled to a ticking nuclear bomb in an underground chamber with only a phone and one instruction to save millions of people: she must convince the US President to kill himself.
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Facing death, cranky Bill Wilks invites a young homeless mother and toddler to move in and soon after, her sister and offbeat friends show up creating a raucous menagerie under one roof. Even as Bill’s health deteriorates he rises to the rescue, helps transform their troubled lives and in doing so discovers the meaning of his own.
Written by Peter Malone Elliott, the story finds the mercurial Frank Sinatra at the apex of his career when he’s forced to team up with the FBI to rescue his son from a group of inept kidnappers, giving Ol’ Blue Eyes the chance to repair their broken father-son bond.
Ten late-night commuters in a bus terminal turn on one another when an apparently supernatural force imprisons them in the terminal and gives them a simple task: to unanimously choose one among them who will be allowed to leave – and live – while the rest will stay behind and die.
After the tragic death of his wife and kids, rising tech star, Aiden Cross, invents the world’s first platform to access the afterlife, but when his partner winds up dead and haunting artifacts begin to cross back over, he must travel to the other side, find the real killer and stop the flood of souls from invading the realm of the living.
Desperate to make ends meet and pay child support after losing his wife, his job, and his hair, a geeky research chemist creates a breakthrough all-in-one drug that cures baldness and boosts sexual performance – but trouble ensues when his former big pharma boss vows to steal the formula at any cost.
David Luz, who made it into the Top 25 of the Launch Pad Manuscript Competition with Tallok, has signed with Kathy Muraviov of The Muraviov Company
In the style of great adventure classics like The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Treasure Island, a new book about the golden age of pirates, Plunder, is hitting the film and television markets in a big way. The book is co-authored by Pat Croce and Adam Slutsky.
The new semi-autobiographical novel from Janét Saunders, After Spin the Bottle, is heating up the film rights market in big and competitive ways. It was published earlier this year in March by AuthorHouse.
Logline: When an expectant father rushing to the birth of his first child becomes trapped inside his crashed truck during an alien invasion, he must resort to desperate measures to free himself, escape the alien onslaught and a terrifying human element, and save his wife and child.
As we first reported last week, a new family-oriented sci-fi book Rex hit the market with some real heat behind it. Now, the YA adventure has made its way into some of the town’s biggest animation studios.
As summer starts to wind down, the film rights market is heating back up with a new family-oriented sci-fi book, Rex. The YA adventure, co-written by authors Cody B. Stewart, Adam Rocke, and Mark Rogers, is stomping its way onto the film rights market with Kathy Muraviov and Darryl Taja leading the charge.
When an eleven year-old boy and his friend find a mysterious egg in the Florida Everglades, creepy men begin to stalk his house and military helicopters start buzzing their neighborhood. But when the egg hatches, the boys realize life as they know it will never be the same!
Logline: When three women in their mid-30s swear off men, get artificially inseminated and move in together, can their friendship survive the stress of pregnancy, hormone-fueled horniness, out-of-control bodily functions and the secret desire to still find a man to love?