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Short Stories, Real Life By Leslie Jones McCloud
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Another title for this book could be "Tales from an Urban Jungle," but I thought that would be a bit corny--get it? I'm from Indiana. Anyway folks, "Short Stories, Real Life," is... More > a collection of informative and sometimes inspirational news stories I've written that are based in the Midwest--Northwest Indiana to be exact. Locals should buy the book because they may be in it. There is also a story about the world-famous band, Frankie Beverly and Maze, when they performed at a summer concert in Miller section of Gary. This would make excellent light reading. It isn't often local news stories are accessable to those who live outside of the area. Most news--before it becomes national or international news--starts out as a local news story. Think about it. Maybe some of the information in this book could be of use to you.< Less
Eighteen Months By Leslie Jones McCloud
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This publication is a script for a political thriller/action adventure film. I am seeking to option this script. It's about a woman named Lois DuSol. Lois is a reporter who becomes entangled with a... More > lawyer, dirty cops, federal agents and her editor--all while experiencing her first love, carrying her first child and uncovering a secret that no one wants told. Along the way, she is spied on and threatened but manages to break the biggest news story of her career.< Less
Eighteen Months By Leslie Jones McCloud
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This publication is a script for a political thriller/action adventure film. I am seeking to option this script. It's about a woman named Lois DuSol. Lois is a reporter who becomes entangled with a... More > lawyer, dirty cops, federal agents and her editor--all while experiencing her first love, carrying her first child and uncovering a secret that no one wants told. Along the way, she is spied on and threatened but manages to break the biggest news story of her career. < Less