Puppies - The First 100 Days
They stole our hearts and then they stole our shoes. A new book from Gail E. Moss about the not so funny stuff puppies do that makes us laugh.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nashville TN July 2020.
Freelance writer and comic Gail E. Moss releases her rom-com book ACT YOUR AGE: Sometimes you gotta regress to grow up. A different way to read a book while seeing the movie in your head. Available on Amazon as an e-book or paperback today. It’s movie night in your cranium; have fun!
Sometimes you gotta regress to grow up
A rom-com book from comedian Gail E. Moss released today!
Act Your Age is a screenplay, meaning it has been written with the goal of having it produced as a movie. You read it much as you would a play. The action lines go to the margins, telling you where and what is happening. Dialog between the characters is in the middle of the page. Not every single detail of the scene or action is written out. This is done with the intent of letting the director and actors bring some of their own interpretation to how the story is portrayed. The fun part for you as a text reader of this movies is that you can make it look and sound however you want in your head.
Act Your Age is the story of a socially awkward tomboy gym teacher raised by a marine who always wanted a son. She awakes after a fall in a “magical well” seemingly having been transformed into the twelve-year old boy- version of herself. She struggles between her new kid life, and finding a way back to her old self where she’d have to fight a rival teacher to keep her job and win the love of a handsome guidance counselor.
"Rolling Tin" a sitcom by Gail E. Moss is read live at The Comedy Store.
After pitching their historical drama screenplay based on a true story, Scott and Gail take the prize, beating out over 100 other pitches.
Fall 2014- Big Break Quater-finalist
Gail's spec script Brooklyn Nine Nine, "Yippe Ki Yay" has been announced as a quarter-finalist in Final Draft's Big Break Contest.
Gail's first pilot is presented in a live read, to rave reviews.
Spring 2010- CyberSpace OpenScott and Gail each place with there short scenes written within a 48 hour window after the category was announced.