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2017 – Read best of DRAMA SHORT STORY Loglines

Scroll through and read the best LOGLINE in the Short Story format: 

CAT PETS, by Garon Whited

SOLITUDE IS ONLY BEFITTING OF THE MOON, by Manizha Sepas

MICHAEL’S CHAIR, by J. Hirtle

THE LONG ROAD HOME, by Andrew Garrison

SOLITARY DESIRE, by Kim Defforge

THE FINAL CONSEQUENCES, by Clintly Wanga

WAR FROM HER PERSPECTIVE, by Tiffany Hilliard

THANA, by Nichole Decastro

FLU, by Mark A. Bruhwiller

HONEY RIVER, by Mad@Me Qtip 

GOODBYE AUSCHWITZ, by Meryl Healy

COME IN, by Sand Wilke

REVELATION, by Erik Meyers

SPIRITS FOR LEOTA, by Lisa Johnson Mitchell

SHEPHERDS HAVEN, by JJ Selig

IN THE NAME OF FRIENDSHIP, by Sara Stewart

BEFORE AND AFTER, by Simone Pfeiffer

BED FIVE, by Carole Fowkes

EN FLIGHT, by Tony Angelo

TRUE REFLECTIONS, by June Helen Fleming

VIDEO PITCH: LOVE IN THE TIME OF SLAVERY, by Jaime Martinez-Tolentino

THE UNHONEYMOON, by Nan Goldberg

ON BORROWED TIME, by John Darling

FRIENDLY SKY, by Thomas P. Taylor

FAR FROM HOME, by Michael Dooling

THE MOON HATERS, by Simon Ciappara

UNREQUITED LOVE, by Heidi Rhonehouse

THE MASTER, by Phillip Frey

FAETED, by Linda Palmer

VIDEO PITCH: PURE TRASH, by Bette A. Stevens

SEVEN SECONDS, by BJ Neblett

AWAKENED BLINDNESS, by Melanie M.S. Mitchell

DR. BOTANY AND MS. HYDE, by Richard Symes

A TALE OF FREEDOM, by Ricardo J. Andrade and Dwaine K. Govan

BEYOND THE BRIDGE, by Isabelle Ziental

THE INTOXICATED DEVIL, by Alberta Sequeira

GIFTS, by Valerie Michele Oliver

THE MOUTH OF TRUTH, by Frank Joussen

MISTRESS OF THE HOUSE, by Vinita Singh

THE DAY MY FATHER DISCOVERED HE WAS DEAD, by Sean Patrick O’Mordha

 

ADVENTURE Short Story of the Day: A TALE OF FREEDOM, by Ricardo J. Andrade and Dwaine K. Govan

Title: A TALE OF FREEDOM 

Written by: Ricardo J. Andrade and Dwaine K. Govan

Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Biography, History

Type: Short Story

Logline: During the period of slavery, faced with famine, drought, and the threat of death, 45 men, lead by the grandson of a slave revolutionary, partnered with a runaway slave and a Jewish refugee, initiated the largest immigration of colored people to America. Against all odds, they used the slave trade to accomplish this feat but by no means imaginable.

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