A Corner of Reality
All Lucy wanted was to hit the reset button. When her ex turns psycho and McDreamy wants her heart for real, she’s got more of a mess than she left behind.
When Lucy McAllen walked in on her boyfriend frenching her bestie, she dumped them both and traveled to New York to start fresh. At a Christian university upstate Lucy befriends her feisty roommate, who makes casual dating sound like the new iPad. Lucy vows not to date for the entire freshman year—until she meets Bryan Cooper. He whisks her on a date to New York City. Now she wonders if McDreamy is a reality.
Then the dreaded ex-boyfriend shows up and tries to kidnap Lucy. Bryan comes to her rescue, thanks to a well-timed text message. Her ex is arrested and Lucy is thrown into an emotional tug-of-war that threatens to keep her in bondage to bitterness and past hurts. Lucy must find a way to forgive her ex, or let fear come between her and the charming guy who’s right in front of her.
Award Winning Essay
Cinematic Theology and The Matrix
Written for the INRB (Intercollegiate National Religious Broadcasters) essay contest, “Cinematic Theology and ‘The Matrix’” is a 10,000 word essay focusing on how The Matrix film trilogy pulls theology from several different religions. This theology is then contrasted with the Judeo-Christian worldview for an informative and sometimes humorous perspective on religion and current issues.
One Act Play
Nothing To Do With You
Even though Julia just broke up with her boyfriend, she is still forced to play opposite him in their school’s production of William Shakespeare’sRomeo & Juliet. This play within the play develops tension between Julia and her ex, while Julia’s friendship with another actor, Ray starts to progress.
Ray is a preacher’s kid who’s faith astounds Julia, especially when it holds up to a life- shattering test. Will Julia let her old life get in the way of finding faith for herself? This funny, but riveting play will have you guessing until the end.
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