Commander Rochelle “Rocky the Flying Squirrel” Wisoff- Landing Fields will be your pilot for the trip. Check out her flight plan on the Friday Fictioneers blog.
The picture is hers, too. Coffee, tea or milk?
In the TV and movie business, the presentation of ideas, commonly called “pitching,” can be tedious to both parties. It’s tedious to the writer, who has to invent the ideas and to the TV or movie producer, who has to see if they have potential or not to be presented to the public in final form.
For instance …
“Your attention, please, folks. The good news is we’re not going to Cuba. The bad news is, you’re still being hijacked.” Dan Cooper brandished his gun, bailed out over Tacoma with twenty-thousand dollars and was never seen again.
“So, what do you think, Marv?”
“I have enough ‘D.B. Cooper stories’ sent to me. All tripe. They never set me to dancin’. Period. What else ya got?”
“This one …?”
Navigator Fred Noonan and Pilot Amelia Earhart boarded their plane not knowing their flight would be famous … and their love affair an eternal secret.
“I need a drink!”