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“To produce a mighty book,

you must choose a mighty theme.”

– Herman Melville


What People are Saying

“Courage, Romance, and Faith!”

Gail’s writing is exquisite and her sweeping story so immersive that readers find time has slipped deliciously away. And isn’t that what all fiction lovers hope for?

5-Star Amazon customer review of:

A Purpose True
by Gail Kittleson

“As Good as I’ve Ever Read.”

There are only a few books I could read over and over again – this is one of them. “

5-Star Amazon customer review of:

Tears of Min Brock
by J.E. Lowder

“Uplifting and Informative.”

A must read for anyone that is, or has experienced, the downhill spiral into Alzheimer’s in their family.

5-Star Amazon customer review of:

An Introspective Journey
by Paula Sarver

“A Story Told with Much Love.”

This is a remarkable story, told well and a thoroughly good read.

5-Star Amazon customer review of:

Sisters of Lazarus
by Paula K. Parker

WordCrafts Theatrical


We Tell Stories


“Theatre doesn’t last.

Only in people’s memories and in their hearts.

That’s the beauty and sadness of it.

But that’s life.

Beauty and Sadness.

And that is why theatre is life.”


What People are Saying

“A Great Adaptation!”

A great adaptation of the book for the stage! If you love the book (and the movie with Emma Thompson) then this script is for you! 

5-Star Amazon customer review of:

Jane Austen’s Sense & Sensibility
by Paula K. Parker

“One of Austen’s Most Delightful Works.”

Those who love Jane Austen, as well as those who simply love laughter, life, and love, will be enchanted by this adaptation of one of Ms. Austen’s most delightful works.

EntertainmentCalendar.com review of:

Jane Austen’s EMMA
by Paula K. Parker

“Great Storytelling Never Grows Old.”

“The real star of this show is the great stories themselves.

5-Star Amazon customer review of:

Mark Twain Presents The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
by Mike Parker

“Very Well Staged.”

Played with verve and enthusiasm by all, this was a colourful, enjoyable production.

Derek Ansell
Newbury Weekly News review of New Era Players production of:

Jane Austen’s Pride & Prejudice
by Paula K. Parker

Rule 14 Pictures


We Tell Stories


“A Film is a Petrified Fountain of Thought.”

– Jean Cocteau

News & Reviews

Saturday Reviewed by MarksGray

Last Friday, I received a surprise in the mail, a hardcover book called Saturday and the Witch Woman written by Tom Ott, my client and friend. Tom is a professor of Caribbean history who has wanted to write about Saturday for many years. Read full review here.

Picture Book Highlights Family Fun

The Fruitee family loves to have fun together. When they have the opportunity to appear as contestants on America's favorite television game show, "Family Fun," they truly discover that the Family that Plays Together... Stays Together! The delightfully whimsical...

In Search of the Beloved Releases

Pulitzer Prize nominee Marian Rizzo is pleased to unveil her sophomore novel, In Search of the Beloved, which released to retail last month from WordCrafts Press. “The 21st chapter of the Gospel of John details a peculiar comment by the resurrected Jesus Christ,”...

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