I graduated from USC's Undergraduate Professional Writers Program and while there, I won the Edward W. Moses Prize for Excellence in Fiction Writing, the program’s highest honor. In 2009 my screenplay BORDERLAND won the Grand Prize in Final Draft’s Big Break Screenplay Contest. I was also the only writer in the contest's then ten-year history to have two scripts in the Top Ten (my sci-fi script MINUS MEN being the second script).
During a Reckoning, families of capital murder victims are granted the right to have the guilty delivered to their home, where they can legally do what they will with them – including execute or let them go – over a twenty-four hour period. One family’s Reckoning spirals out of control when members begin to doubt their prisoner actually murdered their loved one.
An undercover cop who wakes from a coma has three very different memories of a robbery gone terribly wrong — one where he’s a hero, one where he’s a coward, and one where he’s a psychopath.