Ernestia Fraser is an author and screenwriter, born and raised in Nassau, Bahamas. She has received a double B.A. in English Writing and Communication Film at Messiah College, and also an M.F.A. in Creative Writing: Screenwriting at Chatham University. In 2011, her thesis screenplay, Inside the Fallen Moon, won 1st prize in the Hollywood Black Film Festival International Storyteller Competition. Shortly after, she attended the Writer’s Institute for Diversity in Los Angeles facilitated by Harrison Reiner, a CBS Television Story Analyst. Fraser has garnered a number of publications, including a national (Bahamian) best-seller, a literary memoir called Carnival of Love: A Tale of Bahamian Family.
In the year 2198, after the majority of humans have migrated to Mars, a remnant of people, still living on Earth, discover the sustainable landscape of Eden, which causes war to ensue among the nations.
Soon after discovering that his wife of ten years is cheating, Vince Stiles decides to take his other half to a Swingers’ Resort in order to create more openness in the marriage and to preserve whatever is left of their pedestrian relationship.
In a very taboo love story, a young Victorian woman uses a magical love potion to help liberate herself from repressed conditions, but she soon becomes the master of another in her very own search for love and freedom.
SAMSON:THE WAR OF LABINOR
Based on the Biblical character, Samson is an action-adventure tale of an Israelite man, who possessing supernatural strength, reluctantly puts aside his sacrilegious lifestyle to help to the tribes of Israel fight against an evil and powerful army of giants.
IVE KNOWN ZOE
A wedding is soon to be ruined when a groomsman falls in love with a wedding guest who has secretly slept with both the bride and groom-to-be.
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