alix reeves's Writings
Suntan lotion. Coppertone before it had sunscreen in it, when it served no purpose other than to get you brown and smelling good. That’s what his Aunt Silvia’s chest smelled like. It’s where his head was buried while he tried not to cry like a baby. There were many reasons for crying lately, either his mom had left, or his dad had come back. This time Kane cried...
I approached my first novel WHY THINGS BURN by writing the screenplay first. I found the format helpful and it served well as an outline. I entered my first screenplay into several key screenwriting competitions and was happily shocked to discover that it...
alix’s Favorite Books
Timbuktu, by Paul Auster....I'll read anything by P. Auster. A Confederacy of Dunces, by John Kennedy Toole. Anything by Stanley Elkin Anything by Dave Eggars...