I am a professional writer and a filmmaker. Above all, I am a storyteller. Whether I'm writing a World War II drama, a romantic comedy, or a thriller, my goal is to entertain, enlighten and surprise my readers. I write non-fiction, too. I write non-fiction to inspire, inform and help others. I am always learning, always stretching my boundaries creatively, and I consider myself a work in progress. I'm like a three-headed hydra, pulled in three different genres. (I've tried to make myself focus on one genre. But I finally gave up that battle). If you're curious about where my creative endeavors are leading me, Click one of my links below to find out. My articles have been published in national and international newsletters and magazines. My first creative non-fiction book, All I Need To Know In Life I Learned From Romance Novels, received favorable mention in People Magazine, Mode Magazine New York, Milwaukee Sentinel Journal, Library Journal, National Women's Review, and many others. I launched Mi Casa Su Casa Productions in 2007 to participate in the 48 Hour Film Project and make short films. I have produced and written one short film and written and directed three short films and served as a script supervisor on a feature-length horror film.
My debut e-book was published through Smashwords and Amazon in February 2012. My non-fiction grantwriting book for McGraw-Hill, Grant Writing 101, was released in January 2011. My first fiction novel was published in hardcover by Avalon Books in August 2011.
Paul S. Levine
McGraw-Hill, Avalon Books, General Publishing Group
Other than books, I enjoy movies, art, zumba, scrapbooking, all things made by Apple Computer Inc., the Detroit Red Wings and Duke Basketball.
Charity Water, MACSA (Mexican American Community Services Agency), Girl Scouts, Libraries, Asante Africa, and others.
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