Bonita Saint was a 36 month sensation in the 1990’s highly competitive world of adult modeling. Her whirlwind career included iconic Penthouse photo spreads, and the cover of Larry Flint’s Hustler Magazine.
Posts Categorized: Film
I.D.’s excellent series, SCORNED: Love Kills, features an exceptionally accurate adaptation of the strange case of Rhonda Glover, the beautiful but deranged woman whose picture adornes the cover of my best-selling true crime book, FATAL BEAUTY.
"KING CITY began as a TV series pitch that I took all over Hollywood four or five years ago," writes my nephew, Lee Goldberg, best-selling author of the MONK books, among others. "It generated some interest but ultimately didn't lead to anything. So I put it in a drawer and moved on." Now, years later,… Read more »
This is how old folks such as I amuse themselves…. The gang from Outlaw Radio with James Kotak and Stephani Smith None of us were arrested, honest Notice Matt Alan's head is, for the first time, leaning LEFT.
No, I didn't win a Scribe Award this year. I had no submissions. so that greatly reduced by odds of winning anything. Scribe Awards are given by the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers..what that means is that we write books/games/movies that are "tied in" to existing ..uh…well…here is an example: STAR TREK was a… Read more »
All authors love praise, and I am certainly no exception. We are also a sensitive bunch, and I recall every negative review as if it were a puncture wound to my heart with a serated steak knife. Here is an excerpt from a positive review by Carl Brookings of my book HEADLOCK in which… Read more »
The Official Saint Web Site confirms that James Purefoy is set to play Simon Templar, alias The Saint, in a two hour TV movie/ pilot episode shooting early July in New Orleans. The newest version of The Saint, the Robin Hood of Modern Crime created by author Leslie Charteris, is being produced by Cajun Pictures,… Read more »
It's been non-stop SAINT the past few weeks as we work on the screenplay for the new two hour TV-Movie THE SAINT IN NEW ORLEANS. We keep revising, re-writing, answering network notes, etc. It keeps getting better, and there ARE some very funny lines and some hot-hot action! I thought we had nailed it good… Read more »
My original Saint novel, CAPTURE THE SAINT, is the only Saint novel in which the copyright rests with someone other than Leslie Charteris. That honor belongs to me. For that reason, television and movie producers often contact me about acquiring the rights to this singular adventure — and then send a contract proposal that, in the… Read more »