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Paradise Valley author signs movie deal

Posted 4/22/22

Paradise Valley author Laurie Lisa has signed with Allen Redwing, director at Boston-based Mtown Films, to manage the TV production of two of her books, “The Wine Club” and “Hollister McClane.”

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Paradise Valley author signs movie deal

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Paradise Valley author Laurie Lisa has signed with Allen Redwing, director at Boston-based Mtown Films, to manage the TV production of two of her books, “The Wine Club” and “Hollister McClane.”

Redwing, an award-winning director and founder of AI-powered story adaptation and production company Bookscribs.com first contacted Lisa after determining that “The Wine Club” was perfect for adaptation as a TV streaming series.

“The Wine Club” is Laurie’s first published novel and tells the story of several Scottsdale moms that are hard-pressed for money and dealing with the dysfunctions of domesticity and teenage daughters. The women try solving their problems with a trendy wine club that transforms into a sophisticated high-stakes community con. Since its release in 2020, the provocative and socially-relevant crime story has remained a top seller in its categories on Amazon.

“Hollister McClane” is Lisa’s most recent published novel and is a lighthearted picaresque story, mixing crime adventure with good old-fashioned Southern charm.
Redwing is working now to complete the pitch package for “The Wine Club,” attach artists to the lead and supporting characters, and market the production to relevant Hollywood studios.

Lisa’s books are published by Scottsdale-based Homeless Media Co., and are available in all formats at most retailers, including Amazon.

For more information, visit LaurieLisa.com or aredwing@bookscribs.com.

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