The current project I am working on is a story called RUN. When I pitch the idea to people they frequently say, "Oh, so it is a survival story!?"
I hate this classification. But this is not their fault. Their failure in grasping the theme is my failure in pitching the story accurately. So for the record let me state: THIS IS NOT A SURVIVAL STORY. Survival stories are a dime-a-dozen. To me surviving is not half as interesting as dying well.
RUN is going to be about letting go more than overcoming. The inspiration for this story comes from a personal friend who was plagued by mental illness his whole life and eventually succumbed to the side-effects.
To RUN is not as important as the time and manner that you STOP RUNNING. And with that I will not spoil the story any further. For those of you that read this blog click on the banner below and enjoy the progression of the story RUN.