Unconditionally

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This is a 26 thousand word novella.Unconditionally is an award winning screenplay adapted into novella form. It was published previously as a screenplay by Donna Caubarreaux. -----“Wow!” – Lew Hunter, author of Screenwriting 434-----“Lew Hunter said it first and best: Wow. Unconditionally is 93 pages (in screenplay format) of emotion driven by dialogue, the story of a family confronted with the betrayal of trust and how their lives are transformed because of it. An unconscious recognition of the spiritual further propels the actions and more than one family feels its impact. A moving word-picture of hurt and hope, it’s gritty, intuitive and sensitive, and well worth the read.” Rosalyn G. B. Villard’s review on the screenplay.-----Description: Shouldn’t love be unconditional? Your parents, your spouse, your children, your closest friends? Can we count on them loving us as we love them? Sometimes not and what happens when you discover unconditional love for the first time?A drama following one woman’s journey to discover if she can accept being loved, with and without conditions.-----“What a wonderful read. I didn’t want it to end.” Liz Lipperman-----"I throughly enjoyed it!! I couldn't put it down! I found myself to be deeply engrossed in the story. Such tenderness between friends touched my heart. In some areas, I could totally relate to Caroline. I recommend this to anyone!" Zannemarie-----

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Expired Deals Unconditionally This is a 26 thousand word novella.Unconditionally is an award winning screenplay adapted into novella form. It was published previously as a screenplay by Donna Caubarreaux. -----“Wow!” – Lew Hunter, author of Screenwriting 434-----“Lew Hunter said it first and best: Wow. Unconditionally is 93 pages (in screenplay format) of emotion driven by dialogue, the story of a family confronted with the betrayal of trust and how their lives are transformed because of it. An unconscious recognition of the spiritual further propels the actions and more than one family feels its impact. A moving word-picture of hurt and hope, it’s gritty, intuitive and sensitive, and well worth the read.” Rosalyn G. B. Villard’s review on the screenplay.-----Description: Shouldn’t love be unconditional? Your parents, your spouse, your children, your closest friends? Can we count on them loving us as we love them? Sometimes not and what happens when you discover unconditional love for the first time?A drama following one woman’s journey to discover if she can accept being loved, with and without conditions.-----“What a wonderful read. I didn’t want it to end.” Liz Lipperman-----"I throughly enjoyed it!! I couldn't put it down! I found myself to be deeply engrossed in the story. Such tenderness between friends touched my heart. In some areas, I could totally relate to Caroline. I recommend this to anyone!" Zannemarie----- http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41E8CpJQgvL._SL160_.jpg
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