Lee writes full time in ALL GENRES but has a background in traditional Westerns. SHADOW ON THE MESA, based on Lee's script, has been produced by Larry Levinson. SHADOW ON THE MESA stars Kevin Sorbo, Gail O'Grady, Wes Brown, Meredith Baxter and Barry Corbin, and premiered on the Hallmark Movie Channel March 23, 2013 with 2nd highest ratings.
Official HALLMARK PRESS RELEASE 3/25/13:
"Hallmark Movie Channel's 2013 ratings momentum continues, with the Saturday, March 23 premiere of SHADOW ON THE MESA garnering a 1.1 household rating with nearly 1.1 million unduplicated viewers. The fourth movie in the network's expanded slate of 10 original movies for 2013, "Shadow on the Mesa" replaces "Our Wild Hearts" as the 2nd highest rated and 2nd most watched original movie in network history among households and total viewers."
The movie also won the prestigious WRANGLER AWARD given by the NATIONAL COWBOY & WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM in Oklahoma City for the best television Western movie.
SHADOW ON THE MESA will be released on DVD December 17, 2013 and advance sales at many websites such as AMAZON are already impressive. It should be noted that the DVD has no music interference with voices as had been experienced by certain television broadcast stations.
The unpublished novel on which Lee based the screenplay is slated to be published by FIVE STAR PUBLICATIONS. Information on where to purchase the hardcover novel will be entered later. It will later be printed in paperback and will also be an E Book.
Lee concentrates on original screenplays, but Lee's publishing credits include 17 Western novels (5 on audio) and 42 short stories in various genre. Lee has one novel Valley of the Lawless now on E Book with www.Lachesispublishing.com. Lee has written many other screenplays in a variety of genre, including action/adventure, romantic comedy, family, fantasy, and Westerns/Historicals. Lee's available scripts are on InkTip.com where industry professionals can view them for free and without contact by writers. Lee is a long time member of Western Writers of America.
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