Screenplays. I write ’em.

Here are some of my most current log lines.

If you’re a professional producer or agent who  likes what you see and wants to read more, email me @ monice@flowergirlproductions.com. I’ll be more than happy to oblige. 🙂


GOOD MORNING, LAZARUS: Two men – a husband mourning his murdered wife and the cop who killed her – work together to expose a conspiracy to cover up her wrongful death.

MERRY MERRY – Novel Adaptation of “Address: House of Corrections”: A teen girl damaged by the trauma of being raped as a child loses control of her life, then finds the strength to persevere and reconcile with the daughter she deserted and the mother who abandoned her.

BLUES AWAY – Treatment:  In 1977 New York, a lonely singer on the verge of superstardom and a young woman bound to an arranged marriage find soul mates in each other the night before her wedding.


SACKED: A modern update of #LoveAndBasketball meets #YouveGotMail, #SACKED is a sports romantic comedy about Briana, a young woman determined to get recognition for grandfather as the unofficial “colored” quarterback for her hometown Chicago team in the 1950s. But she gets distracted when she creates a crowd-funding campaign to buy out the team’s struggling quarterback’s contract while they fall for each other’s secret identities online.

NOT REAL LEE:  A selfish imaginary friend loses his job and learns the true meaning of friendship after suffering an identity crisis.


GROWING UP NIKKI – Half-Hour Coming-of-Age Pilot adapted from my essay, “Sorry I can’t Come Out and Play. My Mother Is Dying: Set in 1980s Detroit, GROWING UP NIKKI follows head-strong 11-year- old, NIKKl, as her divorced mom, CHARLENE – who she doesn’t know is battling cancer – teaches her the lessons she needs to grow up and become a woman after she’s gone.

13TH GRADE – Half-Hour Comedy Pilot: After getting suspended for her suspected involvement in a student cheating scandal, a privileged Ivy League professor is banished to teach at a Los Angeles community college to earn back the right to teach at her former university.