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Ron Shears

He was born in 1935 in Kent, England grew up in Bomb Alley during WW2. He served a 5-year apprenticeship as a Compositor Typographer. Met Patricia, an Art Student at age 17, married in 1957. They have a daughter, two son's eight grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

He left a print after 11 years to start a roof tiling and slating business, eventually employing 52 trade's men. Nine years later, lost a fortune to bad debts when oil price increased 400% in four days. Builders large and small went broke, taking him with them. Some years later, he migrated to Australia. Broke, did building site laboring work to support the family., started writing to keep sane, never showed anyone for about 20 years - fear of failure. A sad mistake, finally, he did many favorable comments spurred him on. With heaps of concepts in progress, he needed help, Aimee Lamb came on board to co-write the screenplays, and it continues.

 Age 54, 60-80% invalid diagnosed with chronic Asthma, son suggested Tae Kwon Do - he thought it a Chinese take-w-way he'd not heard of. At 57, he did, nearly killed him, Asthma gone. Recommends asthmatics make their lungs earn their keep. He graded for 1st Dan Black Belt at 61.

He trains and teaches Tae Kwon Do in Australia, a 4th Dan Master, and 4th Dan in MMA.

Enjoys making furniture, writes screenplays and stories daily for many hours. One feature screenplay; Where the Devil says Goodnight nominated for US Heritage and cultural award. Placed 10th in US competition 2,100 entries. Contracts signed to shoot then plug pulled at the last minute—top English actress in the lead role.

Five books completed, deleted them from Amazon. Had an agent, she closed her company after a few years.

Passionate about our planet, it's wildlife from small insects to the Blue Whale. Believes we should delete the word 'Retirement' from all languages.

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Scripts By Ron

Where the Devil says Goodnight
This was back door survival in the harshest environment on earth. ‘The gates of hell.’ Camp Yaya. A female Gulag 442 miles below the Arctic Circle. Life behind barbed wire
Feature History For sale 100pp
3 readers love this script
Where the Devil says Goodnight
Young and Polish by marriage, this Lithuanian heiress, is studying agriculture and forestry in Warsaw. Then WWII breaks. For Beata Karp, the real hell and survival began, behind a Siberian Gulag barb wire fence.
Feature History For sale 97pp
1 reader loves this script
Saddle the Wind
For over four hundred years, the spooky storm of October 21, 1638, held a dark secret. From across the mists, the faint hoofbeats of a phantom horse and rider return to right an ancient wrong.
Feature Family For sale 97pp
Been a Nice Year for Roses
He’s a Forensic Scientists with knowledge. But does he have the nerve?
Short Comedy For sale 20pp
Penalty
Inspired by their elderly referee, a group of African children with all the odds against them master the game of football and find unity as a team.
Short Drama, Sport, Thriller, War For sale 6pp
The Legend & Adventures of Tae & Kwon
Princess Tae and Prince Kwon must get the writings and drawings of the ancient scribes of martial art origins into the safe hands of the 20th century.
Feature Animation For sale 100pp
Cyanide in my Shoe
A 'secret army' of 60 ladies in extraordinary, terrifying situations from many backgrounds and nationalities, and one is just 19, some middle-aged with families. The greater the danger inspires them even more. One was different.
Short History For sale 11pp