Source: provided by author for review
How many people do you know that make jokes about their GPS device or even talk to it?
Nearly everyone, right?
GPS devices know where you are and how fast you are driving. Who says that, in the near future, they won't be able to know you look at and what you say.
These thoughts form the basis of my new release, GPS WITH BENEFITS, in which a womanizer test drives a new GPS device with a mind of 'her' own... a jealous and controlling mind, that it...
"The inspiration for GPS WITH BENEFITS came to me when I was in the car with a friend," Vanessa says. "We made jokes about the GPS device and imagined what it would be like if the GPS was actually aware of what the driver was thinking. I immediately knew that these ideas could be turned into a hilarious story."
I won't reveal more, but GPS WITH BENEFITS has some twists and turns that you won't see coming and that will have you laughing out loud.
I like the concept of this script ..what would a global position system (GPS) do if it can express itself? Well, you'll find out a scenario through Theo's experience. See, fifty year old, balding Theo likes women. He's the type of man whose head will turn when a pretty woman passes by, even while driving. So it was a no-brainer that he picked a sexy woman GPS to test out over a Godzilla or puppy GPS. He was in for a surprise of course because sexy woman GPS had no qualms about getting cartoon-physical on him. You know, like a large boxing glove will come out of her to strike Theo to his senses. She does more and that's where things got too much for me.
This had raw humor that just wasn't to my taste. In spite of that, a big congratulations to Ms. Morgan on having this screenplay being adapted into a movie! That's pretty big!
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Vanessa Morgan is known as the 'female version of Stephen King'. Her screenplays, A GOOD MAN and GPS WITH BENEFITS, are currently being turned into movies. She is also the author of the books DROWNED SORROW and THE STRANGERS OUTSIDE. If she's not working on her latest supernatural thriller, you can find her reading, watching horror movies, blogging, digging through flea markets or indulging in her unhealthy obsession to her cat. She writes in English, Dutch and French.