Screenplays & NovelsGregory P. Wolk’s novels are descriptive, fast-paced and with unique characters that give you a peek inside their psyches. Wolk can’t promise that you’ll always like what you see inside the minds of the men, women, children and monsters roaming the pages, but he guaranties that you will feel something when you come to understand them. Gregory P. Wolk’s novellas are shorter than the average book, and are ideal for those who enjoy reaching the conclusion, not having forgotten what they read weeks earlier on page one. Most can be finished in one or two sittings. These novellas bring readers deep into Wolk’s imaginative worlds. His fictional novellas include Zombies, Neanderthals, and horrific twists and turns. Wolk’s historical fiction retells stories from an entertaining, historical, and well-researched perspective. Two of Wolk’s novellas, The Givers and Incredibull, are inspirational, touching tales. Wolk intersperses humor into every story. His work does not fit snugly into identifiable genres, because Wolk believes that this is how life is; drama, comedy and horror sometimes come at once. Our lives don’t have easily-discernible chapter breaks. Surprisingly, anyone may buy Wolk’s works for less than two dollars; he prices them at just one cent per page.
Enjoy all of Gregory P. Wolk’s titles:
A Suspenseful, Sociological Thriller
When crime drives Brooklynites into a newly-constructed ‘safe haven’ high-rise called The Refuge, the manipulating doorman sows hatred between ethnic groups, but a young Arab man and Jewish woman who’ve just fallen in love discover his plot and struggle to stop the deadly war among residents so they can focus on stopping the evil doorman.
Horror & Sci-Fi
The very jaws of Hell have opened to consume Seth, his family and the world in a relentless Zombie Apocalypse of Biblical proportions. A ‘calling’, not unlike that of Christ’s Messianic role to save and protect, falls upon the young man, who will battle the odds to preserve his family from a tragic fate. Follow the adventure as heroes and villains wind their way through an intricate plot of twists and missteps, drawing the reader deeper into the recesses of a truly deplorable, living nightmare. Join countless others who have embraced a genre that is sweeping the world and will ultimately, consume even you…
A young father’s search for his missing daughter leads him on a hellish journey to the heart of Satanism. Tragically, the initial basis for Hell’s Playground is the horrifying action of real-life satanic cults, including child abductions and sacrificial offerings. After generations of the cult whetting Satan’s appetite with evil, Satan wants more and comes for it. While most playgrounds are fun, this one is a living Hell.
Neanderthal Zombie Fun
Believing a semester in Spain would help her and her two children heal after a messy divorce, a sexy, American anthropologist instead enters ground zero of a Zombie uprising brewing since the dawn of mankind where she must battle to save the students and her children from Neanderthal Zombies. Dead Bloodline explores the mysterious disappearance of the bloodline of the Neanderthals, with an original and epic twist on the Zombie genre. Payback is always a bitch, but after 25,000 years, prehistoric payback is really a bitch.
Death Of A Role Model
A Story About The Life of A Young Girl Who Idolizes The Late Princess Diana and Mother Teresa
In 1997, a beautiful, yet lost, girl on the cusp of adulthood juggles pressure from her boyfriend, family and society to understand who best to model her life after, opting for guidance from the world’s two most famous women, Lady Diana and Mother Teresa, who died within six days of one another that same year.
The Pressure Cooker
A Dramatic Retelling of The Boston Marathon Bombing
Two boys and their parents flee Russian oppression and bombings in Chechnya to begin a new life in the United States, where they find freedom and peace and can take advantage of countless opportunities. The Pressure Cooker is a 21st-century version of the story of immigrants who, arriving on boats, are exhilarated when they pass Lady Liberty in New York harbor: this family, too, will work to attain its American Dream. Ten years later, on April 15, 2013, the brothers detonate two bombs at the Boston Marathon, killing and maiming hundreds of innocent people. Inspired by actual events, this heartbreaking docu-drama provides possible clues as to why once-hopeful children can turn into terrorists. Asking why is difficult and frightening, but necessary, especially at a time when million of others hope to follow in the footsteps of the Boston bombers.
A Feel-Good Story about Runaway teens, Ex-Military Veterans and a Shelter for Dogs
In Manhattan’s wealthy Tribeca neighborhood stands a dilapidated shelter whose occupants: abandoned dogs, homeless teens and military veterans, are sad reminders of our throwaway society. The shelter’s injured souls struggle to justify their existence, not only to the trendy residents, but to themselves. The Givers is a hopeful story of how even hardened people, when given a gentle nudge, may surprise us with their inherent sense of humanity. There are givers and takers in this world. Most people hunger to give, but don’t know how until they are shown the way.