When a Dallas housewife levels up her direct sales business to get ahead in the suburbs of the seventies, she falls prey to an upline support who focuses less on goods and more on services.
Project Type:Television Script
Number of Pages:69
Country of Origin:United States
L. A. Hunt is passionate about lots of things. Her latest online search obsessions include books, coffee, zombies, outdoor living spaces, wireless bras, lip balm, zodiac signs as boba drinks, best wine patios, screenwriting hacks, doomsday prepping, urban gardening, Tokyo Owl Café and Texas BBQ.
Her protagonists are almost always women, on the verge of all that life has to offer—the love, the loss, the conflict, and the heartbreak—all part and parcel of coming of age, at any age.
She is an educator with twenty years of experience teaching high school English, four of those as a high school Assistant Principal. Along with an MA in Educational Leadership, she has completed her MFA in Creative Writing at the UCR Palm Desert Low Residency Program where her main genre was fiction and her cross-genre was screenwriting. She served as the Fiction Editor for the 2021 Winter Issue of The Coachella Review, the university’s literary magazine. Her nonfiction has been published by GXRL and Ink & Paper Love. Her book reviews have been published by The Coachella Review.