Kira, the fearless teenage princess of the mythical kingdom of Latavia, has trained her whole life to rule until her father remarried and a male heir was born. When the new prince is kidnapped, Kira becomes a suspect. Kira and her childhood friend, Henry, must lead a quest through the Forbidden Lands to save her kingdom, prove her loyalty, and discover her heart. They encounter twin trolls that want to eat them, a monstrous mountain that won’t let them pass and a poison snake bridge that threatens their lives. But these dangers are not what they must fear the most. An exciting tale for all ages! Written by Chandra Jerome . Illustrations by Laura Swadell Ailes and Tulaasi Jerome. Based on a screenplay by Sandra Cook Jerome Order Princess Quest on Amazon.
"What a captivating adventure with beautiful illustrations and fantastical creatures! I really appreciated Princess Kira‘s strength and character and her special friendship with Henry. I am eager to follow along on their future quests with my sons! I LOVE the strong female main character! " Amy Delk, professional teacher currently homeschooling her three sons.
“This book hits all the marks of strength, courage, and wonderment; superb story.” - Sally Shelton, School Social Worker
"It was a fun adventure that can be enjoyed by either boys or girls, both have strong positive attributes. It will be fun to follow the characters on their continuing adventures." Gayle Higby, grandmother of three.
Princess Kira and Sir Henry are given the task of mapping the Western border, but when they finally find the west, they are shocked to find out that not only are they lost, but the inhabitants of the north are not Latavians – or even human.
Princess Kira and Sir Henry are sent to Romaland to get a new treaty signed by the provincial government, but when they reach the kingdom, neither are prepared for the odd customs of the Romalanders – especially what they eat.
This year, Princess Kira is in charge of the war games between Latavia and Romaland. When the games go terribly wrong, Kira and Henry must convince both sides that this is not war.
PRINCESS IN LOVE
Princess Kira finds out that she must marry by the time she turns eighteen or give up the throne to her uncle. Henry and Kira have always loved each other, but are they in love? King Stephen’s nephew has another plan for Princess Kira to finally unite the kingdoms.
Kira is finally crowned the ruler of Latavia, but the weight of ruling the kingdom causes Kira to lose her friends, family, and most importantly Sir Henry. It takes the twin trolls to help Kira find a way to rule her kingdom and preserve her heart.
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The Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting program is an international competition open to screenwriters who have not earned more than $5,000 writing for film or television. Entry scripts must be the original work of a sole author or of exactly two collaborative authors. Entries must have been written originally in English. Adaptations and translated scripts are not eligible. Up to five $30,000 fellowships are awarded each year. Two of Sandi Jerome's scripts, LAST HAND and FIRST MAN were select out of a record breaking 6,048 entries to be among the 320 that advance to the next round.
Use of Deadly Force by Sandi Jerome wins WriteMovies.com contest
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Sandi Jerome selected as a semi-finalist in the Chesterfield Project
The Chesterfield Writer’s Film Project (WFP) offers fiction, theater, and film writers the opportunity to begin a career in screenwriting. This year, up to five writers will be chosen to participate, and each will receive a $20,000 stipend to cover his or her living expenses. The WFP writers are chosen by competition, and evaluated on the basis of prose and dramatic writing samples. Selected writers form a screenwriting workshop in Los Angeles, using their storytelling skills to begin a career in film. Each year, a mix of writers--fiction, theater, and film--has been chosen to participate. Each year, some of these writers have been affiliated with university writing programs, and others have been unaffiliated. During the Fellowship year, each writer creates two original, feature-length screenplays. Throughout the program, selected film professionals and Paramount Pictures executives serve as mentors, sharing their opinions and experience with the Fellows. In past years, the group of mentors and guest speakers has included David Koepp (Jurassic Park), Scott Frank (Get Shorty), Pen Densham (Robin Hood: Price of Thieves), Andy Walker (Sleepy Hollow), Tom Schulman (Dead Poets Society), Harold Ramis (Analyze This), Warren Beatty (Reds), Nicholas Kazan (Reversal of Fortune), Buck Henry (The Graduate), Robin Swicord (Little Women), James Toback (Bugsy), and John Briley (Ghandi). At year’s end, WFP writers are introduced to various literary agents and agencies. Each writer has two quality screenplays to use as talent samples in the pursuit of writing assignments within the film industry at large. Upon graduation from the program, many WFP writers have been signed by major literary agencies including the Creative Artists Agency, the William Morris Agency, and the United Talent Agency. WFP writers have been hired for writing assignments and have had scripts acquired by Tom Hanks, Quincy Jones, Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard, Wesley Snipes, and Francis Ford Coppola, as well as various studios and production companies including Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., The Walt Disney Company, Universal Pictures, Sony Pictures, MGM, United Artists, New Line Cinema, American Zoetrope, Imagine Entertainment, and DreamWorks. In the past several years, 15 films by WFP alumni have been produced, including Warner Brothers’ “A Walk To Rmember,” Gramercy’s “The Matchmaker” (starring Janeane Garofalo), TNT’s “Hope” (directed by Goldie Hawn and starring Christine Lahti and J.T. Walsh), Paramount’s “Breakdown” (starring Kurt Russell; uncredited rewrite), Warner Brothers’ “Free Willy 2” (produced by Richard Donner), Universal’s “Julie Johnson” (starring Courtney Love), and Timothy Hutton’s directorial debut “Digging to China” (starring Kevin Bacon and Mary Stuart Masterson). Chesterfield intends to produce the best of each program year’s work. For each screenplay produced, Chesterfield will pay its author no less than the current minimums established by the Writers Guild of America
Tulaasi Jerome did the map for Princess Quest and has an Etsy site and creates Rainbow designs - View her Esty site.
Laura Ailes - is an interior decorator, designer, and did the illustrations for Princess Quest.
Smiling Eagle Press publishes children's book, computer help guides, and books that focus on health and well-being including a vegan lifestyle. We work with two illustrators; Tulaasi Jerome and Laura Ailes. SmilingEagle Press is currently producing the children's book Princess Quest, adapted by Chandra Jerome from the screenplay by Sandra Jerome. Smiling Eagle Prodouctions has designed websites for pequal.com and YogaiTeach.com.