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By: Nathaniel Redcliffe

Greener Grass

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What makes people do the things they do? Is it their upbringing? Is it their environment? Their role models? Perhaps it is their friends and support circle. Or is it their previous actions changing their cognitive patterns?

There are many factors that influence people. For Joe Smith and Daniel Suddlemire, it could be a mixture of all these components. Despite having two different upbringings and personalities, they’ve formed an unlikely friendship. A friendship that blossomed since childhood. However, after witnessing a traumatic and life-altering incident, a series of events occur. Events that will chip away at their friendship, leaving nothing but hate and broken promises in its wake.

As Joe and Dan slowly drift apart; they both form new social circles. One in a gang and one in the arms of the loving Nicki Yakes.

One factor remains the same – Desby, a failing seaside town, run by the controlling drug lord Victor Romeo. Through the help of psychologist Gareth Hall, a troubled Dan gets the chance to leave Desby forever. But, will he take his oldest friend or Nicki?

Should Nicki go with Dan? She has troubles of her own, a haunting past which will not only halt Dan’s plans to escape his environment but threaten the lives of everyone around him.

Nathaniel Redcliffe, 28, was born and raised in the mining town of Doncaster. Son of Alison and Paul. Currently working for the National Health Service. He did not pursue further education after leaving secondary school, so his writing technique was self-taught (that is why there were so many mistakes at first). He had written a few screenplays, one of which received an honourable mention at one 2014 writing festival – and another screenplay entered the semi-finals at another. His first breakthrough was getting a short story published on T.R.O.U Lit Magazine, entitled: The Lonely Wooden Lighthouse.

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