M Pepper Langlinais is an award-winning screenwriter whose short script St. Peter in Chains won Table Read My Screenplay in 2013. Her play “Warm Bodies” has been produced both on stage and as the short film Adverse Possession by Lavender/Hassan Productions, and her Sherlock Holmes stories have been bestsellers on Amazon.
M earned an undergraduate degree in Radio-Television-Film from the University of Texas at Austin, with an emphasis on critical media studies and screenwriting, and a Master of Arts in Writing, Literature and Publishing from Emerson College. M was also a participant in the Shakespeare at Winedale program. She has worked on film sets and for major publishing houses. She now devotes her full time to writing.
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About the Sherlock Holmes Stories
M grew up with a great love for Sherlock Holmes. In 1999 she wrote “The Mystery of the Last Line” as a sample for her admissions packet to Emerson College. Years later she stumbled across the story again and decided to self-publish it, if only to see if anyone else might enjoy it. They did (mostly), and this encouraged her to write two more Sherlock Holmes stories. Her Holmes stories are meant to be in the tone of Doyle’s originals.
About Peter Stoller
The Peter Stoller series originated as three separate novellas: “St. Peter in Chains,” “St. Peter at the Gate,” “St. Peter Ascends.” These were then collected into one volume titled The Fall and Rise of Peter Stoller, which was published by Tirgearr in January 2016. The rights have since returned to the author, and she hopes to republish soon.
M originally began the story as another Sherlock Holmes story but quickly realized it was something else entirely. Fans of John Le Carré and Graham Greene would be likely to enjoy Peter.
Changers is a young adult fantasy trilogy published by Evernight Teen. Currently only the first book, Manifesting Destiny is available. The planned remaining titles are The Great Divide and A More Perfect Union.
About The K-Pro
The K-Pro is [very] loosely based on M’s own on-set experiences. She made up the idea of a K-Pro, creating a kind of contemporary fairy godperson. The sequel, Ms. Fortune, is expected to be released in 2019.