Deadline: a word that originated in the American Civil War, where a prisoner would be shot if they crossed a line around the prison or prison camp.

I’d better get to work, but I thought I’d take a minute to update you on some theatrical happenings . . . maybe.

Good news! Have heard that “The Note” should begin filming this fall. For more information (and to see a short film featuring Lisa Anderson, who is to star in the movie), visit

Good news! UNCHARTED is being optioned by Namesake Entertainment, the same company that produced “The Visitation” and is filming “House.” More news to come as it trickles in.

Good news! Work is proceeding on my novelization of THE NATIVITY STORY, which opens in December. The book will be available in early November, which reminds me of that deadline . . . back to work!

~~Angie, who should hand in THE NATIVITY STORY today! Five days EARLY! Whoo-hoo!

P.S. I finally got around to watching THE END OF THE SPEAR on Wednesday night. Oh, my. I’m actually glad I didn’t make it to the theater, because I bawled like a baby. It’s so moving, so powerful, and so true. You have to rent that movie!


  1. lisa

    This is so cool, Angie! Congrats!

  2. Ruth

    Thanks for all of the updates! How exciting!

  3. Suzanne

    Wow! You deserve some applause! Congrats!

    Now…get back to work and pump out some more books for me to read! 🙂

  4. Amy


    Since you came and spoke at our women’s conference in April, I have read every one of your books that our local library has. I have loved them all! You truly have a great gift, and like others said, keep up the writing!

    Congratulations on all of the cool stuff going on, and greetings from Lynchburg!

  5. Susan

    Where can you get The End Of The Spear?

  6. Angela

    Susan–you should be able to rent it from Blockbuster or any store. Maybe even find it for sale. I rented my copy from Netflix.


  7. Leslie

    I can’t wait for the Note. I hope that you’ll still have some creative input in the screenplay!

    (I too loved End of the Spear).

  8. Linda G

    Good for you Angie!

    I just finished “Uncharted” this morning, and I can totally see it as a movie.

    Can we say we knew you when
    you were “just” an author when you become famous for your movies?


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