Shorts about the funny, petty, absurd stuff in life; Hollywood, San Francisco, the Obama election, Rock Stars on the hunt, Men on the hunt, Employers on the hunt, Single Girls who don't like the hunt but will adapt in order to survive . . . and some thought provoking, sappy, sentimental stuff too. I'm coming into a dream career very late - I didn't even think of trying it until I was 32 years old. I am 11 years in w and everyday is a struggle and adventure, even when I don't leave my apartment. Can I call it a career if it doesn't yet support me? You bet your ass. I hope you find a connection, a kinship, a giggle for what we all go through, life. Or maybe some understanding for the sister, daughter, brother, son, parent, niece, nephew, cousin or best friend who seems to have gone off the deep end to pursue a ridiculous life. My family did, and still do. Thank God. Thanks Family! I can speak for most dreamers when I say that we love living it because we cant seem to live anything else (blunders, battles, broken hearts and all). I really hope you enjoy reading about it. If t, please be kind. Best, R. Roberts
About the Author Rebecca Roberts is a writer / director / producer / actor living in Los Angeles with four million other writer / director / producer / actors, one old cat who has literally grown up with her and they've both learned many of the same life lessons, like don't get used to sleeping on a man's chest. She has also found some of the best friends she's ever known, while in Los Angeles. For the good stuff in life, the town has been a success. She has written, directed and produced two of her own short films, the second of which, Maintenance, won the Best Comedy Short at the 2011 New York International Film Festival. She has also produced and written for the spoof web series Keeping Up with the Kartrashians, which has won numerous awards since its airing in 2011 and has over 1 million views between a number of websites such as Funny Or Die, YouTube, KoldCast, Blip and more. Rebecca also runs a small production company in Los Angeles, End Scene Productions, endsceneprod.com. She's currently in talks with a larger production company to produce a reality she wrote that would help unemployed veterans and the foreclosure crisis at once. It's still not over and she urges you to look at recent statistics, also help out or just kiss a Vet next time you see one. Rebecca is also always looking for and finding material for new short stories, her favorite genre to write. When not doing the things she hopes will pay the rent one day, she likes to make tiny furniture out of champagne corks and their wire cages. Magnets out of anything. Anything out of Legos. Doing hot yoga, but not Bikram. Organizing anything. And working on whatever is next in life. She finds that writing in the third person is, also, ridiculous.