E.R. Womelsduff

E.R. WOMELSDUFF

screenwriter

(not a scuba diver)

For “Privy League,” a sitcom pilot

For “Privy League,” a sitcom pilot

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E.R. Womelsduff

is a published YA novelist, a screenwriter, and an Austin Film Festival semi-finalist. Her debut novel, Velvet, published by SwoonReads, an imprint of Macmillan, is available for optioning.

She just completed the screenplay for Sacrifices to the Flower Gods, a coming-of-age dramedy set in the early 2000s. It has complicated female friendships, flip phone nostalgia, and beautifully awkward kissing. Check it out below.

 SACRIFICES TO THE FLOWER GODS

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Sacrifices to the Flower Gods

 
 

Feature Screenplay

 

Three girls vow to make out with high school boys before the end of 8th grade, but their plan goes humorously and dangerously awry.

Coming-of-Age Dramedy

 

Eighth Grade

-meets-

Little Miss Sunshine

‘If we don't, we're gonna look like kids. Like, like kids, y'know? Like wrinkly nuns. Permanent virgins. Perm-virgs. Vagina ghosts. “

”Dude.”

 
 

THE SOUND

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The Sound

 
 

1-hour pilot

 

Supernatural drama

 

Vampire diaries

-meets-

The Little Mermaid

When an art student discovers a naked girl washed up on the shore below his house, his little sister believes the stranger is a mermaid. Unfortunately for them, she's right.

“Aea’s my nanny now.”

“Aea’s pretending to be your nanny.”

“Why can’t she really be my nanny?”

“Because we found her on a beach.”

 

 AFTER NEVERLAND

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After Neverland

 
 

Feature screenplay

 

HISTORICAL FANTASY

 

Pirates of the caribbean

-meets-

Finding neverland

When her husband is assassinated and she’s framed as a traitor at the height of WWI, Wendy Darling must recruit a villain from her past to help clear her name, punish the real spies, and prevent a German naval attack against the British that could change the course of history.

“Well now, if it isn’t Red-Handed Jill. You almost became a pirate.”

”I was a child. I almost became a lot of things.”

 

THE VELVET TRILOGY

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The Velvet Trilogy

YA paranormal romance

Novel trilogy

 
 

Temple West at the Summer of Swoon national book tour.

CAITLIN IS YOUR TYPICAL ORPHAN:

pissed off and grieving. After her mother dies of bone cancer, Caitlin is uprooted to Stony Creek, a pitiful excuse for a town in the rural mountains of upstate New York. Stuck living on her aunt and uncle's struggling horse ranch, she plans to skate by under the radar until she graduates high school.  Then it’s on to New York to wrangle a scholarship at The Fashion Institute so she can finally become a designer.

But shortly after arriving in Stony Creek, a freak storm sets Caitlin on a dangerous path: right in the middle of vampires, demons, teenagers, and age-old secrets. The only person she can trust? Adrian, the vampire who protected her during the storm. Ordered by his superiors to guard Caitlin against a prophetic threat, Adrian must pretend to date her in order to disguise his status as her personal bodyguard. But in a small town, it's not long before some secrets get real big. 

“By the suits and ties of Tim Gunn I swear I will hunt you down and eat you for breakfast.”

Above me, the flock of birds took off in a riot of indignant squawks while I sat horrified and covered in bird shit.

 
 

ABOUT

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Screenwriter

E.R. Womelsduff is a screenwriter and novelist. She currently lives in Seattle, WA.

Genres:

Drama, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Paranormal

format:

Pilots, Features, Novels

 
 
 

E.R. WOMELSDUFF

“Emily is a naturally gifted writer who effortlessly combines enormous creativity with an innate sense of story. Her works are compelling, unique, and relevant. She is also one of the most collaborative artists I have ever known. I have seen her take notes from producers on scripts that were probably ready to shoot, and do page one rewrites just to make sure she got it right.

In short, Emily Womelsduff is a rare find. She consistently and diligently combines prodigy-level giftedness with integrity, professionalism, and an incredible work ethic. You simply can’t go wrong if you choose to work with her.”

— Lonnie Urven, director


Womelsduff also writes screenplays with M.C. Smith at Psychic Moose and YA novels under the name Temple West.

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