Screen Play by Chris Coppernoll

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Sometimes the person farthest away from you

is the one who’s closest to your heart. 

Author Chris Coppernoll explores Broadway, Hollywood, love and online dating in his latest novel, Screen Play 

Your browser may not support display of this image. Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX—Screen Play (David C. Cook 2010), the third novel from author Chris Coppernoll is an inspiring story of friendship and faith set amidst the complexities of Hollywood and cleverly combined with an uplifting love story reminiscent of Sleepless in Seattle.  

At thirty, Harper fears her chances for a thriving acting career and finding true love are both fading fast. After a devastating year of unemployment and isolation in Chicago, Harper is offered an unexpected role in a Broadway play—as understudy to New York’s biggest diva––and everything in Harper’s world changes.  

Harper also hopes to find love in NYC, but when it doesn’t happen, she reluctantly signs up to an online matchmaking site. Frustration mounts when the only match Harper is even remotely interested in lives in a remote territory on the opposite coast, thousands of miles away. A faith conversation during her year in Chicago shapes how Harper sees everything. She wants to see God at work in her life, but His ways are mysterious, and she’s faced with challenges in the secular world of Broadway. Harper feels like an actress who doesn’t act and a woman in love with someone she’s never even seen, but God’s about to change all that.   

Linked through the contemporary, text message world of internet dating, Harper learns it’s possible to care for someone outside her own universe, even when that someone can’t be touched, and ultimately how to love. She reaches out through the impersonal world of cyberspace and becomes more aware than ever of God reaching out to her. Sometimes the person farthest away from you, she discovers, is the one who’s closest to your heart.   

Screen Play is a story about believing that God can do great things, even when we’re at our weakest,” say Coppernoll. “I hope readers will be swept up in Harper’s story instantly and that their excitement won’t let up until the very last page.” 

Romantic Times Online Magazine has given Screen Play 4 ½ stars and selected the novel as a “Top Pick”. 

Your browser may not support display of this image. Author Bio

Chris Coppernoll is the author of six books including Screen Play, A Beautiful Fall and Providence. A national speaker to singles, Chris is also the founder of Soul2Soul, a syndicated radio program airing on 800 outlets in 20 countries. Chris holds a Masters degree from Rockbridge Seminary and is deeply in love with his wife, novelist Christa Parrish.   

Suggested Interview Questions

  1. As a bestselling Author, you know what it’s like to catch your big break. How are your experiences with success and brokenness reflected in this book?
  2. In our technologically savvy world, internet dating has gone from taboo to mainstream. Why was it important to include this popular dating method in Screenplay? Do you think internet dating is a good idea?
  3. We’ve seen so many celebrities mishandle success. What keeps a person grounded when they catch their big break?
  4. When Harper finally gets her big break, she is faced with some very difficult choices. Why is it that huge successes are often accompanied by sacrificial decisions?
  5. As a man involved in ministry to singles, how does the story of Harper Gray inspire singles to a greater devotion to Christ?

 

Screen Play by Chris Coppernoll

David C Cook/January 1, 2010

ISBN: 978-1-4347-6482-9/342 pages/softcover/$14.99

www.davidccook.com

My Thoughts

I totally loved this book.  I felt like I was a part of the cast.   I was there through the ups and downs.

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