Introduce Yourself : Writer/Producer - Where's Lucy? Productions by Marie D. Jones

Marie D. Jones

Writer/Producer - Where's Lucy? Productions

Hey, guys, I'm a San Diego-based, past L.A.-based writer now moving into producing and my projects can be seen at the website, www.whereslucyproductions.com. I'm also a non-fiction author and novelist and single mom and all kinds of other crap! Nice to make connections with all of you!

Where's Lucy Productions
Where's Lucy Productions
Where's Lucy? Productions was founded in 2016 and focuses on in-house projects, as well as material optioned from existing intellectual properties. The focus is on great stories with memorable charact…
Stephanie T. Keefer

Looking forward to checking out your site, Marie:)

Stephanie T. Keefer

That's a TON of work, Marie! The Ancient-Origins info sounds really interesting.

Patrick M McCormick

Impressive websites Marie, the industry needs you.

Linda Hullinger

Hi Marie, I love your "Where's Lucy? Productions" website and how it got its name. Lots of interesting topics on your sites as well. I'm sure I will be reading a great deal of them. :-)

Marie D. Jones

Thank you, guys!!! Linda, Lucy is 17 years old and still a mysterious diva! :)

Linda Hullinger

Wow! 17 years old. That's amazing! I've had many cats and none have ever lived that long.

Marie D. Jones

I have a son who has a disability and she is totally protective of him. I think she is his animal spirit! :0

Richard "RB" Botto

I nodded at "all sorts of other crap"...I know that feeling. Great to have you here, Marie. Love your energy!

Linda Hullinger

That’s interesting, Marie about the animal spirit. I like that idea. :-) And goodness, Jason, you have an exceptional gift with cats to keep several alive that long. About ten years ago, a stray tabby cat showed up in our backyard and had five kittens. So, my three kids and I began taking care of them. Two were striped tabbies, one was a short-haired silver/gray with beautiful white markings, another was a short-haired black cat, and then there was the long-haired jet black Persian that my daughter named Chester. But, Chester did not think he was a cat or a stray. He never acted like the others in regard to playing with string, hissing over food or bowing up in fear, or chasing a rolling ball. Instead, he liked to come inside and stretch out on the sofa and watch the Travel Channel for hours. :-)

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