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#1 Netflix Film Black Screenwriter Behind “End of the Road” Releases New Novel

Christopher J. Moore

Release of a New Novel by the Black Screenwriter of the Number One Netflix Film “End of the Road” with Queen Latifah and Ludacris

With his latest Netflix feature End of the Road starring Queen Latifah, Ludacris, and Beau Bridges, veteran TV and film writer Christopher J. Moore is also an author who has just published his sixth book, entitled Justifiable, a heartbreaking tale about family and police violence.

End of the Road, a movie directed by Christopher that was released at the beginning of the year, spent its first week in the top 10 on Netflix in 80 countries and at number one in 29 other countries. However, he is more than just a scriptwriter, and readers of his works are frequently enquiring about the publication date of his upcoming book.

After earning the Nickelodeon Screenwriting Fellowship in 2000 for a feature script he had written, Christopher suddenly became well-known. His compelling debut book, God’s Child, which was based on the screenplay that won the Nickelodeon Fellowship, made a significant literary impact while he was working in Hollywood. Waiting For Mr. Right, his second book, was written four years later and was given an honorable mention in Writers Digest.

His latest book, Justifiable, a heartbreaking story of family and police violence, is currently the talk of the town. In the book, Chris takes readers on a journey to experience the world through the eyes of a Black family. The book is inspired by so many incidents in our country about police interaction with black people. He said he thinks it improves society and helps a lot of people realize how difficult it is to be Black in America.

In his early years in Hollywood, Christopher wrote for major names in the business, including House of Payne and Meet The Browns. Along the way, he collaborated with numerous other important film producers, selling screenplays, writing for various local writing jobs, and creating new television programs. All things considered, he adores reading and claims that as a screenwriter, it is incredibly liberating to know that when he has a tale to tell, he can write a novel and it will come out just as he had envisioned.

He is one of the most well-known African American authors on the West Coast, with well over 100,000 books in print and his novels available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. He acknowledged that he must work hard, but the outcome will be the same. The feedback has been overwhelming after someone purchases the books, reads them at home, and reviews them. from The Five Steps of Mr. Washington to The Switch Family, his debut YA book. Everyone adores his novels! With the release of his massive smash End of The Road on Netflix, Hollywood has now added its voice. He says it feels wonderful.

Christopher claims that because he also writes screenplays for Hollywood and has a second job as an adjunct professor at the USC School of Cinematic Arts and the LA Film School, it takes him a little longer to complete his novels. But he asserts that his most potent novel to date is the one he is now writing, entitled Justifiable. He simply wants everyone to keep telling people that he is a fresh force in the literary industry.

Christopher J. Moore is a member of the Writers Guild of America and a graduate of California State University, Northridge, with two BA degrees and two master’s degrees. He, his wife, and their children reside in Los Angeles, California.


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