K. J. MacDonald

K. J. MacDonald


Two published automotive books (historic/muscle cars). One was a history of the Royal Bobcat GTOs produced in Detroit from 1964-1970, The second was a novel titled "Woodward Avenue" which - in its screenplay format - won a Top 5 nomination for "Best Drama" at 2009 Action on Film Festival.
Also wrote "The Violent" (with James Richards) in 2009. The short film version starred 6-time Muay Thai world champ MMA fighter, John Wayne Parr and won "Best Fight Choreography" at 2010 Action on Film Festival.

Also wrote humor for iUniverse.com (monthly column), a weekly for MetaTiki.com. and was regular humor contributor at the Martha's Vineyard Gazette (1999-2001).

Founded "The NetWits" - an online humor writer's organization - in 1999. The NetWits currently has over 200 members. (most notably W. Bruce cameron who wrote "8 Simple Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter" and Doug Powers, staff writer for MichelleMalkin.com).

Had 5 columns published in Australia's "HumorUs" anthology. ("Humor is Painful," a true accounting of my failed attempt to play varsity rugby at USF, was published in over a half-dozen Australian newspapers.)

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Also wrote for Ports Directory (boats, yachts, sailing), for Performance Years (a classic Pontiac newsletter) and was editor-in-chief for the "Tiger Times" - a monthly newsletter published by the Bay State Tigers GTO Association.

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