LV Magazine has several opportunities for models and actors in a few upcoming projects. If you’re interested in modeling for LV Magazine or auditioning for a role. Please use the form below to contact us.
The Caul By: Ivory Moses
Some people are born with THE CAUL, veil, or hood, over their face. Perhaps you are one of these people or know someone who was born this way. Many belief systems hold that being THE CAUL is a sign of special destiny and psychic abilities, or good luck.
The Caul follows the life of an African -American woman born in New Orleans named Luella who has been born with The Caul. She has the psychic ability to see spirit’s and has supernatural encounters. The entire town is in an uproar when two neighborhood church girls are kidnapped, brutally raped and murdered. Luella is the only one who can put their tormented souls to rest and solve the horrific murder’s if she can survive the ghostly ordeal and the cold-blooded killer who will do anything to keep her silent!!!!
Luella will discover having “The Caul” is both a blessing and a curse for some things are left better unseen.
The Dark House By: Lavern Spruill
Based on true stories. Ten years ago, a young couple (Jen and Lima) moved into a three-story house. The house is the only old building still standing on the street and appears to be dark and haunted. Present day, An inspired writer came across police reports of unexplained activity during the time the couple lived in this house. The reporter seeks out the couple, who’s no longer together. With their permission, the reporter videotapes and interviews the couple to hear their story about the events that took place when they lived in the house.
Poetic Mutants By: Ivory Moses
Poetic Mutants is a fantasy/ fictional children’s story that follows the lives and lessons of 5 children. (Kimon, Anna, Blue, Nalah, and Zorrie.The Children who all attend the same school come together one day at the neighborhoods abandoned library. A library that has been forgotten over time due to the advancement of technology. There they encounter the Mystical Librarian Ms. Selma who awakens the children’s passion for literature
However, these aren’t just any children and Ms. Selma isn’t just any librarian. With her guidance, the children will tap into mutant abilities through literature, writing, and poetry discovering phenomenal things about their individuality that they never
knew. They will face issues of peer pressure, family hardships, community issues and everyday typical kid stuff!
Through the amazing power of poetic dialogue Kimon, Anna, Blue, Nalah, and Zorrie will embark on magical journey’s while discovering the fundamentals and overall importance of gaining KNOWLEDGE through reading. They will become Poetic Mutants!
Target audience: Parents with children /diverse groups of children ages 8-13.
Almost Lost By: Ivory Moses
Almost lost is Ivory Moses debut novel. It follows the story of Sage, a woman growing up in a crime driven community can be hard. A dysfunctional upbringing and the weight of the hood on your back can be challenging. Sage Stevens found inner strength and self love through her passion for poetry “Almost Lost” 2k18