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Category Archives: False Confessions News
Have you seen all the blockbuster author’s book trailers on YouTube? Book trailer? Huh? Like a movie trailer, only for books. It brings a book story to life in a video. Here’s the book trailer that Chrissy Sellers of Studio … Continue reading
Check out the new review on Amazon: 5.0 out of 5 stars Hell-A on Wheels, February 3, 2012 By S. Fracis (Florida) – See all my reviews This review is from: False Confessions of a True Hollywood Screenwriter (Paperback) Welcome … Continue reading
One of my heroes, Lew Hunter, read False Confessions of a True Hollywood Screenwriter and here’s what he said: “I have often thought about writing the “Odyssey Of My Hollywood Writing And How I got Hemorrhoids.” Perhaps that’s the subtitle … Continue reading
If you’re looking for a Christmas present for writer friends or anyone who loves to laugh, order False Confessions of a True Hollywood Screenwriter today. I’ll autograph the books and dedicate to your friends, family, or even enemies and throw … Continue reading
Save the date: Saturday, January 28, Barnes & Noble, St. Johns Town Center in Jacksonville, FL. I’ll be signing False Confessions of a True Hollywood Screenwriter from 2:00-4:00 p.m.! Yes, that’s four months away…but in life you gotta plan ahead. … Continue reading
You just got your shiny, new books. The cover is just as you had imagined it; colorful, spine on straight, image right side up. Pages are all in the right place…inside the book. Then it’s book signing day! Fifteen authors … Continue reading
In Hollywood, there are no rules and they’re strictly enforced. That’s one of the things Liz Bradbury learns during her eight long, torturous years in LA working as a professional screenwriter. You can’t get an agent until you don’t need … Continue reading