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Tag Archives: Hollywood
Get a look behind the scenes with the cast of JUNE. Interviews with my co-writer and director L. Gustavo Cooper, Kennedy Brice, Victoria Pratt, Eddie Jemison, Lance E. Nichols, and Casper Van Dien.
Big thanks to writer Megan Gilmore for including me in her July post, “The One Secret to Stop You in Your Writing Tracks.” http://www.writingsbymegan.com/on-the-edge-blog. I agree with Megan about writers sharing their points of view of the world. Here’s what … Continue reading
June, a supernatural horror script co-written by L. Gustavo Cooper and Sharon Y. Cobb was featured in an article that appeared in the Hollywood trade publication Variety. The film stars Kennedy Brice of the Walking Dead. The script was written … Continue reading
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
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
Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum book series brings comedy to a world that really needs a laugh. Soon Lions Gate will be releasing the first of Evanovich’s books adapted into a film. Hurray! In theaters January 27. Katherine Heigl is Stephanie … 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