Tuesday, February 11, 2014

How to get your novel noticed in Hollywood

Get your novel noticed in Hollywood

I get many questions from authors wanting to know how I managed to get all my stories adapted into movies. So when author T.B. Markinson asked me a couple of weeks back to guest post on her blog, I thought I'd share with you my story about how I got several filmmakers interested in my books. You can read about it here: How to get your novel noticed in Hollywood

19 comments:

  1. That would be grand to do, be quite the view

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  2. I didn't realize your books had sold to production companies. That's great! My agent's shopping my book around Hollywood, but I haven't heard anything yet...

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  3. I love your Hollywood story... and so honored to say I know you!

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  4. I'm going to take a look. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  5. You have all my intension and I will take a look!

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  6. Lovely. Have you had any made into films? I've had friends who sold options, but the stories never made it onto the screen. Such a strange business.

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  7. Ooh! I'm off to read it. I've had one or two people suggest I pitch my book, but I'm just not quite ready/brave enough for that.

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  8. Popping over now, although I don't think I'll ever write anything Hollywood would want to film - it's good to be prepared :-)

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  9. Very cool Vanessa ;o) So proud of you! Excellent! Hmmm.. could that work with art too? Maybe they need some crow's paintings to go along with your movies ;o) LOL! Take Care ;o) Hugs ;o)

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  10. I'll stop by and check out your post.

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  11. ✿•̃‿•̃✿
    Félicitations chère Vanessa ! C'est réellement formidable !
    GROS BISOUS pour toi
    et bonne continuation !

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  12. I stopped over and read the post. How interesting. Great that you were able to meet people and through those connections great things happened. So important that you were prepared with your business cards and your online content. Thanks for sharing! Best of luck. :)

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