Film producers love using books as the inspiration for their latest blockbuster, but having your book made into a movie is task heavy and requires a fair bit of perseverance, grit and luck. While we’ve all heard the success stories of authors such as J.K. Rowling, Suzanne Collins, and Stephen King, to get your book adapted into a movie, you need far more than just a bestselling novel. Today, I’ll share the writing techniques and the follow-up steps you need to use to have the best chance of your book being picked up by movie producers and developers.Continue reading “What You’ll Need to Turn Your Book Into a Movie”
Marketing a romantic sci-fi through a book signing is not for the feint of heart!
It takes a lot of preparation, savvy understanding of social media and a willingness to meet lots of new people.
And a bucket load of candy. Continue reading “3 Things I Didn’t Expect From My First Book Signing”
I’ve been looking forward to doing a book signing since I first saw my sci-fi romance novel, Dark Awakening in print. After all, a successful book signing comes with increased popularity and even more book sales, right? Continue reading “So You Want to Do a Book Signing? 4 Tips for Getting Started”
There is nothing more fulfilling than completing your romance novel and having it ready to go to market. As exciting as that is, the reality is that there is still Continue reading “How to Market Your Romance Novel on a Shoestring Budget — and Still Get Results”
Let’s face it, as a writer a printed publication of your work somehow seems more ‘legit’ than digital.
Don’t get me wrong, Continue reading “The Tug-Of-War Between Pixel and Print”
It’s not easy to get published.
Dark Awakening was rejected by 9 publishers, before being selected by Continue reading “The Dirty Truth About Getting Your Novel Published”