Your Novel as a Movie Part 2—Writing Novels that Translate Well Into Film

Kristen Lamb is delivering some wonderful writing advice today. Also go there for the Princess Leah meme.

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Last Friday I introduced my movie producer friend Joel Eisenberg who has been generous enough to teach a class for me over at WANA International (and yes the recording comes with it for free if you cannot make the class). This is an important class to have. Why?

The entertainment industry is booming right now, namely because audience demands are higher than they have ever been in human history.

Big screen, small screen, smartphone screen, YouTube and countless niche cable channels are all looking for that next big thing.

Filmmakers have always looked to books for inspiration, but let’s face it. The pace at which they could make a movie thirty (or even twenty) years ago made it where they could only handpick a select few to put on screen. CGI was in its infancy and computers were not part of the filmmaking process making the movie business a very…

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3 responses to “Your Novel as a Movie Part 2—Writing Novels that Translate Well Into Film

  1. She knows what she’s talking about and Entertaining too! 😊

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