There are some super tools to help you with many tasks. From finding the right Fonts and Graphics for your book covers to free Music for your book trailers, widgets, business cards or even making it easier to save your multiple account logins, this list will grow as I come across even more wonderful tools. Simplifying those tasks that take up your time, or automating them, you’ll find you have much more time to write. Isn’t that the most important thing on an author’s mind?
Books to Film is a very real dream of many authors. Finding those who know the industry, following them and learning from them, adopting them as mentors, is the first step to bringing your dream to reality. For me, this reality also consists of purchasing the software the big-name scriptwriters and filmmakers use and teaching myself to bring my novels to scripts. Multi-generational films/movies and their scripts can be found, and when you do find them, watch and read them through, because those are the keys to discovering why they have been popular and have become classics and successful for generations. Many of these links below will either offer insight to the industry, further details, or allow the free download of the scripts and films – you should never have to pay for them if they are in the Public Domain, yet many websites charge varying prices.
Each one of the links below are high traffic websites – each hosting book reviews. Locating the right person, with the correct method of contact however, is something that will take me a while yet to do – but, once found I will update this post with that additional information. In the meantime, if you find the right person, and their contact information, please let me know so I can update the information for others. I hope you find this useful. Best of luck to you.
“Drama, mystery, feuds, sorrow, joy, unconditional love, unconscionable hate and abuse, and healing the heart and soul. Laila Doncaster, you rock; a stellar author. Kept me enthralled the whole darn book! Hurry up and get book 2 done so I can continue with the story. I could not put it down!.” Review by Madlyn Doey ~ British Columbia, Canada
Madlyn Doey’s review from Amazon.ca …
Madlyn Doey’s review on my Facebook Fan Page …
“Beautiful first chapter (chapter reveal) by this fresh. young writer. We’ll undoubtedly be hearing more from her and her new writings. Good, visual opening. Reader gets pulled into characters early on, when identification is so necessary, then gets pulled up by the scruff of her neck to learn the protagonist (at least one of them) is The Buffalo. Fascination point of view for the story.” Review by Jay Squires, Author