The HOW TOs of Writing a SCREENPLAY Ready NOVEL

I thought I’d be nice to share this blog post because my debut novel, The Kitchen Dance, was a screenplay turned novel.

I enjoyed the experience of writing screenplays but I find it much more satisfying to write the novels because I have the opportunity to expand the story and further develop the characters.

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http://www.nownovel.com/blog/how-to-write-novels/?utm_source=Now+Novel&utm_campaign=a9de5aaf92-Blog_mail_24_July_20157_23_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_3ca58c8841-a9de5aaf92-56878881

3 Reasons to Support Other Authors: A Blog Post Worth Sharing.

So, I’ve been very neglectful of my posts on my own blog due to stressful circumstances in my NON-WRITER life. Stress that has affected my writing, my acting, and just about any other creative expressions I once had.

On the other hand, I’ve been blessed by the friendships I’ve found through writing, and how the friends I’ve gained from my experience as a writer who have supported through the recent 180 turn in my life, so I feel sharing this particular blog post seems apropos.

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http://www.bookdaily.com/authorresource/blog/post/1694342