Posts tagged movie
Posts tagged movie
The Fan fictions
The Great Gatsby
May 10, 2013
We’re a day late on the Gatsby anniversary but we CAN. NOT. WAIT. for the movie.
My contribution to these.
Victor Hugo: Les Misérables
Reader Submission: Title and Redesign by Albert Santos.
This month’s interview and Industry Influencer spotlight is shining on Michael Hauge, a story consultant, author, and lecturer who works with screenwriters, novelists, filmmakers, and executives. Michael has coached writers, producers, stars, and directors on projects for Tom Cruise, Julia Roberts, Reese Witherspoon, and Morgan Freeman, and is currently on retainer with Will Smith’s company, Overbrook Productions, where he was involved in the development of I Am Legend, Hancock, and The Karate Kid.
Michael is the best-selling author of Selling Your Story in 60 Seconds: The Guaranteed Way to Get Your Screenplay or Novel Read, as well as the new 20th Anniversary Edition of his classic book Writing Screenplays That Sell. A number of Michael’s seminars, including The Hero’s 2 Journeys with Christopher Vogler, are available on DVD and CD at bookstores worldwide and through his website below. For information on his consultation services, products, or lecture schedule, go to http://www.storymastery.com/.
WRITER’S RELIEF OFFER: Michael Hauge has a special offer just for Writer’s Relief subscribers—the opportunity to discuss the story concept for your next novel in a one-hour coaching session for just $150 (half his normal rate). During your one-on-one phone consultation, he will make sure that the basic story concept, plot structure, and character arcs are clear enough, unique enough, and commercial enough to grab the attention of agents, editors, and publishers. This offer expires November 30 and is limited to the first ten subscribers who sign up, but your coaching session can be any time within the next six months—whenever best fits your schedule. To take advantage of this unique opportunity, please email Contact@StoryMastery.com, tell them you’re interested in the Writer’s Relief special offer, and they will tell you how to proceed.