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From Author To Screenwriter: Tips for Taking your Books to Hollywood with Huss McClain

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Most authors dream of seeing their books turned into film/TV, so millions of people can experience their worlds. In today’s show, J.A.Huss and Johnathan McClain tell the story of how they worked together to turn Julie’s books into a successful TV pitch.

In the intro, I talk about my writing progress with Valley of Dry Bones, and some tips for moving books over from Createspace to KDP Print.

Plus, I have updated all my main landing pages on writing fiction, writing non-fiction, publishing, marketing, making a living with your writing, and the author mindset. You can find everything on my Resources page here.

This podcast is sponsored by Kobo Writing Life, which helps authors self-publish and reach readers in global markets through the Kobo eco-system. You can also subscribe to the Kobo Writing Life podcast for interviews with successful indie authors.

J.A.Huss is an award-nominated New York Times and USA Today best-selling romance author with millions of copies of her awesome books sold around the world.

[Julie was previously on the podcast talking about writing and marketing romance.]

Johnathan McClain is an award-winning stage actor, screenwriter, and film and TV actor, appearing in programs like Grey’s Anatomy and Mad Men. He’s also an award-winning audiobook narrator.

Julie and Johnathan co-write as Huss McClain.

read more https://www.thecreativepenn.com/2018/08/06/from-author-to-screenwriter-tips-for-taking-your-books-to-hollywood-with-huss-mcclain/

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