Turning your Book into a Movie!

Have you always wanted to turn your book into a movie?

Make sure you come out to Millbury THIS SUNDAY!!! FREEE!!!

David Kirkpatrick, former President of Walt Disney Studios and Paramount Pictures, talks about his experiences on Terms of Endearment, Ordinary People, Star Trek, Brady Bunch, Wayne’s World and other iconic movies.

Ask him questions about the steps involved in turning your own book or other project into a movie!

Where:
Millbury Barnes & Noble
Blackstone Valley Shoppes
70 Worcester Providence Turnpike
Millbury, MA

When:
Sunday, November 18th
3-5pm

Full details:
http://bvaa.org/2018/11/10/making-movies-from-books-plays-and-tv-shows/

I am not able to go, due to prior family commitments. I’d love someone to go and see what he has to say!

Blackstone Valley mystery series

Hurrah! Just finished writing Blackstone Valley mystery series book 4. I need to finish the series; I’m getting negative reviews from people that the series is not done yet.

Sheesh, don’t they know I’m busy? 🙂

Also, I need to update the covers. People say the covers look chick-lit when the stories are more Da Vinci Code. Suggestions?

What are you guys working on?

Here’s book 1, free!

https://www.amazon.com/Rumble-Strip-Blackstone-Novelette-Mysteries-ebook/product-reviews/B00STY2XC2/

Cornish Pixies of Whitinsville

Yup, pixie #2 in my Cornish Pixies of Whitinsville series had an even shorter skirt where you could see her underwear. The underwear was skimpy and not (ahem) ‘full coverage’. Not quite appropriate for my young-teen audience.

I printed the image on watercolor paper and painted on a skirt. Then scanned it back into my computer. I then added some photoshop touches.

Thoughts? Suggestions?

Cordelia book set in Whitinsville

I’m finalizing the cover of my Cordelia book set in Whitinsville, MA. I began with a purchased image and am editing the skirt to make it longer.

Which do you think – left or right? Any other suggestions?

Further refinements on the upcoming cover for my new pixie in Whitinsville short story series. The dark skirt has gentler stars now and the white over-dress lays more visibly over the top of it. Thoughts?