Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Poll Results - Who Should Star as Catherine

For the FaceBook Poll Results on Who Should Star as Catherine, we actually had a tie! Both Rachel McAdams and Emily Blunt had the same number of votes for first place!

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Looking Forward

Met with my publicist at The Grove in LA - excellent meeting. Registered the treatment for A Soul Less Broken with the Writers Guild while I was up there. Excited about what's coming next!

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Always Glad When Homework is Finished...

Finally selected a publicist to represent the novel and we have our first meeting in LA on Tuesday. Finished my first homework assignment from my publicist this weekend - which was to write the treatment for A Soul Less Broken  to be optioned as a feature theatrical film. Condensing an entire novel down into six pages was a lot more challenging than I thought it would be. Excited that it's done!

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Cast Your Vote!

The other day I commented that "if" A Soul Less Broken is made into a movie ... and my reader Dianna quickly corrected me stating that the word should be "when"... (thanks Dianna!). So on that note, I thought it would be fun to let readers vote for who they think should star in the leading rolls, starting with Catherine. Just click on the Facebook link below to cast your vote from the actresses I think would best capture the character. Results will be posted on April 18th.


Friday, April 1, 2011

Another Reader Comment

Cody Jendro, a high school student and family friend, was kind enough to post his comments on my website. We all know how discerning teenagers can be, which makes his review even more impressive:

"... I am reading your book, and it rocks! I am doing a book report on it for English!! I can't wait for more books to come! Congratulations on your creation of such a great novel! The best book I have read, I don't like reading, but when I picked up your book, It's sooo hard to put it down. Honestly, A GREAT BOOK!"

It continues to amaze and delight me to see how A Soul Less Broken appeals to so many different people, young and old alike. And to think a book report has now been written on it ... who would have thought?