Adapting Sideways: How to Turn Your Screenplay into a Publishable Novelby Charlotte Cook, Jon James Miller
One of the #1 ways to interest any agent or manager is by having a large library of completed work that
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Screenwriters are true writers, having proved their story, skills, and determination on the tight canvas of screenplays. Now, determined to find their audience and another way to the silver screen, some screenwriters are turning to novelization.
One of the #1 ways to interest any agent or manager is by having a large library of completed work that demonstrates your range as a writer. That means not both a diverse selection of genres and a variety of mediums, too. Not to mention, countless screenwriters have gotten their start as novelists – just ask William Goldman or Nick Hornby. Bringing your creative work to the film industry is a challenge, so why not give yourself the advantage by becoming a master of all trades?
The key transitions for screenwriter-to-novelist are:
How to showcase your story-telling strengths
How to translate screenwriting skills to novelist craft
How to jump-start your novel-writing career
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Meet the Author
Adapting Sideways is the brainchild of Charlotte Cook, publisher and story editor, and Jon James Miller, award-winning screenwriter and novelist, and focuses on comprehensive, proven, and practical strategies that take screenplays and fiction manuscripts to publishable novels.
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