Hi everyone! Here we are again! TGIF. Last week, I started a cool weekly lottery to give away some of my favorite books and offer them to some of my social media connections. I’d love you to enter the drawing for this week’s trio of books that I love. To enter, please go to my Blog page at http://blog.libbygill.com and sign up for my newsletter in the upper right hand side of the page. I’ll take those new sign ups and enter you all in the weekly drawing. You can also find a few thoughts on the books on the blog as of each Friday. (If you have any problem signing up, please send me a note through my FB inbox, and I will manually enter you.)
This week’s trio:
How to Write a Movie in 21 Days – Viki King How to Get Happily Published – Judith Appelbaum & Nancy Evans Screenplay – Syd Field
To your success! Branding Expert and Coach, Libby Gill
PS: This week’s EXTRA special BONUS – originally signed book is “Frequent Foreplay Miles” – by Shela Dean. (This is definitely a book worth buying, for ANYONE in a long-term relationship. You can find it at http://www.FrequentForeplayMiles.com.) Here’s Marci Shimoff’s great review:
"Shela Dean's fun and wise book, Frequent Foreplay Miles, Your Ticket to Total Intimacy, provides a simple yet effective approach to giving the best of yourself to your partner every day. It's jam-packed with wonderful tips for bringing greater generosity, happiness and closeness to your relationship. Even the happiest couples will find nuggets of wisdom that will enrich their relationship." ~ Marci Shimoff, NY Times bestselling author of “Happy for No Reason and Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul”
How to Write a Movie in 21 Days – Viki King
Viki King's book will get you writing, that’s for sure! Writing WITHOUT editing! I especially like Viki’s 8-minute exercises. They’re great to GET you writing while preventing you from THINKING about writing: if you only have 8 minutes to cover a topic, you'd better get those words onto paper as fast as you possibly can. Great book!
How to Get Happily Published – Judith Appelbaum & Nancy Evans
Any first time adventurer into the world of publishing needs to learn as much as they can about the business. If you’re as committed to getting published as you were to writing your book, then this guide is a perfect fit. It has tons of resources, inside knowledge, practical tips and inspiring commentary to keep you on track and effective on your journey.
Screenplay – Syd Field
“Screenplay” is a great book for a beginner, teaching the basic steps of writing a screenplay –the beginning idea, the character development, the structure of the piece. Field explains set-up and offers tips for beginning and ending the screenplay. A great resource.