"I think Janet needs a spiderweb in the top corner of her blog that says SOME AGENT!"
:-) --Claire Bobrow
My eyes started bleeding when I saw 'fiction novel.'
Fiction novel -- tsk, tsk! A real professional outfit here.
well, at least it's a fiction novel and not a non-fiction novel.my hopes are high.
You had me at fiction novel.
Having optioned powerHouse Books' first-ever fiction novel... 'nuff said.
"It takes a Pillage to rage and chide."-H. DeWitt Clinton
*sigh* another reason to be pedantic on your film rights
Unleash the piranhas from the tank, give the rests to the Shark.
It's written in-house, I presume? :-)
I don't get it.The story article says they're transform adapting a fiction novel into a script screenplay so people can pretend act the role parts in a movie film.What's funny about that?
What Sandra said--I about puked at "fiction novel"
You've trained us well, Janet--we all stopped at "fiction novel."
"fiction novel", indeed but I'm not entirely sure that "sold-out hit" really works for a book, either...
I never understand the hate toward fiction novels. I'm writing a fiction novel right now. My main character protagonists are a boy man and a girl woman who do exciting fun things and stuff.People should stop hating on the fiction novels.
*hand over mouth, snickering*
consider the 'producer' of this... talk about 'hollyweird', indeed!
Maybe we are witnessing the birth of a new genre. In this Freyesque age of publishing, novel may denote those books which nestle next to fabricated memoir. Fiction novel can be used to label books that, for instance,have Kardashian sisters who in no way resemble actual living beings. A label for the fiction fiction genre. But then . . . maybe not.
Did anyone read through to the summary synopsis of the plot story of the fiction novel? Because I'm not sure fiction novel really quite covers it.
tricerotophat- I can't wait to see your movie film based on the fiction novel! I'll wear my red rouge pumps to the opening premier!
I just got off the phone. I've optioned the movie rights to the Pillage press release with the intention of filming a film movie.I'll direct for my own production company Babel Fish Productions with a cast of thespian actors.
Good point, Melina. Rather than "fiction novel", perhaps "hallucinogenic memoir"?Danisidhe - it _is_ sold out. I checked on my Kindle to do an electronic download, and not only was it out of stock, Amazon said it would be available for download "when hell freezes over".The whole thing practically screams, "I didn't know Renee was in rehab!"
Did the check clear?
There is a mention of the title at the Internet Movie Data Base as a 2011 release. powerHouse books requires a $250 non-refundable submissions fee."Submissions fee???"
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