Pitching Your Story to Hollywood (with Creative Producer Stephen Hodges)

by | Oct 26, 2020

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Oct 26, 2020

Do you have dreams of watching your story played out on the big screen or as a series on TV? Want some tips to make that a possibility?

Join Autumn and special guest creative producer and children’s fantasy author, Stephen Hodges, as they discuss what you need to pitch your story to producers, the differences between novels and screenplays, things to consider, and a quick wrap-up sidetrack into diversity and cultural appropriation in fiction!

Check out Stephen’s wonderful story the Magic Poof at  https://www.themagicpoof.com/.

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Written by: Autumn

Autumn is a best selling indie author, conservationist, & world traveler with plans for many more adventures both real and fantastical! She is currently settled in the wilds of Maine with her small dragonish dog and husband, searching for a portal to another world.

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