The Creative Writer's Companion: Selling Your Ideas for Movies, Books, Electronic Media, and More Paperback – 9 Apr 2001
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Advises authors how to find outlets for creative ideas--including magazines, books, Web sites, games, movies, and other sources--and offers tips on how to package their work to be noticed in publishing, film, and other industries.
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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
that great ideas can be spread to different mediums (books
17 February 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
This book spends too many pages telling us what we already know...that great ideas can be spread to different mediums (books, movies, tv shows, games, etc) but it does not go into much detail about HOW TO take your ideas from your head into actual money-making endeavors.
Jesus A. Alvarado
5 March 2002 - Published on Amazon.com
3 people found this helpful.
The book falls short speciallly because of the foreword by Syd Field. The author just kept repeating the the same imformation throughout the whole book. On each chapter he tells about the different ideas he came up with, but there is a lack of information on how to get started, and resources that could guide you even further. There isn't even a bibliography of websites and other books. Beyond the idea, you won't know where to go, or how to make it roll. I think that these days a book should include resources specially from the internet since we are living in a digital era.