USAToday best-selling author Barbara Hinske has such a story. And readers, this is for you, too: Here’s a blog-tour note from Barbara on how you can help make sure the movie gets the viewers it needs:
“My novel Guiding Emily has been adapted for the screen by Hallmark. It will air Sept 8, 9ET/8 CT on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. I was present for filming again and this will be a terrific movie. They stuck with the book this time. Hallmark has stepped out of their usual romance box for this movie. The principal cast and crew are set to work on a series based on the books. The movie has to do well enough or trend on twitter for Hallmark to pull this trigger on this. Needless to say, this is the Holy Grail for an author.
The actor's strike has prevented both Sarah Drew (Emily) and Eric McCormack (voice of Garth) from promoting the movie and I'm doing everything I can to get eyeballs on it.
So—please tune every set in your house (heck--on your street!) to watch on Sept 8.”
GUIDING EMILY is a tale of love, loss, and courage. Meet Emily and Garth in the GUIDING EMILY movie on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Friday, September 8th on @hallmarkmovie
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Here are some helpful grammar hints from my personal library:
“Almost all good writing begins with terrible first efforts. You need to start somewhere.”― Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird
Okay, that’s it for today. You-all guys keep on keeping on, and I’ll try to do the same. Raising prayers for a happy and safe you!