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How My Self-Published Book Became A Hot Movie Property

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Ridley Scott. One of the few directors whose name alone can sell tickets. A legend in his own time. And now he’s negotiating for the rights to my self-published book…

 

(Just yesterday I linked to a post that stated with conviction that the self-published could just forget about their book getting made into a movie. The chances are slim, indie or trad, but grand proclamations are dangerous things. You’re going to be hearing a lot about Wool, a self-published book that may become a movie. It sprang from a story that started out as a humble novelette. The author, Hugh Howey, explains how the book got noticed and may become a movie. Cheery story at the magic link. ~ Chazz)

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