Writers on TV & Movies
Join authors Marsha Casper Cook, Jennifer Hilt, and Krysten Lindsay Hager for a great discussion on TV and movies we love and how watching great content help us become better writers. Hear about how you can enhance your writing by taking in great content with shows/movies with simple plots, complex characters, tropes, and more!
And if you’re a fan of soap operas (both daytime and the great 1980s/1990s nighttime dramas), you’ll want to check out the episode. Lovers of Falcon Crest, Dallas, All My Children will enjoy this one!
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Jennifer Hilt is a USA Today Bestselling author who has worked as a plotter and concept creator. She’s written 24 books across four pen names and she has a degree in linguistics and literature. She lives in Seattle with her family and her canine fan club. She also loves collecting dictionaries in unfamiliar languages, bingeing Scandi-Noir streaming series, and shouting out tropes from the comfort of her couch. Find here work here:
Krysten Lindsay Hager writes books about hope, true love, fame, self-worth, friendship, & happily ever afters. Krysten is the author of True Colors, Best Friends...Forever?, Next Door to a Star, Landry in Like, Competing with the Star, Dating the It Guy, Can Dreams Come True, and In Over Her Head: Lights, Camera, Anxiety. True Colors, won the Readers Favorite award for best preteen book and the Dayton Book Expo Bestseller Award for children/teens. Find Krysten's work here: amzn.to/3M5G9L3
Marsha is an author, screenwriter, and host-producer of all the Michigan Avenue Media podcasts on Blog Talk Radio. Marsha Casper Cook is not only an award-winning author and screenwriter she is also the host and producer of all of the Michigan Avenue Media Podcasts on Blog Talk Radio. Her most recent accomplishment is her contribution to the worldwide magazine eYs. Marsha has written over fifteen books and twelve screenplays, including romance, dramas, and children’s books. Find Marsha's work here: amzn.to/3sYC98a
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