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Is film editing what you want to do and need to know where to go? You know how to edit film but don't know the next step.
Want to know the right edit program to use. I will help you with these guestions and more. There is so much to learn on editing films and sound it would take me months to tell you about it all. But I am going to give you the tools in finding everything you need and some I am going to tell you how. Know this, if you're not ready to work at become a great editor, don't start. Anyone can make a film and put it on youtube. But their not good enough for Hollywood. So grab a pen and pad and tune into my show. firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or remarks.
Editing is one of the most important steps in a novel's development. In order to make your work the most superb piece of fiction out there, you canNOT skip over or skimp on this process!
So join me for episode 11 on "Editing Your Novel". We'll be talking about developmental & structural editing as well as line editing. Learn how to do your own author edit before you send your work out to the pro editors!
Keep it indie,
Join our conversation with Authors: Alexis Noelle, J.M. Walker, & Dawn Robertson
The Amazon link for each of our Featured Author's books is listed below:
Alexis Noelle: http://amzn.to/YiQueX
J.M. Walker: http://amzn.to/1qg3nwR
Dawn Robertson: http://amzn.to/1ppZkkX
The GoodReads links for our Featured Authors are listed below:
Alexis Noelle: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7133378.Alexis_Noelle
J.M. Walker: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/5132169.J_M_Walker
Dawn Robertson: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7265801.Dawn_Robertson
You can read reviews for several other Acclaimed Authors at the links listed below:
Join our conversation with Author, Lily White.
Lily White has written these books:
Her Master's Courtesan (Masters, #1)
Her Master's Teacher (Masters, #2)
Illusions of Evil
The Good Girl
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Welcome to Part II of the "Editing Your Novel" miniseries! We're going to talk more about:
* how to budget for an editor,
* how to hire and work with an editor (with a particular emphasis on Michael J Carr who I adore)
* writer's ego and the ability to put it aside for the sake of your baby (novel)
* how to re-write your novel according to your editor's notes, especially if you happen to be working with two of them, and finally, we'll have a brief intro into:
* understanding the importance of beta readers (readers who are your peers / your audience) to give you important feedback at the "consumer" level.
Can't wait, but in the meantime, keep it indie!
This is our first show, and you'll get to know my co-host, Stephanie DeLamater Phillips!
Stephanie's websites are listed below:
Stephanie's Facebook page link is listed below:
Episode #2: Editing an Oscar
Broadcasting from The Los Angeles Film School
in the heart of Hollywood, California, we take point on
Industry Topics, Trends, Culture, and Campus Life.
LAFS Film Alumni Martin Pensa
1st LAFS Academy Award Nominee for
Editing on Dallas Buyers Club
From the Field: Alumni Insights
Saroop Gul and Naqash Gull
The Los Angeles Film School Film Alumni
Trailer for Where Angels Fall the movie
Interviews conducted by Joe Byron
Head of Student & Alumni Engagement LAFS
Hosted by Art Holmes
Welcome to Part III of the "Editing Your Novel" miniseries! In this last podcast, we'll be discussing the final leg of editing your novel, including:
* figuring out what it is you want from your beta readers, and I'll give you exampls of how I've selected mine,
* identifying the right number and right type of beta readers you need to read over your novel,
* how to put together the necessary questionnaire materials to get the most out of your beta readers,
* knowing which kinds of feedback to take and which to leave to the birds,
* how to take five sets of edits and synthesize them to help guide the final edit of your novel into completion!
Very excited to communicate MY experience and journey with beta reading, and I hope you are too! But in the meantime?
Keep it indie, of course,
Sara Rich (author) and Timm Tayshun (publisher) join us for a special episode to discuss the new Novel "Ligatures"!
Stanza Thompson knows how to interpret the appearance of the sky, but she can't read the signs of the times. Not, at least, until the witching hour. Stanza is a young American scholar working in Belgium when her husband, Pierre, is killed in a tragic bicycle accident. Devastated by her soul mate's death, she moves back to her family home in rural Kansas. In her five-year absence, Stanza's homeland - and especially her hometown - has become darkly twisted, creating something dangerously inhospitable to outsiders. As rebellious as she is brilliant, Stanza is a stranger in the university where she teaches, even in the town where she was born and raised. With ghosts and feral hounds as companions, she stumbles upon a carving in the woods that harkens back to Ozark magic, promising to single out and kill a witch. This discovery sends Stanza on a tornadic quest into regional folklore, a string of historical murders, and the occult - and ultimately, into the mysteries of her own bloody heritage and fey destiny. Composed of idiosyncratic characters and idiomatic prose, Ligatures combines elements of the weird, southern gothic, and magical realism to create a world that is familiar and terrifying at once. Between the suspense and the quality of writing, you won’t be able to put down this spellbinding book, even long after it’s finished. Reviewers of the Kindle version have called Ligatures “perceptive” with a “dimensional and complicated” protagonist that “brings to mind the early work of Barbara Kingsolver and Margaret Atwood.”
Available on Amazon and Amazon Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Ligatures-Sara-Rich/dp/150072145X
editing segment #94 - listen to re-run segment 07/10/2009
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