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What movies get wrong – and right – about authors. And Elizabeth Taylor: Ep47 FREE podcast for writers
Posted by Roz Morris @Roz_Morris in How to write a book on November 18, 2020
Here’s someone you might never have heard of. Elizabeth Taylor. No, not that one. There’s a novelist Elizabeth Taylor.
I discovered her through this book, Angel, which is about a monstrous, astoundingly successful romantic novelist. There’s a movie, too, which misses many of the nuances, but both versions are full of truths about the publishing industry and the world of writers – details that movie makers usually get completely wrong. See how many you agree with.
That’s what we’re talking about today. My co-host is independent bookseller Peter Snell.
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