Episode 001 – K. Bromberg talks adapting books to Screen and what it takes to be an author
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Welcome to Episode 001 – Julie and Johnathan welcome New York Times Bestselling Romance Author K. Bromberg, author of The Driven Series, The Everyday Heroes Series, and many others. Together they chat about the process of adapting a book for the screen, the myth of the “Supermom” and how one finds the time to write, parent, partner, and all the other things that come along with the day to day responsibilities of being an author, and at one point Kristy calls Johnathan a smart ass. Make sure you subscribe to hear more talks like this one with today’s best romance authors!
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I just wanted to share a comment here that this is absolutely fabulous! I had heard about this podcast through my email and my co-worker Robin. I have followed JA Huss for years, as I am a reader and a blogger. I have been reading since I was a child and I have been a blogger since 2012.
Author’s are my celebrities! I enjoy reading, mainly romance, but as I get older I am broadening my horizons lol. I love true crime, non fiction stories, some autobiographies and all romance, except paranormal.
I recently read The Silent Patient and it was fabulous. I love books and supporting authors. Even if I don’t have time to read all of their books, I still buy them because I want to support them. To me authors are also artists because they create their stories and their characters.
I think many of us readers as well as authors can learn an enormous amount of information by listening to these podcasts. I know I have just from the very first one.
Anyway thank you for doing all that you do!
As a reader my main advice for authors is to have your books professionally edited. It makes all the difference in the world!!
My main pet peeve is repetition, repetition and repetition.
Love a new fan,
You’re awesome Tanya! Thank you so much for the comment! ~ Julie
You’re very welcome!
Have a great weekend!