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Looking for tenacious self-published writers for a new feature documentary

Post by selfpubdoc » March 23rd, 2021, 7:12 pm

Hello!

A documentary director with an Emmy-nominated Netflix series is developing a new feature documentary. "Self Published" is about the passion, persistence and self determination of self published authors.

We are interested in speaking with writers of all genres. We'd love to talk with writers who are just getting started as well as those who have been working at it for many years. We are not concerned about book sales. We're looking for individuals who have enormous drive and unbridled enthusiasm for writing and connecting with their readers.

Please send us a few lines about your writing (genre/genres,number of books you have self-published, highs and lows of your writing career). Please include a few notes about your personality and your life in general. Again, we'd love to hear from people who are extremely passionate about writing - so please include a few notes about the lengths you've gone to/sacrifices you've made in order to pursue your dream.

If you know other writers who you feel would be great for our documentary, we'd love to hear from them as well.

Thank you.
We look forward to hearing your story.

Brooke Weaver
Development Coordinator
selfpubdoc@gmail.com

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