What advice do you have for other women

What advice do you have for other women in the industry? If you believe in your project – never give up! Two of my screenplays were produced– and each finally got to the screen 20 years after I wrote it. (I can’t wait that long for the next ones!) The fact is, you never know when something is going to happen – or which of your projects will take off or when. It’s never necessarily the one you expect or at the time you expect. So, you have to be strong and keep going… and if you’re a writer… keep writing! Today there are many ways to get your projects out there yourself, without waiting for Hollywood. You can make a movie independently – or self-publish a book. You just have to remember, writing the book or the movie is just the first part – sometimes even the easiest part! Publicizing your project takes just as much work or even more work – and that is just as important. You can have a great project – but if no one knows about it, it will never get seen. So you have to be willing either to hire a publicist (which costs a lot of money) – or do the publicity yourself.
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