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It's easy for people who believe in themselves and in the world around them to say yes. It's the mark of someone who is not afraid to take a chance, take a risk, and find a new way to succeed. Thanks for making me realize that.
1 year, 2 months ago on Say Yes More Often
My problem is probably similar to a lot of folks. I am happy to go out of my way to help anyone do anything, but I hesitate to ask anyone to help me. I guess it's old independence and self-reliance I learned from my father. My wife says I rob other people of the pleasure of helping me.
1 year, 4 months ago on Nothing To Prove, Everything To Gain
We are always looking for the joy of Christmas any time of year.
1 year, 8 months ago on Eve's First Noel by Davee Jones. - MagdaOlchawska.com
The bundle is a great idea. Thanks for sharing it. I am glad to see your blogs regularly again.
1 year, 9 months ago on A lesson for traditional publishers – ‘the humble e-book bundle’ model.
I have a granddaughter, and one day she will enjoy this book. Thanks for giving me a chance to find it, buy it, and store it away for her.
2 years ago on Book review: “Growing Up Mabel” by Heather Payer-Smith - MagdaOlchawska.com
I love your enthusiasm. I love your encouragement. I love the information you provide. But it's a long, hard climb to find a filmmaker, big or little, who'll care about your book until it becomes a bestseller. The filmmakers I've known and worked with follow trends and never have the nerve to start a new one.
2 years ago on Independent writers & filmmakers unite!!! - MagdaOlchawska.com
Everyone who writes books and wants to sell books should read your advice. Overnight success is never overnight. But it never comes to those who quit or market without commitment and dedication.
2 years, 1 month ago on Marketing for Creative People. - MagdaOlchawska.com
Yours is a great primer for promotion. You not only advise it, you do it. And you have been successful.
2 years, 1 month ago on How to promote your website or blog? - MagdaOlchawska.com
When you interview someone, I feel as though I have met them personally. It's better to read a book when you know the author.
2 years, 1 month ago on Interview with Aileen Stewart author of children’s book Fern Valley-A Collection of Short Stories - MagdaOlchawska.com
Great poster. I am following "Anna" with a lot of anticipation. Will you have a book based on the movie? I will help you promote it.
2 years, 1 month ago on Anna and Modern Day Slavery- new post-production poster. - MagdaOlchawska.com
I salute you. I have written three made-for-television movies that were produced, so I understand a little about the business. To have done what you did on the budget you had is extraordinary. You should be proud of yourself. I am.
2 years, 3 months ago on Before you start crowds-funding campaign for your project. - MagdaOlchawska.com
As always, nobody digs out the good stuff in an interview like you do.
2 years, 4 months ago on Interview with CYNTHIA SALLY HAGGARD author of THWARTED QUEEN - MagdaOlchawska.com
I can always depend on you to find good books for my shelf. Thanks again.
2 years, 5 months ago on Michele Richard presents one of her novels - "Mocked by Destiny" - MagdaOlchawska.com
With literature like this coming out, I wish I were a child again.
2 years, 5 months ago on Author Nicola Palmer presents first part of her new series for children - "Alice Parker's Metamorphosis" - MagdaOlchawska.com
Thanks again to the best interview on the planet. I always read and always learn something new. When we know an author, we better like the book.
2 years, 5 months ago on Interview with Howard McEwen, author of "Wrath" - MagdaOlchawska.com
You have the project. And you have a great story to tell. Just keep the faith. It's worth the wait.
2 years, 5 months ago on Anna and Modern Day Slavery- Happy Easter video blog - MagdaOlchawska.com
As a sometimes screen writer, I always enjoy reading about the trials and triumphs of others. Great job as always.
2 years, 5 months ago on Interview with a screenwriter Markus Orlys - MagdaOlchawska.com
Jack Durish is an exceptionally good writer with an exceptionally good book. There is one thing about Jack. When he decides to write a historical novel, he doesn't produce the first word until he has thoroughly researched the subject. He can be a walking, talking encyclopedia on the subject. I enjoyed the interview a great deal. Nobody does them better than you.
2 years, 6 months ago on Interview with Jack Durish, author of "Rebels on the Mountain" - MagdaOlchawska.com
Thanks, again. I can always depend on you to introduce me to someone I don't know but am glad I met through your post. Your interviews are a breath of fresh air.
2 years, 6 months ago on Interview with LM Preston, author of young adult fantasy novel "Bandits" - MagdaOlchawska.com
Brilliant. I hung to every word and was not disappointed by any of them. Great story.
2 years, 6 months ago on 3 Months - MagdaOlchawska.com
A beautifully written tribute to a beautifully written book.
2 years, 6 months ago on Author Joanne Mazzotta introduces her book "Why Whisper?" - MagdaOlchawska.com
Good luck. Good idea. It could be a really good film. Only the determined and talented even begin the journey from first word to screen credits.
2 years, 6 months ago on "Anna and Modern Day Slavery" feature film by Magda M. Olchawska. - MagdaOlchawska.com
Thanks. I was delighted to learn more about Renee and her work. I love your interviews. They are always filled with insight and good advice for the rest of us who throw words on paper.
2 years, 6 months ago on Interview with Renée Pawlish bestselling author of "Nephilim Genesis of Evil" - MagdaOlchawska.com
There is a lot of insight and wisdom in this exchange. I am glad the both of you talked, and I'm glad I had a chance to eavesdrop.
2 years, 6 months ago on Writers Chat with Claude Nougat on Writing and Filmmaking - MagdaOlchawska.com
I always enjoy your interviews. I feel as though I get to know people who I will never meet, and I'm glad that I do.
2 years, 7 months ago on Interview with Jerry Guarino author of "Cafe Stories". - MagdaOlchawska.com
As one who has had the good fortune of writing one motion picture and two made for TV movies, including a CBS min-series, I must say that your information is dead on. Thanks for being able to provide these critical guidelines in such a succinct manner.
2 years, 7 months ago on HOW TO TRANSFER YOUR BOOK INTO A FILM SCRIPT? - MagdaOlchawska.com