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Michael Meyer
Michael Meyer
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 1
  • Profession: Author and manager Hollywood South Accommodations.
  • Born: 14 March
  • Member Since: Jul 2019
  • Profile Views: 301
  • Writing:

    Supernatural Suspense Historical Romance Time Travel Romance Historical Fiction Christian Fiction Science Fiction Fantasy Teen & Young Adult Christian Nonfiction Religion & Spirituality
BIOGRAPHY

Michael was born and raised in California; then went to High School in small town in SW West Kansas called Garden City. Graduated from SF State College in Photography.He currently lives in Fayetteville , GA writing screenplays, books and manages Hollywood South Accommodations for the local film industry. You can view his current works in production at http://www.vividimagesproductions.com

  • Michael Meyer

Book Views: 457

The Ancestor: A Journey In Time Reveals A Family Mystery

Genre: Historical Mysteries, Historical Romance, Time Travel Romance, Historical Fiction, Fantasy

Michael Meyer's Books

The Ancestor: A Journey In Time Reveals A Family Mystery

The Ancestor: A Journey In Time Reveals A Family Mystery

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Historical Mysteries, Historical Romance, Time Travel Romance, Historical Fiction, Fantasy

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      • michelo2000 17 days AuthorAuthor
      • The quality of response to the story rather than the quantity. Having a film producer call me with an offer would top both.
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    • allauthor 17 daysAllauthor
    • What, in your opinion, are the most important elements of good writing?
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      • michelo2000 17 days AuthorAuthor
      • Story, story, story. Maybe a beginning , middle and end would help to start. In life we try to avoid conflict. but your characters need conflict, tension, escalation, then change. They each need to have a separate voice and POV. A character seeks what he or she wants but ends up getting what they really need. Don't get bogged down in the middle, keep moving forward and have a hook at the end of each scene or chapter so the reader wants to know what happens next.
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    • allauthor 17 daysAllauthor
    • What inspired you to start writing? How long have you been writing?
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      • michelo2000 17 days AuthorAuthor
      • My mind is always imagining scenes when I hear inspiring music and I'm very visual. As a photographer I was not going to be satisfied until I fulfilled my life's dream of putting the two together and produce a film. But I needed the story in writing instead of just ideas in my head. So I decided to write a screenplay based on the scenes in my head and discovered how characters magically appeared and I fell in love with them and that I could weave a good story. With the help of a good script consultant I was inspired to keep writing. This has been since 2005.
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