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Jonathan Harris (www.ScriptDoctorJonHarris.com) fixes screenplays, converts books to screenplays, converts screenplays to books, and ghostwrite books and screenplays swiftly under work-for-hire agreements that give the customer the copyright on his work. If you don’t write swiftly or well, don’t have time to write a screenplay or book, or have a screenplay that just can’t seem to get the good coverage it needs to get produced, you will find this an interesting interview. It cover process, costs, and copyright issues. If you enjoy this interview, you’ll enjoy all the information posted at www.NancyFultonMeetups.com. We do online and face-to-face events for writers, actors, and filmmakers every month.