Attention: Movie Producers

I feel I'm somewhat of an expert about Christmas movies -- that's a nice way of saying I'm addicted to the often schmaltzy movies that dominate the small screen at this time of year. My DVR is set for every Hallmark channel offering.

After viewing so many Christmas movies for several years, I want to say: "Please option my Christmas romance Nobody's Cinderella for a holiday movie."

I hate to brag, but I'm convinced my romantic comedy Nobody's Cinderella would be a perfect holiday movie because it's funny and sexy and involves a man who may, or may not, be Santa. Oh, and there's that whole wish on a Christmas star -- but be careful what you wish for -- theme.

So, anyone who knows a movie producer looking for a great book to adapt for next year's holiday season, take a look at Nobody's Cinderella by Joan Reeves.

Takeaway Truth

Have your people call my people, and we'll do lunch.


  1. Joan,

    I feel like this too. I have several books that would make movies, but for Christmas, there is Lifetime which has new Christmas movies every year. Most of them are variations of the traditional movies or themes. If you can put a good twist on a movie or plot and get it to the right person (no small feat), it might make it.

  2. Yes, the problem is always getting it to that right person. *sigh*