Carla J. Hanna
Carla J. Hanna is the author of award-winning young adult romance and coming of age fiction novels for readers who enjoyed Nicholas Sparks' A Walk to Remember, Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat, Pray, Love, Gayle Forman's If I Stay, or John Green's The Fault in Our Stars.
A former housewife of Santa Monica, California, Ms. Hanna shares an insider's perspective on Hollywood and celebrity influence in her multicultural novels. Mrs. Hanna urges her readers to take control of the messages about sexuality, youthfulness, and beauty coming from Hollywood and stand up for their own personal convictions rather than follow the social media herd.
LOVE. LIES. ACTING. THE STARLET SERIES.
Starlet's Man - Lights, Camera, and Lies. High school student athlete, Manny Biro, is caught between the boy he should be and the man he wants to become.
Starlet's Web – Love. Lies. Acting. Hollywood entangles talented teen actress in a web of lies.
Starlet's Run – Love. Intentions. Acting. In a world where an actress is a product and everyone is a critic, can young love survive? Should it?
Starlet's Light – Love. Trust. Acting. Young Hollywood actress is 'so done' with acting. She gives up the fight until she sees the light.
Starlet's End – Love. Justice. Living. The Hollywood elite are pointing fingers at those responsible for anti-aging drugs. Can justice be served? TBR 2015
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Smashwords book reviews by Carla J. Hanna
- Smashwords Style Guide
on Sep. 30, 2013
The guide was easy to follow but I still made mistakes. Thank you for explaining how to format the Word manuscript. If I followed it more carefully I would have succeeded on my first attempt.
Authors, give yourself a few hours of trail/error. I messed up on the copyright: be sure to say it is a Smashwords edition. I messed up on the TOC - using bookmarks confused me. I also published and then checked the pdf file - which looks AWFUL! So I unpublished to start over but the pdf still looks awful. Oh well. It's right for the meatgrinder.