Steven E. Browne self-published one of the first books on computerized video editing. “The Post-Production Primer” was quickly adopted by several well-known universities.
Browne revised “The Post-Production Primer” for the technical publisher Focal Press. “Video Editing” continued its original success being the primary text for many more university and commercial post-production classes. Browne wrote several additional books for Focal Press. “Video Editing” went through four full editions in its fifteen years of publication.
Browne's sci-fi novel, “Protecting the Source” received an enthusiastic review from the American Library Journal. The book sold out its initial print run and was pitched to several movie studios.
His second novel, “Holly Would, But Stacy Won’t,” is a quirky love story about a cynical novelist being ensnared by a couple of female movie producers with murder on their minds.
Steven E. Browne is no stranger to publishing. He has self-published using offset printing, perfect bound, spiral bound, print-on-demand, and eBook. He lives in the Pasadena, California area and writes every day.
A practical guide to planning your novel through a series of fill-in-the-blank questions, deadlines and schedules that can help a dedicated writer plot their story with enough conflict and interesting characters to finish a professional-quality, publishable book.
This is not a get-rich-on-your-lunch-hour book. For serious writers only.
"You can't write a book by just sitting down and writing"