LOS ANGELES, CA ─ (November 16, 2012/Screenwriter’s Press) ─ It’s been a few years since the true-life story “Eat, Pray, Love” graced the bookstore shelves with the adventurous tales of Elizabeth Gilbert as she journeyed towards self-discovery and a new life. With the success of such true-life tales, the entertainment industry is seeing a surge in true-life stories and for good reason: True-life stories sell big, and some even bigger than big.
True-life stories about regular people connect more with the general audience because these are stories usually about people they can relate to. The staple of a successful true-life story is a tale highlighting the person’s struggles, success stories, achievements, mistakes, relationships, and pretty much anything else that stands out as remarkable. These stories are meant to give their audience a positive message that anything can be overcome.
With the release of “Your Life Story Could Be a Best Seller”, author London Tracy is encouraging writers to find that dynamic moment in their lives that could and would make an outstanding story. “If you think your life story is not worthy of telling, think again,” says author London Tracy. “You don’t have to be spectacular. You just need to find the story in your experience that resonates with the rest of the world.”What’s most amazing about this hot genre of stories is that it’s usually the non famous people’s stories that generate the most buzz.
Though some might disagree, ordinary people living extraordinary lives are many times over much more interesting, varied and offer many more lessons than the typical celebrity. London Tracy is an author, freelance writer and screenwriter. “Your Life Story Could Be a Best Seller” is published by Screenwriter’s Press and is available at Amazon.com.
Information Source: WEBWIRE