A “behind-the-scenes” look at Hollywood through the eyes and pens of 48 top screenwriters
Doing It For Money
The Agony and Ecstasy of Writing and Surviving in Hollywood
Ah, the life of a successful screenwriter…
Sitting in your Malibu beach house finishing the script that will bring in the next million dollar check… Doing lunch at The Ivy… Hollywood party-hopping where you’re the idol of stars, movie execs and paparazzi…
Not if you’re “Doing It for Money.”
In the 1960s, Price Stern Sloan published what was probably the first coloring book for adults as well as kids. Designs to Color was created by Betty Schaffner who believed that people of all ages had an innate imagination and artistic talent that conventional coloring books failed to spark and nurture. Her varied line drawings, sometimes abstract and sometimes recognizable - flowers, faces, animals - will lead any "color-er" into winding paths and jungles of form and into their own worlds of imagination.