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About the Author: D.B. Gilles

D.B. Gilles's began 2015 with the publication of his first Young Adult novel THE DOG THAT ATE PARIS, about a Paris-based talking dog, food critic and bon vivant! Sticking with his Paris theme, in 2014 he published PARIS TIME, a Paris time-travel novel set in Paris in 1889. Last year he came out with WRITERS REHAB: A 12-STEP PROGRAM FOR WRITERS WHO CAN'T GET THEIR ACTS TOGETHER (from Michael Weise Publishing) which is a departure for him. Unlike his previous books, which tell people who to write a screenplay and go to Film School on their own, WRITERS REHAB gets into the nitty gritty of every writer: "Why aren't you writing?" and "What can you do to get started again?"

In 2012 DB entered the world of e-books. In August, I HATE MY BOOK CLUB, debuted: a comic novel about an all-female book club with membership problems that reluctantly decides to allow men to join. In March, his suspense/thriller COLDER THAN DEATH appeared: a small town funeral director helps a teenage girl solve a murder that leads him to the realization that a serial killer has been feeding on local women for 25 years.

In 2011 he had 2 books published: YOU'RE FUNNY! TURN YOUR SENSE OF HUMOR INTO A LUCRATIVE NEW CAREER and THE SCREENWRITER WITHIN: NEW STRATEGIES TO FINISH YOUR SCREENPLAY & GET A DEAL (the 2nd edition of THE SCREENWRITER WITHIN published in 2000 by Random House).

THE PORTABLE FILM SCHOOL, published in 2005 by St. Martin's Press, continues to be a popular book with young filmmakers unable to go to film school.

D.B. Gilles is also one of the most in-demand Script Consultants and Writing Coaches in the United States. He is on the faculty of the Undergraduate Film & Television Department at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts where he teaches screenwriting, television writing and comedy writing.

He has also taught in the Graduate Film Department at Columbia University, The Department of Dramatic Writing and The Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University. He is a produced and published playwright, screenwriter and television writer.

Also a playwright, 2012 saw the New York production of his play INADMISSIBLE produced at The Canal Park Playhouse which also produced as their premier production in 2010 his play SPARKLING OBJECT. Four of his plays are published by Dramatists Play Service: Men's Singles, The Legendary Stardust Boys, Cash Flow and The Girl Who Loved The Beatles, a One Act two-character play that has become a standard audition piece for actors.

He wrote the screen adaptation of Spinning Into Butter which starred Sarah Jessica Parker. He has worked in television creating two pilots for CBS: The Late Bloomer and Man of the House. He has also written episodes for Herman's Head (FOX) and My Kind of Town (FOX).

He welcomes Followers on his screenwriting blog: WRITER'S REHAB: FOR WRITERS WHO CAN'T GET THEIR ACTS TOGETHER

He is a member of The Writers Guild of America and The Dramatists Guild.

You can contact him by Googling Writers Rehab or directly at dbgillescript@gmail.com

Twitter: @dbgilles

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Paperback, Published in May 2011 by Michael Wiese Productions

ISBN10: 1932907955 | ISBN13: 9781932907957

Page count: 200

You’re Funny! is the next best thing to being in a comedy writing class. It covers the different ways to earn a living as a comedy writer, including writing sitcoms, jokes for late night talk shows, parody, stand up, and screenwriting.

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