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Take a journey into the disjointed world of Betts Keating as she tells her story from the set of her Movie Memoir Screenplay Novel. From the height of her sensational arrival in New York City to her painful fall into a grief-induced darkness, Betts weaves an unexpected narrative of humor and tragedy worthy of any memoir. Both funny and dark this story covers a multitude of Take a journey into the disjointed world of Betts Keating as she tells her story from the set of her Movie Memoir Screenplay Novel. From the height of her sensational arrival in New York City to her painful fall into a grief-induced darkness, Betts weaves an unexpected narrative of humor and tragedy worthy of any memoir. Both funny and dark this story covers a multitude of topics: debilitating injuries… relocation adventures… the reluctant embrace of all things domestic... financial distress... bug infestations… a crisis of faith… a child with a major medical condition… and tiny pink bathrooms… to name a few. Grab your popcorn, find a comfortable chair and get ready to read/watch the story unfold.


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Take a journey into the disjointed world of Betts Keating as she tells her story from the set of her Movie Memoir Screenplay Novel. From the height of her sensational arrival in New York City to her painful fall into a grief-induced darkness, Betts weaves an unexpected narrative of humor and tragedy worthy of any memoir. Both funny and dark this story covers a multitude of Take a journey into the disjointed world of Betts Keating as she tells her story from the set of her Movie Memoir Screenplay Novel. From the height of her sensational arrival in New York City to her painful fall into a grief-induced darkness, Betts weaves an unexpected narrative of humor and tragedy worthy of any memoir. Both funny and dark this story covers a multitude of topics: debilitating injuries… relocation adventures… the reluctant embrace of all things domestic... financial distress... bug infestations… a crisis of faith… a child with a major medical condition… and tiny pink bathrooms… to name a few. Grab your popcorn, find a comfortable chair and get ready to read/watch the story unfold.

31 review for My Movie Memoir Screenplay Novel (and other disjointed storytelling techniques): A story of motherhood, injury, stressful relocations, money troubles, grief and faith.

  1. 5 out of 5

    Darryle Owens

    Written in a unique, deeply personal way, Betts Keating gives voice and legitimacy to the real struggles of those dealing with grief and depression. Sometimes "just keep swimming" doesn't work. Written in a unique, deeply personal way, Betts Keating gives voice and legitimacy to the real struggles of those dealing with grief and depression. Sometimes "just keep swimming" doesn't work.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Henderson

    Amazing personal experiences shared by the author. At times I gasped, at times I cried. What a powerful story!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Whitney Noonan casstevens

    Love the way the author was real about such a hard stage of her life. The way she takes you to the movie screen is so creative and fun!!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Fowler

    Loved this book. Such an inspiring read. I look forward to reading more from Betts Keating!

  5. 4 out of 5

    J.J. Calloway

    An emotional roller coaster ride from the beginning to end. It's a story of love and courage.....and a bit of stubbornness. An emotional roller coaster ride from the beginning to end. It's a story of love and courage.....and a bit of stubbornness.

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