Whether it was the plot-twisting novel or the edge-of-your-seat film, “Gone Girl” got America talking.
Award-winning novelist Gillian Flynn, author of the New York Times Bestseller “Gone Girl” and suspense thrillers “Dark Places” and “Sharp Objects,” was the featured keynote speaker at the John Cooper School’s annual Signatures Author Series event.
“Always keep writing,” Flynn advised. “Every first draft is awful—it’s supposed to be.”
According to John Cooper School Director of Marketing and Communications Deb Spiess, in order to make an event like this happen with such a well known author, “The stars have to align.” click here for complete story