Harriet seems to be gob smacked with Hollywood and celebrities like most people toiling away in Georgia. Thus, when she knows the author is a screen writer she invariably says that what has been written should be produced. She has an affaire de plume with Lee Goldberg that you can understand more fully only by reading her 10 reviews of his books. At the end of the one book that has not been filmed (the rest are adaptations of TV shows), our Queen writes
"The Walk is an exciting action packed thriller that would make a fantastic movie because it focuses on the protagonist who undergoes a metamorphosis from an uncaring selfish man to a heroic figure. The trials and tribulations he undergoes allows the real Marty Slack to shine as he proves he is no slacker. Lee Goldberg always entertains his audience with a gripping drama and The Walk is certainly that."
Another book, Debatable Space, perhaps the worst piece of trash I have ever had the misfortune to read, and which gave me my introduction to Her Highness, was also penned by a screenwriter. So Harriet stroked him by observing
"Philip Palmer writes a terrific space opera and DEBATABLE SPACE would make a great marquee movie in the tradition of Star Wars. Alien races co-exist with humanity and the aliens are major characters so readers feel as if they actually exist. Readers ride an orbital roller coaster that takes us to various planets in the galaxy, making the audience realize how enslaved the human race is if they don't live on Earth."
If the writer is a screenwriter Harriet will probably nominate his book for celluloid (or videotape).