Background[ edit ] Switched was first self-published as an eBook by author Amanda Hocking in early , and was published in paperback by St. At the party, she expresses contempt at the gifts of fragile porcelain dolls and throws a tantrum after being presented with a chocolate birthday cake, which she does not like. Eleven years later, Wendy is living with her brother and her aunt Maggie, who assumed guardianship after her mother was placed in a mental institution. After difficulties at previous schools, Wendy had just transferred to a new high school when she meets Finn, another new student, who asks her to a school dance. At the dance, Finn makes some rude comments to Wendy which angers her, and prompts her to want to leave.
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Things in development got very close a few times, and Terri tried to very hard to get things going, but unfortunately, the film industry can be very finicky. Which is still a good thing for fans of well made young adult books and movies. What all this means is that for the foreseeable future, I do not see any of my books being adapted for film. Tell all your friends about them.
The better the books sell, the more likely the possibility of someone buying the rights for a movie in the future. Thank you for all your support and interest. Previous Updates Below This is a question I get asked a lot, so I decided that it needs to get its own page.
As a fan of her movie, I was especially excited about her working on it. She contacted Media Rights Capital , and they bought the rights to all three books in the trilogy. Here is the article in the NY Times talking about the deal: here.
That is about all I know. I sold the rights to other people who are in charge of things. As in I have no control over it at all from this point on. That was absolutely my choice. When it comes to the film version, I want to be as hands of as possible. Hollywood is very finicky, so at any moment, the movie could go into production, or it could set dead on the shelves for another ten years.
It may get made very soon, or it may never get made.
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