Walden Media has picked up the film option for I'd Tell You I'd Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You by Ally Carter.
Now, just because a company has an option doesn't mean that the film is being made. There are a bazillion books that have been optioned and nothing happens.
Here's what I was thinking. Walden Media is one of the few film production companies that I regularly see at ALA. When you're at the ALA Conference in DC (in between the YALSA events and dancing with Mitali) -- go by Walden Media and let them know how excited you are about them having Love You, Kill You. It can't hurt, right? And it would let them know that the target audience (OK, me!) is very interested in this book becoming a film.
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