In Conversation With… ‘The Art Of Us’ Author Teri Wilson (Hallmark Adaptation Airs Saturday!)

The only thing better than falling in love with a romance novel is getting to fall in love with its film adaptation, too.

This was the case for fans of Teri Wilson‘s novel “Unleashing Mr. Darcy,” when Hallmark turned it into an incredibly romantic and successful film last year.

Now, it seems like lightning’s striking once again. Hallmark Channel has adapted another one of Teri’s novels, “The Art of Us,” about a Boston art professor who convinces an unknown painter to help out with a big art gallery she’s set to curate. The movie airs this Saturday, May 20th, and stars fan-favorites Taylor Cole (My Summer Prince) and Steve Lund (Christmas Incorporated).

If The Art of Us is even half as good as Unleashing Mr. Darcy, then we’re all in for quite the treat. Here’s hoping Teri’s refreshing Rome romance, “Royally Roma,” is up next!

To help get you even more excited about this Hallmark Channel premiere, Millennial Hallmarker interviewed (via email) the very kind and sweet romance author behind it all, Teri Wilson.

Keep reading to find out Teri’s opinions on having novels adapted by Hallmark, thoughts on an Unleashing Mr. Darcy sequel, what it was like meeting Taylor Cole and Steve Lund, and so much more!

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In Conversation With… ‘A Dash Of Love’ Screenwriting Sisters Sandi & Judith Berg

A Dash of Love mixes up the restaurant romance recipe into a delicious Hallmark Channel “Countdown to Valentine’s Day” movie.

While most romance movies set in a restaurant tend to have two chefs, with different ways of cooking, thrown together and immediately at odds with one another until they begin to fall for each other towards the later half of the movie, this one is different. Nikki Turner (Jen Lilley) and Paul Dellucci (Brendan Penny) like each other from the beginning and spend the whole movie building on that, allowing the viewer to really see a romance blossom through the stages, which is a refreshing and loving take on the usual restaurant-themed romance.

To get the scoop on what it was like making this Valentine’s Day movie, Millennial Hallmarker interviewed (via email) two of the screenwriters behind the romance flick, sisters Sandi & Judith Berg.

Keep reading to find out what Sandi & Judith’s favorite scenes from A Dash of Love are, which Hallmark movie of theirs they’d like to make a sequel to, and what it’s like to be a part of the Hallmark family!

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