Karen adapted her time-travel adventure screenplay The Incredibly Awesome Adventures of Puggie Liddell, which was written during her time as a Writers Boot Camp Fellow, into a middle grade read and graphic novel which are slated to be published by Zeta Comics. Another project is adapting her romantic comedy screenplay Twyla's Last Trip into a "fast beach read" for adults.
The interview is separated into two sections in order to ask Karen about both adaptation processes:
Q: What were the most significant changes you had to make?
Q: In writing the "beach read" novel, did you have to change the tone of the screenplay in any way?
Q: Did you have to add extra plot points or any additional characters in order to fill the length of a novel?
Q: Is your intended audience the same or different for the screenplay and the novel?