This is when the truth comes out. It may not be pretty or perfect, but it always feels right. You can schedule to write from 9 - 5, Monday through Friday. You can create the most perfect outline, and fill it in piece by piece. These things work, but when true inspiration takes over, and … Continue reading Quote of the Day – Walt Whitman
Aristotle was a wise man. It may be a good idea to take critiques seriously. You never know, someone's critique may be just the thing your story needs. Here's some great tips on how to take criticism as a writer: Writer's Digest: 4 Ways to Take Criticism Like a Pro
I agree with Stephen. It's important to read for several reasons. It increases your vocabulary, allowing you to use the proper words for the story you want to tell. It expands what you know about the world around you, opening your mind up to new possibilities. It also allows you to question the world … Continue reading Quote of the Day – Stephen King
"This is how you do a good pitch: Remember when you were at that party and you asked someone if they had seen Game of Thrones because it’s your favorite show? And they said, 'No I’ve never seen Game Of Thrones,' and you proceeded to tell them why they should watch it? That’s a good … Continue reading DAN HARMON TELLS YOU HOW TO PITCH A TV SHOW
Here's some great advice & stories from actor, filmmaker Robert Downey Sr. Also, at around 1:45, he explains what makes his son (Robert Downey Jr.) immediately put down a script.
One of the best things an aspiring screenwriter can do is critically read scripts. It's also fun to see what your favorite movies looked like on the page, or in earlier drafts. So whether you read them for entertainment or educational purposes, here are a few resources that offer tons of TV & Film screenplays. 1. The Drexel … Continue reading Tons & Tons of Scripts