Stephanie Bourbon: Legally Blonde-the perfect romantic comedy

LB’S NOTE: One of our fave TV writers-illustrators-screenwriters-vloggers, Stephanie Bourbon, demonstrates her amazing perspicacity by writing about a script co-written by Karen McCullah & Kirsten Smith.

I use the word “Perspicacity” without hesitation because way back in the early 1990s, Karen was one of my original TV & Screenwriting Workshop members when I conducted them at The College of Santa Fe. She had that very special something that inspired me to recommend her to my late friend, producer-director  Paul Junger Witt, who hired her for her first professional TV writing gig in the mid-’90s.

OMG! I’m so old! read article

The difference between children’s and adult books

Nathan Bransford, TVWriter™’s favorite publishing know-it-all, gives us advice that most writers desperately need. This time around he talks about age, and, no, we don’t mean ageism. Start reading and you’ll see what we mean.

by Nathan Bransford

Authors often get into trouble when they’re writing books for children or adults and end up blending the two in an awkward way. I’m here to clear up confusion around the differences between children’s books and adult books. read article

Larry Brody’s TV Writing Tips & Tricks #24 – How Not To Sell Your Script No Matter How Good It Is.

by Larry Brody

Looking for more detailed info on TV Writing? Then this is for you!

Last week I wrote about how to NOT write a good script. Today I’m taking the next step. Here it is, my take on:


Formal vs. Informal Writing & What You/We Need to Know

Grammarcheck.Net and Jennifer Frost bring us another helpful infographic to make our writing better. This time around it’s all about the difference between writing “formally” and writing “informally.”

Yes, there is a difference. And that difference definitely matters

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How to Elevate Your Script by Elevating Its Emotion (With Movie Examples) | Script Reader Pro

Our pals at Sctiptreaderpro.Com have an important video about writing and feeling and bringing so much more to the page (and the screen)!

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