8 BEST NON-SCREENWRITING BOOKS THAT WILL HELP YOU BECOME A SCREENWRITER. | Script Reader Pro

best non-screenwriting books

Our buds at ScriptReadPro.Com have come up with a whole new angle for aspiring screenwriters.

We don’t want to give it away completely, so let’s just say that if you’re the kind of writer who likes to think outside the box, this article’s for y’all. read article

Overcoming Showbiz Obstacles

A couple of weeks ago, stage32.com, one of the finest websites about getting started in the entertainment industry you’ll ever see, posted some of the most important videos you’ll ever see on YouTube if you’re an ambitious showbiz aspirant. Don’t just go, “Oh, wow!,” click and watch, friends. For your own good and that of the audience you’re trying to get as well.

The whole kit & kaboodle, complete with editorial commentary, is (are?) HERE

munchman: Hey Noobs! Here’s Whatcha Do to Sell a Screenplay!

Bang2Write has all the basic moves for selling your screenplay racheer. Although yer friendly neighborhood munchalorian is thinking that the one they make #3 might actually be about 60 or maybe 600 times as important as the rest of ’em.

Just sayin’. read article

‘Legally Blonde’ Oral History: From Raunchy Script to Feminist Classic…

Here at TVWriter™ we’re not afraid to say that one-half of the writing team that labored over this cultural revolution of a screenplay was one of Larry Brody’s first students way back when he was teaching TV and film writing at The College of Santa Fe, in Santa Fe, NM.

In fact, we’re proud to point that out. Wonder why the NYTimes, where this article first appeared last week, left that intriguing factoid out. Oh well.

Hi, Karen McCullah! Good job! Whatcha up to these days? (That’s a joke, people. Check out Karen’s career HERE.) read article

10 Screenwriting Tips from Jon Favreau

How ya gonna go wrong watching and listening to a dude who helped create the MCU version of Ironman, TV’s Mandalorian, and – oh yeah – the Marvel Cinematic Universe its very self?

This and more await at Outstanding Screenplays YouTube channel