LB: TVWriter University Christmas Season Update


This morning while pretending to care about the business side of TVWriter™ (in other words, our Not-So-Friendly Accountant was visiting), I discovered that the most visited post, article, story, and/or page on the site so far this year has been my attempt to de-scarify the storytelling process, AKA:

Writing the Dreaded Outline

Which in turn reminded me that I haven’t been doing even a half-assed job of being an interweb marketer recently because I haven’t been calling people’s attention to the less frequently visited basic writing guides we’ve got, including:

The Logline

The Leavebehind

The Outline/Story

The Teleplay

And that bit of business led me to the further realization that TVWriter™’s First – or as I like to think of it – Divine Purpose is to help as many TV and film writers learn as much as they can about our art and craft.

And that reminded me that – holy crap! – we still have not 1, not 2, but 3 count ’em 3, places open in the TVWriter™ Advanced Online Workshop that starts next week, on November 27th.

The class runs for 4 weeks, ending in plenty of time for Christmas shopping, and while its regular price is $140, our previously lmentioned Not-So-Friendly Accountant has authorized me to spread a little holiday cheer by slashing the price for this session.

If that sounds as good to you as it sounded dangerous but cool to the Accountant, give me a holler at my personal email addy & we’ll talk specific $$. (Actually it’s my publicly personal eMail addy, but close enough, right?)

Oh, and if you want more info before risking that particular and all-too-scary quasi-personal contact, check out the Advanced Workshop facts first.

Happy Beginning of the Christmas at al season!



Top TVWriter™ Posts for the Week Ending 12/21/12


Here they are, the most viewed TVWriter™ posts for the week ending Friday, December 21st:

Writing Gig Open – Applicant Must Be a Geek

Kathy reviews “APE: How To Publish A Book–Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur”

LB: Screener Report – 1

The One Film Every New TV Writer Must See

munchman: Network Bosses Discuss Their Genius

And our most viewed resource pages were:

Writing the Dreaded Outline


Student Central


The Leavebehind

Thanks for another great week, and don’t forget to read what you missed, re-read what you loved, and, most importantly, come back for more soon!