by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) It’s seldom discussed, but most writers must get a lot of bad writing out before any solid storytelling begins flowing from us. As we grow, we see our own development and tend to discard the stories we worked on earlier in our journey. While our writing style
Carson Reeves of ScriptShadow recently answered the question that aggravates every amateur screenwriter: Why do terrible scripts get bought and turned into terrible movies, but no one’s interested in my script? Carson responds, The answer to this question is extremely complicated, but I’m going to try and simplify it for
As writers, we’ve all asked it. Hal Croasmun of ScreenwritingU weighs in on this most frustrating of topics in the following article.