Sunday, November 20, 2022

#Scriptchat Transcript: Endings

 The only way to follow the great beginnings topic is to talk about endings. So ... here you are. Enjoy! @jeannevb

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Sunday, November 13, 2022

#Scriptchat Transcript: The First 10 Pages

Grabbing the reader is never easy. We shared advice on what is important in the first 5 pages as well as mistakes to avoid. Oh, and we also talked about staying on Twitter through the drama. Enjoy! @jeannevb

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Sunday, November 6, 2022

#Scriptchat Transcript: Balancing Writing and Life

It's rare to find a writer who hasn't struggled finding the right balance between living life, working, and finding time to write. We shared how we make time to create and what our struggles are. Hopefully, some tips will inspire. Enjoy! @jeannevb

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Sunday, October 30, 2022

#Scriptchat Transcript: Adapting a Screenplay Into a Novel

With National Novel Writing Month #NaNoWriMo just around the corner, we thought we'd ask screenwriters to join the challenge and try adapting one of their scripts into a novel. Tips as well as pros/cons included. Enjoy! @jeannevb

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Sunday, October 16, 2022

#Scriptchat Transcript: Open Topic - Writing Routines, Digital Notebooks and More!

Normally we don't get transcripts for open-topic nights, but this one had so much great advice, we had to share. Enjoy! @jeannevb

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Sunday, October 9, 2022

#Scriptchat Transcript: The Business Side of Screenwriting

We spend so much time writing (and talking about writing), but tonight, we talked about the business side of screenwriting. Lots of insights and tips. Have at it! @jeannevb

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Sunday, October 2, 2022

#Scriptchat Transcript: Online and Offline Networking Tips

Let's face it, writers are not always the most social of beings. But when you're trying to break into an industry that requires "relationships," you better get comfortable being uncomfortable. Some great advice on growing your network, especially if you're going to Austin Film Fest. So, read on and enjoy! @jeannevb

Read below or on the Wakelet site here.