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My Books on Scriptwriting

What are the basic ingredients that make a great script, and a great film?

Story, story, story… and following the format standards.


With the average screenplay selling for $100,000 or more, every writer knows that movies are where the money is. In The Writer’s Guide to Selling Your Screenplay, I reveal everything today’s aspiring screenwriter needs to know about selling a movie script to Hollywood, cable TV, or network television.

Readers will find proven, award-winning strategies for getting the right people to look at your work, marketing a “spec” script, making a splash at pitch meetings, and much more. Plus, they’ll discover what today’s top agents and producers look for in a script, the types of deals you can expect to make, as well as an appendix of agents who specialize in handling scriptwriters.

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