My friends and family know all too well: I love any opportunity to reflect and introspect. After all, many many moons ago, one of my friends came to see me in a whole new light once she declared that thinking was my vice. And what better opportunity is there for… read more →
On October 20, 2022, I will be celebrating 10 years since I officially launched my coaching business. In some ways, it feels like forever ago. After all, this business has changed not only me, but my entire life and the life of my family. It brought so many new, remarkable… read more →
There’s now shortage of information out there about how to write a screenplay. But once your screenplay or pilot is done… what should you do next?
What’s happening in the industry? I break down all the screenwriting-relevant industry news in the my latest industry update!
Beyond writing a great screenplay or pilot & developing your body of work, how do you show up as a future screenwriting professional?
On most things, I find that there is wiggle room when it comes to screenwriting, breaking in and building a screenwriting or TV writing career. We break things down into two options: What’s probable (and by that, I mean difficult but achievable) and what’s possible (highly, highly unlikely but… you… read more →
Your screenwriting pedigree is incredibly important for standing out in a crowded space. Fortunately, there is more than one way to build it!
While I do hate being the bearer of bad news, it is important to know which screenwriting developments constitute significant steps forward in the construction of your screenwriting career and which, regretfully, do not.
After years in the military and in finance, screenwriter Chandus Jackson came to Los Angeles in pursuit of a screenwriting career. Taking many turns, and generating endless close calls, Chandus finally landed his first writing assignment in 2020, and got staffed in 2021! Check out my breaking in interview with him to see how he did it.
You hear it said to screenwriters and TV writers all the time: Write what you know. But what does this directive actually mean? I break it down in my latest screenwriting blog post.