An invaluable new resource–a treasure chest of useful information–not only for new writers but also for seasoned veterans. – Professor Richard Walter, UCLA Screenwriting Faculty Chairman.
OK, maybe not the last book you’ll ever need, but if you are a screenwriter or play one on TV, this just may be the BEST book you’ll ever need, or read, on the subject of how to break into the big screen big time as a writer of tall tales.
Writing Dialogue for Scripts provides expert insight into how
dialogue works. It shows what to look out for in everyday speech, and
how to apply dialogue in scripts for dramatic effect. Writers learn, on
the whole by trial, error and practice, and this book will help guide
them on their journey.
Let’s face it – most of us who are toiling away at our laptops writing the next great screenplay aren’t paid writers…yet. So writing is as much a matter of finding time around our day jobs, families and picking up the dry cleaning as it is about great ideas.
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