• After seven months the course I’ve been doing on a daily basis since April is coming to an end. Only it’s not really the end because now I intend to re-write the script so that it reaches a necessary standard for me to submit it to producers and/or enter in to competitions. This is the Pro Series course run by Hal Croasman at ScreenwritingU: www.screenwritingu.com Just because this course suited me, it isn’t for everyone.

    ‘Jaws in Space’ is the latest book from Charles Harris. This is what Charles has to say about it: “Pitching is the great accelerator. The ability to pitch well will accelerate almost every aspect of your career. It will help you sell your scripts, of course. (And not just scripts, but also novels, plays, etc).

    But it will also help you write better in the first place. Almost everyone who comes to my workshops with a finished screenplay finds themselves rewriting it afterwards, because a good pitch helps you see the story more clearly, focus more effectively on themes, develop stronger characters, even improve your dialogue and style.

    Now, after a year's hard work, I've managed to put much of what I teach into a book. It also has a great deal of new material. If you already have my Teach Yourself: Complete Screenwriting Course - Jaws builds on the premise and pitching chapters but has room to go much deeper.

    I’ve known Charles for years and can vouch for his knowledge of screenwriting and the filmmaking industry.

    Keep on writing.

Accidental Writer

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