I have spent the last few years honing my craft in Scriptwriting while simultaneously writing in traditional book format. I used to think the difference between the two styles wasn't too different beyond structure and how dialogue is brought into play. I didn't spend much time in a Film course from 2013-2015 to realise that … Continue reading Finding Comfort in Scriptwriting
In the modern era, the formatting style used for novels and short stories remains as one of the most popular styles to be used by writers, big and small. Unless you’re living the Hollywood lifestyle day-in and day-out, Scriptwriting is an undervalued practice, yet a more efficient one than anyone dares to realise. It just … Continue reading Helpful Scriptwriting Tips
To be a writer, all you need to do is write. To be a good writer, all you need to do is learn about cohesive storytelling. And to be a great writer, all you need to do is write as you learn. From blogs to Ebooks, there are plenty of different ways for a writer … Continue reading Why You Should Take Advantage Of Writing Competitions
As the world of film and areas alike continue to change coming into 2019, so have certain resources, particularly those to do with writing. A lot of what one can learn about many different forms of writing can be found outlined by online articles and YouTube videos by both semi-experienced writers and professionals. This begs … Continue reading Are Writing Seminars Still Necessary?
After going through what makes great writing and examples of bad writing, a new thought formed – what about the writing in-between all of this? Why do end-results end up here? This state of controversy can be a tricky area as most critics are solely focused on wanting a story to appear ground-breaking, while plenty … Continue reading Not Great, Yet Not Terrible – The In-between State