Woke up to Something Cool on my Coverfly Dashboard…

I am a little compulsive about visiting my Coverfly page even when I’m not awaiting the results of the next round of a competition. (I’ll find out about the semis for the ScreenCraft Fellowship next week, though. Eeeee!) When I went there today, I found a whole new homepage for No Rest for the Wicked.Continue reading “Woke up to Something Cool on my Coverfly Dashboard…”

LitCon 2021 – Adapting Your Novel for TV and Film Panel Discussion

During the first weekend of March, I was the host for two panels about screenwriting for LitCon 2021. The first was a Q&A session, and for the afternoon we focused specifically on the process of adapting a novel or short story for the screen. A big thank you to Joe Compton, L. Marie Wood, andContinue reading “LitCon 2021 – Adapting Your Novel for TV and Film Panel Discussion”

LitCon 2021 – Screenwriting Q&A

During the first weekend in March, I hosted a pair of screenwriting panels for LitCon 2021. For our first one, authors participating in the online book convention were given the opportunity to send in their questions to the panel in advance, and I got to pick their brains myself. A big thank you to JoeContinue reading “LitCon 2021 – Screenwriting Q&A”

Creating My Own Screenwriting Boot Camp: MasterClass Courses

Originally posted on Phoebe Darqueling:
There are a few online degrees and intensive workshops for aspiring screenwriters out there. But, frankly, I’ve been a self-directed and motivated student of storytelling already for six years. It just doesn’t seem like it is worth the cost wade through the basics again. However, there is certainly more to…