No Rest for the Wicked is a Semifinalist in the InRoads Fellowship!

Huzzah! My first pilot got itself another placement, Semifinalist in the InRoads Fellowship by Filmmatic. Though I’ve been submitting this one since I started this screenwriting journey in 2020, I’ve continued to tweak it. This included a revision at the end of 2021 where I trimmed out 5 pages and gave it a new ending.Continue reading “No Rest for the Wicked is a Semifinalist in the InRoads Fellowship!”

No Rest for the Wicked is a Quarterfinalist in TSL’s Free Screenplay Competition!

My, it’s been a great week for my female-led pilots. First Curio went 4/4 on placing in competitions on Wednesday, and now my first pilot is also advancing in another competition. Because this TSL competition is free, they had nearly 10,000 submissions, and the quarterfinalist cut is about 1000 scripts, so I’m roughly in theContinue reading “No Rest for the Wicked is a Quarterfinalist in TSL’s Free Screenplay Competition!”

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…”

I’m a Quarterfinalist for the 2021 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship

After No Rest for the Wicked did so well in the 2021 ScreenCraft Pilot Competition, I decided to submit it to a few other contests as well. Most of them will have their first round results posted in June/July, but this big, juicy fellowship just announced the quarterfinalist list… and I’m on it! You canContinue reading “I’m a Quarterfinalist for the 2021 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship”

Writing my First (and hopefully not last!) TV Series Bible

Originally posted on Phoebe Darqueling:
With all the other stuff going on and interviews to post, I totally forgot to post about my progress in the pilot competition. On Dec 9, I found out that I was one of just 50 finalists overall in the competition, which started with about 4800 entries. Woohoo!!! So now…