Riftmaker is a Quarterfinalist!

Woot! I haven’t had any good news to share like this since March, so feeling grateful, happy, and relieved to get this recognition for Riftmaker. This is my second pilot and the first time it’s competed. For this competition, ScreenCraft received around 2000 submissions, so the quarterfinalists are the top 500-ish. I did also enterContinue reading “Riftmaker is a Quarterfinalist!”

One Year Down: What I’ve Accomplished So Far as an Aspiring Screenwriter

I don’t think anyone would be surprised to hear that spring 2020 was not a great time for me because it wasn’t a great time for pretty much anyone. I’d started my fourth novel in January, but by March I had completely lost interest in it. I wasn’t writing anything, just editing and continuing withContinue reading “One Year Down: What I’ve Accomplished So Far as an Aspiring Screenwriter”

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…