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”

Creating the Pitch Deck for HOOD

About six weeks ago, I joined the ranks of Quivalon, a female-led, international creative collaboration that covers several different types of media. The primary focus is a gender-swapped Robin Hood retelling TV show set in a near-future dystopia where magic exists. As the production coordinator, I have my hands on many different aspects of theContinue reading “Creating the Pitch Deck for HOOD”

Help us Bring the Characters of HOOD to Life!

Being in this crazy screenwriting game is all about connections, and I was fortunate to find an amazing multimedia project through people I’ve met through social media. I am already learning so much about the non-writing side of creating a show! The entire HOOD project includes a book, podcasts, and eventually a TV show. RightContinue reading “Help us Bring the Characters of HOOD to Life!”

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”

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…

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…