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2 Manuscripts in 1 Book, Including: How to Write a Screenplay and Story Structure!
How to Write a Screenplay: Step-by-Step | Essential Screenplay Format, Scriptwriter and Modern Screenplay Writing Tricks Any Writer Can Learn
Behind-the-Scenes Secrets to Publishing Screenplays
Whether you've got a completed script, or need help off the starting-blocks, getting a Screenplay formatted correctly to catch the eye of producers is no easy task. A little, professional advice goes a long way, and How to Write a Screenplay delivers large, for those with big screen aspirations!
Top Writing Tricks You Didn't Know - for TV & Film
When writing for the movies, TV, video or computer games, there are essential elements you must get right to show professional competence, and avoid looking like an amateur. Marsh not only provides the answers but presents them in an easy to understand way that can be read in under a day to bring game-changing results fast.
By explaining the best formatting requirements for each genre, Marsh unveils the blueprints that experts use for Feature film and Television dramas & sitcoms. She examines the best ways to edit-on-a-budget and the 6 Tips for Success that can turn your script into must-have property.
Story Structure: Step-by-Step | Essential Story Building, Story Development and Suspense Writing Tricks Any Writer Can Learn
Shape Your Story Like a Pro
If you have a phenomenal story to tell but find you can't quite make it flow or form in a natural, yet moving way, Story Structure will transform your approach to writing and make your novel a compelling and addictive read.
Crammed full of tricks and tips to help both beginner and advanced authors complete their books in an enticing way.
Get Your Acts Together!
Each chapter is dedicated to one aspect of story structures, and begins with a 9-Step Process to dividing up your tale; which includes:
STEP ONE: The First Act - Introducing characters & what is at stake
STEP TWO: The First Major Plot Point - How to leave readers wanting more
STEP FIVE: Second Half of the Second Act - The need to support the protagonist
STEP SEVEN: Third Act - Protagonist is forced to face the enemy before being ready
Marsh uses examples to drive home how developing a strong story structure is important to help maintain focus, enrich plot ideas and provide a bird's-eye view of whether your novel is working.
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