5 Screenwriting Books To Read Before Starting Your Second Screenplay
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Screenwriting Updated: New (And Conventional) Ways Of Writing For The Screen
An in depth look at new screenwriting trends and the benefits of taking chances creatively.
Advanced Screenwriting: Taking Your Writing to the Academy Award Level
By Linda Seger
If your looking for tips on how to refine and hone your story, look no further than Linda Seger’s book.
Crafty Screenwriting: Writing Movies That Get Made
By Alex Epstein
A fantastic and useful book that’s “smart enough for professional screenwriters and accessible enough for aspiring screenwriters”. It’s full of great advice to help take your screenwriting to the next level.
Power Screenwriting: The 12 Stages Of Story Development
If you’re having difficulty cracking your story. I highly recommend Power Screenwriting. It will help you step back and see the problems in your story clearly.
Alone In A Room
This book defines what it takes to be a writer but also focuses on the distractions. This book is both a reality check and an inspirational resource simplifying the craft to it’s roots. Story & Imagination.
TAKE YOUR SCREENWRITING TO THE NEXT LEVEL!
There are hundreds of books out there that will help you learn more about screenwriting. At the end of the day, there is no definitive formula for success. All that matters is the words on the page. If you care about your story enough, you’ll find a way to make readers care too.