• Script-writer for Barney Miller, Dallas, In the Heat of the Night and many, many others Bill Taub discusses creating strong character traits, specific exercises for developing your scripts, surprising yourself with your own writing, creating a web series and his book Automatic Pilot (writing a TV pilot has never been so easy).   For more…
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  • #23 The Secrets of Episodic Writing and Unique Characters – Bill Taub

    Script-writer for Barney Miller, Dallas, In the Heat of the Night and many, many others Bill Taub discusses creating strong character traits, specific exercises for developing your scripts, surprising yourself with your own writing, creating a web series and his book Automatic Pilot (writing a TV pilot has never been so easy).   For more…
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  • Should you self-publish or go the traditional route? How does E-publishing work and how much money can you make?  Is it necessary to create an audio version of your new book?  In this episode author Christiana Miller and Voice Over artist Dan Warren answer these very prevalent questions and many more.   For past shows…
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  • #22 The Power of E-Publishing & Audio-books – Christiana Miller & Dan Woren

    Should you self-publish or go the traditional route? How does E-publishing work and how much money can you make?  Is it necessary to create an audio version of your new book?  In this episode author Christiana Miller and Voice Over artist Dan Woren answer these questions and many more. Click For More About Christiana Miller.…
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  • Hollywood is changing and so the way writers and film-makers access the industry must change as well.  Enter the short form web series and crowdfunding, two essential parts of a hopeful writer/director/producer’s arsenal.  In this episode the creators of the hilarious web series “Herman the Monkey” come on to discuss collaborating and story arc as…
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  • #21 Web series and Crowdfunding, the new Hollywood – Creators of Herman the Monkey

    Hollywood is changing and so the way writers and film-makers access the industry must change as well.  Enter the short form web series and crowdfunding, two essential parts of a hopeful writer/director/producer’s arsenal.  In this episode the creators of the hilarious web series “Herman the Monkey” come on to discuss collaborating and story arc as…
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  • Leslie Ann Moore is the VP of the Greater Los Angeles Writers Society and has discovered a very unique way to sell her books in person.  In this episode she reveals her secret techniques for working events, talks about GLAWS and the value of mentoring and networking and discusses creating characters that are real to…
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  • #20 A Unique Technique For Writing and Selling Your Books – Leslie Ann Moore

    Leslie Ann Moore is the VP of the Greater Los Angeles Writers Society and has discovered a very unique way to sell her books in person.  In this episode she reveals her secret techniques for working events, talks about GLAWS and the value of mentoring and networking and discusses creating characters that are real to…
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  • Author, screenplay writer and script doctor tells his compelling true life story of his time in Las Vegas working in the middle of a casino scam for a NJ mob family.  In this episode Jon gives us the backstory of the book/screenplay for “The Boss Always Sits in the Back”.  He also talks about his…
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  • #19 How To Write and Promote A True Mob Story That Sells Part 2 – Jon D’Amore

    Author, screenplay writer and script doctor tells his compelling true life story of his time in Las Vegas working in the middle of a casino scam for a NJ mob family.  In this episode Jon gives us the backstory of the book/screenplay for “The Boss Always Sits in the Back”.  He also talks about his…
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