• Writing a screenplay is different than writing a novel and there are things you should know if you want to go from on to the other.  In this episode screenwriter and novelist Annie Dahlgren talks about the format of screenplays, the industry of screenwriting in Hollywood, learning to b visual as a novelist, developing memorable…
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  • #54 Transitioning From Screenwriter to Novelist – Annie Dahlgren

    Writing a screenplay is different than writing a novel and there are things you should know if you want to go from on to the other.  In this episode screenwriter and novelist Annie Dahlgren talks about the format of screenplays, the industry of screenwriting in Hollywood, learning to b visual as a novelist, developing memorable…
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  • Author of the "Resistance" series Tracy Lawson discusses mentoring young writers, co-writing with a partner, making writing fun, writing killer dialogue, traditional publishing vs self-publishing, writing visually, Partnering with a writer in order to keep you on task, writing with realism even in Science Fiction, writing for a Young Adult audience, shopping a manuscript successfully.…
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  • #53 Writing With Realism for Sci-Fi and Young Adult – Tracy Lawson

    Author of the "Resistance" series Tracy Lawson discusses mentoring young writers, co-writing with a partner, making writing fun, writing killer dialogue, traditional publishing vs self-publishing, writing visually, Partnering with a writer in order to keep you on task, writing with realism even in Science Fiction, writing for a Young Adult audience, shopping a manuscript successfully.…
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  • Are you having problems creating characters with individual voices?  In this episode author Mariana Williams discusses finding characters that are real, Long Beach Storytellers competition, packaging your self-published book, creating events to sell books, audiobooks and the market, writing the first line of your book, why you should write the hardest scene first and writer's…
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  • Are you having problems creating characters with individual voices?  In this episode author Mariana Williams discusses finding characters that are real, Long Beach Storytellers competition, packaging your self-published book, creating events to sell books, audiobooks and the market, writing the first line of your book, why you should write the hardest scene first and writer's…
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  • #52 Finding Characters That Are Real – Mariana Williams

    Are you having problems creating characters with individual voices?  In this episode author Mariana Williams discusses finding characters that are real, Long Beach Storytellers competition, packaging your self-published book, creating events to sell books, audiobooks and the market, writing the first line of your book, why you should write the hardest scene first and writer's…
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  • #52 Finding Characters That Are Real – Mariana Williams

    Are you having problems creating characters with individual voices?  In this episode author Mariana Williams discusses finding characters that are real, Long Beach Storytellers competition, packaging your self-published book, creating events to sell books, audiobooks and the market, writing the first line of your book, why you should write the hardest scene first and writer's…
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  • Are you having problems creating characters with individual voices?  In this episode author Marianna Williams discusses finding characters that are real, Long Beach Storytellers competition, packaging your self-published book, creating events to sell books, audiobooks and the market, writing the first line of your book, why you should write the hardest scene first and writer's…
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