Write a Screenplay Every 60 Days

Write a Screenplay Every 60 Days : From Concept to Production

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From Concept to Production, Write a Screenplay Every 60 Days! Guaranteed! Write a Screenplay Every 60 Days is your ultimate guide through the entire process - from concept to production. In this book, you will learn: - Why screenwriting is more than just crafting words. It's a way of life! - How to take a concept and craft it into a sellable screenplay in just 60 days, every single time! - How to properly edit your own screenplay. People say it can't be done but it can if you follow the instructions outlined in this book. - The layout used by the experts to produce award winning stories. - Formatting mistakes that get so many screenplays tossed in the trash. More importantly, how to avoid these common mistakes. -How to write the perfect query letter. I'll let you in on one of the biggest tips in the industry right now for free. The foundation of a successful writing career is to actually write! Yet, 99% of those who have a story to tell will never take the time to actually sit down and write it. Imagine if you write a screenplay every 60 days. You will produce 6 well-polished screenplays every single year! Within 5 years, you will have written 30 screenplays. That's insane! What are you waiting for? Buy this book today and unlock the secrets to writing an awesome script every 60 days.
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  • Paperback | 148 pages
  • 139.7 x 215.9 x 8.38mm | 244.94g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507843364
  • 9781507843369

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